Ask Paul Howard’s parents, and they will tell you Paul was destined to be a performer. As a child he grabbed his toy guitar and performed Beatles songs for them on a makeshift stage; as a teenager he gained local notoriety for his uncanny ability to emulate Michael Jackson down to the smallest nuances of his performance; and when he ultimately left his Sacramento home to attend the University of California, Irvine as a drama major, his fate was sealed.
After college, Paul moved north towards the bright lights of Hollywood, where his interests in the entertainment industry continued to grow and evolve, the one thing that hasn’t changed however is Paul’s devoted passion to the performing arts.
Paul continues to challenge himself with new and exciting opportunities to take him to the “next level.” One such example is with the release of his short film “sauce (verb): to make agreeable or less harsh,” which he co-wrote, starred in, and executive produced. This was the first time Paul wore the hat of executive producer, but even with it’s many challenges it won’t be his last.
‘Sauce’ was one of Paul’s biggest challenges in this difficult industry, but like everything in his career, it was a labor of love. ‘Sauce’ helped in Paul’s desire to constantly evolve and grow in this ever changing industry and world. The film is a testament to Paul’s creativity, ambition, passion and that evolution