Paul Leyden was born on Dec 16, 1972 in Australia. Paul Leyden's big-screen debut came with Miss Monday directed by Benson Lee in 1998.
Paul Leyden is an Australian born actor/writer/director. He moved to New York in 2000 where he played the popular rogue 'Simon Frasier' on 'As the World Turns' for four years. He was cast alongside Heather Locklear and Blair Underwood in NBC's 'LAX' which saw Paul relocate to Los Angeles. It was here after he sold his first screenplay to Joel Silver and Dark Castle Pictures, 'The Factory' starring John Cusack, that Paul made the permanent shift to writer and director and has since had many projects, both film and TV, produced and developed in the States and Australia. He married French actress Alexia Barlier in 2018.
BirthdayDec 16, 1972
Place of BirthMelbourne, Victoria, Australia
Also knownPaul Augustine Leyden, Paul A. Leyden, Paul Leydon
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