Connections with Mike Thom and Colleen Houde

Paul Greene: From farm boy to Hollywood actor

31:42 | Mar 11, 2021

Episodes Notes

Born in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Greene grew up on a farm being taught the importance of family, faith and structure. On a volleyball scholarship, Paul was scouted from college and started his modelling career at age 18 and immediately became a global success. 

 At 30 years old and with a 5-month-old son Greene decided that it was time to relocate to LA and start living his original dream of acting. Greene began booking commercials and went on to garner series regular and guest spots on dozens of TV shows including “NCIS,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “The Newsroom”, “ Greene then went on to be coined by Steve Gidlow, the Cary Grant of the Hallmark Chanel, leading countless films and series. He is also a talented musician

Today on Connections he shares his journey from Wetaskiwin to Los Angeles.  He also shares a bit about his music and his amazing faith story. 

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