Paul Schoeffler is one of the foremost leading character actors working on Broadway. On Broadway he has been seen as Hertz in Rock of Ages (cast album), Vittorio Vidal opposite Christina Applegate in Sweet Charity(cast album), Hook in Peter Pan opposite Cathy Rigby (cast album, filmed for A&E), Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. Le Bret in Cyrano, Nine,Victor/Victoria and Sunday in the Park with George. Numerous Off Broadway appearances include Wintertime at Second Stage Theatre opposite Marsha Mason, the world premiere of No Way to Treat a Lady(cast album), The Fantasticks, Much Ado About Nothing and The Cherry Orchard. National tours include Javert in Les Miserables and Sheldrake in Promises/Promises.
Regionally he has performed leading roles extensively, including The Count in the world premiere of Phantom by Yeston/Kopit (cast album), Flaminio Scala in the premiere of The Glorious Ones by Ahrens/Flaherty at PPT, Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady and Don Quixote in Man of La Manchaamong other roles as part of seven seasons at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia (2 Barrymore nominations for best actor) and seven seasons at Sacramento Music Circus. Other theatres where he has performed lead roles include Papermill, Goodspeed, The Huntington Theatre in Boston and The Repertory Theatre of St Louis. Paul has also had an extensive voice-over career, having worked for NBC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, The Oxygen Network, four seasons as multiple characters on Courage the Cowardly Dog for The Cartoon Network and extensive commercial campaigns for among others, Shell Oil, Amstel Light, Campbells, Lysol and Canon.
TV appearances include Person of Interest, Law and Order, Midnight Caller, All My Children andGuiding Light. A member of the New York Singing Teacher‘s Association (NYSTA) Paul also teaches voice and coaches privately and has done extensive concert work including Broadway by the Year and Broadway Unplugged at Town Hall in NY, Broadway Ballyhoo at Feinstein‘s, Broadway in Bryant Park and Symphony Silicon Valley among others. 

Paul Schoeffler