Paul is a 2007 Tony Award winner best know for his television acting work. He is an honored Alum of Emerson College an began his career in 1968 with the Boston Improvisational theatre group, “The Proposition.” Other performing members of the group included Jane Curtin, Judith Kahan, Josh Mostel, Munson Hicks and Fred Grandy. When the group moved to New York he quickly established himself in the off-Broadway community with appearances in Godspell, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh, and the New York Shakespeare Festival productions of The Comedy of Errors, Agamemnon and Alice In Concert with Meryl Streep, as well as Jerome Robbins’ Broadway. He directed the 2002 World Premiere of Eli’s Birthday and the satirical musical revue Both Barrels, bringing that show to The Goodspeed Opera House and Off-Broadway in 1999. Other directing credits include Godspell, Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh, Quirks, Kurt Vonnegut’s God Bless You Mr. Rosewater and Fascinatin’ Rhythmz and, for television, Dave’s World, Brotherly Love, Thea, and It’s A Living. Los Angeles stage appearances include Reprise’s Promises, Promises, the Taper’s Cabaret Verboten, Yahrzeit and Both Barrels. TV appearances include That 70s Show, ER, Cybill, and S Club 7 LA, but TV audiences remember him best as Sonny Mann, the piano player on the 80s comedy It’s A Living. Mr. Kreppel continues to act and direct and with his Wetrock Entertainment partner, Ms. Murphy Cross, produced, created and directed the Tony winning Jay Johnson: The Two & Only! He has served on the Council of Actor’s Equity Association and as a board member of the Screen Actors Guild. In the musical Wicked, he played the Wizard of Oz on the 2nd National Tour from March 2012 to March 2013.