Paul Koslo is a co-Founder of the historic Met Theatre in Hollywood, and studied acting at The National Theatre School in Montreal. He made his stage debut in Stratford, Ontario, where he played the role of Peter in "The Zoo Story." He starred on Broadway in 1968 playing Berger in "Hair" at the Biltmore Theatre. In his first film role he starred opposite Academy Award winner Genevieve Bujold as Raskolnikov in "Crime and Punishment." Since then he has starred and co-starred in well over 100 films and T.V. shows, including Joe Kidd, The Omega Man, Rooster Cogburn, Voyage Of The Damned and Heavens Gate, and has been involved in one way or another in over 300 plays at the Met. Paul was born in Warstein, Germany, is a USA/Canada citizen and makes his home in Lake Hughes, California.