Paul Mescal is an Irish actor currently seen starring in the Irish drama television series Normal People for BBC Three and Hulu based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Sally Rooney. He earned a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series for his role as Connell Waldron. He is currently represented by Creative Artists Agency based in Los Angeles, United States.
Paul Mescal was born on February 2, 1996 in Maynooth, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland, to mother Dearblha and father Paul. His mother worked as a police officer or also known as a Garda and his father was a schoolteacher who also did semi-pro acting. Paul has a younger sister named Nell Mescal who is a singer and a brother named Donnacha Mescal.
He is also often seen as a family person as he is always seen uploading photos with his family on social media and recently even paid tribute to his grandparents on their anniversary. In 2017 she graduated with a BA from The Lir Academy, a drama school based in Dublin, Ireland. Growing up he was very fond of playing football and he was also an under-21 footballer who played full back for Kildare and a member of the Maynooth GAA, however he gave up football after suffering a jaw injury.
Paul Mescal’s career
Paul shortly after graduating from The Lir Academy at Trinity College Dublin, was offered roles in two stage productions, Angel’s Ashes and The Great Gatsby in 2017. Later that year he also appeared in Hans Christian Andersen’s The Red Shoes at the Gate Dublin Theatre. . In 2018, due to his outstanding acting skills, Mescal became very famous on the streets of Dublin when he landed the role of Lieutenant Langon in The Plow and the Stars. Subsequently, he also appeared in the premiere of Louise O’Neill’s Asking for It as Bryan at the Abbey Theater in Dublin. The same year he also appeared in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, playing the role of Demetrius at the Kilkenny Festival of the Arts and then as Stephen Dedalus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man at the Dublin Theater Festival.
In addition to theater, Paul was cast as Matt Leary in the TV series Bump in 2019, and later in 2020, he was seen playing the lead role of Connell Waldron in the Normal People miniseries opposite Daisy Edgar-Jones, which can be say it’s a breakthrough in Mescal’s acting career. For this particular role, Paul was nominated at the TV Choice Awards for Best Actor. He also became the winner of the Movie Actor of the Year and Limited Gold Derby TV Actor Awards. Paul has also appeared in a few music videos like The Rolling Stones’ Scarlet and Phoebe Bridgers’ Savior Complex both in the year 2020. He was later cast as Cian in the short film Drifting and played the lead role of Sean McKeogh in the miniseries The Deceived.
Biography of Paul Mescal
|Real name||pablo mezcal|
|Birthdate||February 2, 1996|
|Age (as of 2022)||26 years|
|place of birth||Maynooth, Ireland|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 11” – in centimeters – 180 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 71 kg – in pounds – 156 lbs|
|Hair color||brown bark|
|Colleague||The Lir Academy|
In many interviews, Paul has been asked about his relationship status, but it seems that the 26-year-old actor is pleased to build his acting career. Paul has mentioned that he hopes to use one of the online dating apps, but only after the pandemic. He also wished to get married soon and settle down, however, he is still reported to be single.
Paul Mescal Net Worth
Paul Mescal has performed numerous roles in stage productions and television series over the past three years. He also gets a good salary for outstanding performance from him and has also been seen endorsing brands and appearing in commercial campaigns. According to sources, his net worth as of 2020 is estimated at $1 million.
- He played soccer for quite a few years but soon gave up the sport due to his jaw injury.
- Paul is also trained in various dance forms such as Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Cha-Cha, and Polka.
- She has an active social life with more than 1.1 million followers on Instagram and 178.6k followers on Twitter.
- Mescal has been named Hugo Boss Breakthrough Actor by GQ’s Men of the Year Awards.