Born on October 4th, 1990, to an American mother and French father, Paul-Emile spent his childhood in both France and the U.S. When he was 7, his mom, a painter and college professor, encouraged him to attend an outdoor summer theater workshop in Newburyport, Massachusetts. It was at Theater in the Open, doing Shakespeare and clown work, where Paul-Emile grew to love performing.

In college, he wrote fiction, studied acting, and performed in numerous school and regional productions. Junior year he spent a grueling but very rewarding semester in Russia, training and performing at the Moscow Arts Theater School.

Graduating with a Bachelors in Theater from Skidmore College in 2013, Paul-Emile moved to New York City following his first role in a feature film, 'The Judge', starring Robert Duvall and Robert Downey Jr.

Paul-Emile currently lives in New York City as an proud member of both SAG/AFTRA and THE ACTORS EQUITY ASSOCIATION