Paul-Robert Pryce is a native of Trinidad and Tobago, and has been pursuing his career as an actor in the United States since 2005. Some of his highlights to date have been appearing in HAMLET with Paul Giamatti at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Other notable productions have been PECONG; featuring Tony Award winner Lillias White at the National Black Theatre of Harlem and originating the part of Rob X in the John Prescod’s new play PRE-DISPOSAL.

Paul is a proud alumnus of H.B. Studio in New York City and the Yale School of Drama in New Haven, Connecticut where he earned his M.F.A. in Acting. At Yale he performed in numerous classical,contemporary and new plays like OTHELLO, ANGELS IN AMERICA: PERESTROIKA and FOX PLAY.

In 2010, Paul established a theatre company called Scarlett Project, dedicated to the production and creation of West Indian art and theatre. Scarlett Project has produced the Caribbean plays SMILE ORANGE and RUM AND COCA COLA to date.

Aside from the theatre Paul is also a screenwriter and producer. He has written and produced the short film COME OUT, COME OUT and is currently working on other film projects in various stages of development.

Paul has written for the Yale School of Drama Magazine and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Marketing. He worked in mass communication and advertising in Trinidad and Tobago before becoming an actor.

Paul enjoys visiting Trinidad any chance he gets.