Paul Pape is President and CEO of Red Wall Productions. Begun in 1999 and incorporated in early 2001, the company actively pursues American history and/or family entertainment themes as their stories of choice.  

A veteran of over thirty years in the entertainment business, Paul began his career as an actor in New York . As a member of the successful repertory company, the Collonades Theater Lab, he served his apprenticeship alongside future notables Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Jeff Goldblum, Michael O'Keefe and Peter Scolari. After going Off-Broadway to appear in "The Cherry Orchard" with Kim Hunter, Paul got his break when he was cast to co-star opposite John Travolta in "Saturday Night Fever". For the many fans of this movie, we invite you to click the "For SNF Fans" link above to visit Paul's “Fans of Saturday Night Fever” page for further information.  

In the early 1980s, Paul began doing voice-over work, a field that would bring him considerable success. With over 3500 voice-over credits to-date, his voice has been heard in almost every media imaginable; commercials, narrations, promos, television series, feature films, mini-series, movies of the week and video games. As his work in this field is on-going, please select the “Voice-Over” link above to see further information on Paul’s voice-over career, which includes contact information and recent bookings, as well as demos of his voice.  

Paul returns to on-camera work now and then, actually more so in the last couple of years. He appeared opposite Tom Berenger in "The Detective", a mini-series from Hallmark. In addition, he showed up briefly in " Liberty Street ", also from Hallmark. He can be seen co-starring in the short film "Three Rounds", which was an accepted entry into the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival in 2005. In the past year, he co-starred in "The Stranger", a short film that Red Wall Productions co-produced. IN 2006, Red Wall produced "Interrogation", a short film that has garnered 14 nominations and three awards to-date. Paul himself has been nominated in the writing and supporting actor categories. He recently received an award in recognition of his on-camera and voice-over work for the Electronic Arts video-game “Black”, a #1 seller that sold over 2 million copies in the United States and Britain .  Click the "On-Camera" link above for a video sample of Paul’s on-camera work, as well as the "Writing" link for a list of writing credits and achievements.  

A life long fan of the literature, films and history of the American West, Paul has traveled extensively throughout the region. An avid photographer and author for the last 20 years, he has chronicled these travels in depth. During this time he has also served as a staff writer and photographer for Trail Dust Magazine and his images and articles have appeared on book covers and in publications nationwide, including American Cowboy. He is a 16 year member of the Hole In The Wall gang, an exclusive group of 50 men who come together each September to ride the Hole In The Wall Country in Wyoming , the actual hideout of Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and the Wild Bunch.  The gang, which celebrates it’s 30th Anniversary in 2007, is “dedicated to the preservation of Western traditions and ways of the cowboy, his country and freedoms of the American West.”  Among their ranks: western artists, writers, entrepreneurs, working cowboys and ranchers, doctors, attorneys and what the rest like to call the “Hollywood Bunch”, which Paul is proud to be part of. Increasingly finding their way into private collections, Paul’s western photographs are now available on the Internet via this website. Click the “Photography” link in the main navigational menu at the top of this page for more details.  

Paul is married to two-time Emmy Winning Sound Editor Suzanne Angel Pape. They are raising a daughter, Isabella, and make their home in Los Angeles .