Paul Bullion talks about playing Lambert in Netflix’s ’The Witcher’


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Paul Bullion recently joined host Elias in the cave! Paul can be seen starring in Netflix’s global hit series "The Witcher." Based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski, " Paul joins the cast for season two as Lambert, Geralt’s close childhood friend, brothers through a shared experience and fellow monster hunter. In its US debut "The Witcher" was the third most in-demand original streaming series alongside "Stranger Things" and "The Mandalorian," and shortly after its global debut, the series was crowned the most in-demand television series in the world across all platforms, with over 76 million views within its first month of launch. Season two premiered globally on Netflix on December 17, 2021.

Additional television credits for Paul include the award-winning, British period crime drama "Peaky Blinders" for the BBC, Kurt Sutter’s "The Bastard Executioner" for FX, "Jamaica Inn," "Patrick Melrose," and "Endeavour." In film, Paul appeared in Legendary Pictures’ "Dracula Untold" opposite Luke Evans, and starred in the short "Oscar’s Bell," directed by Chris Cronin, which was successful on the festival circuit, winning Best. Horror at the Hollyshorts Film Festival in 2019 and Paul securing a Best Actor win at the British Horror Film Festival in 2018.

Paul grew up in Milton Keynes, one of the largest towns in Buckinghamshire, England, northwest of London. As a child, he loved watching films and listening to music, and as a teenager, Paul taught himself how to play guitar and started a ska band called "8 Inches Long", which even had a trumpet player. Paul participated in local theater productions, where he discovered his love of bringing characters to life on stage. At the age of 19, he left for London to attend drama school. He has been working and living in London ever since.

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