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Paul Schrier

Paul Schrier
Born Paul L. Schrier II
(1970-06-01) June 1, 1970
Las Vegas, Nevada
Occupation Screen Actor/Voice Actor/Director
Years active 1993–present

Paul L. Schrier II (born June 1, 1970) is an American actor. He is known for his role of Farkas "Bulk" Bulkmeier in the Power Rangers series.[1] He portrayed the character for seven seasons from 1993–1999, returning in 2011 for the eighteenth season of Power Rangers Samurai, and was the last original cast member to leave the show. Schrier has also done some directing work, directing a few Power Rangers episodes, 16 episodes of the Hello Kitty animated series, and a short film, "An Easy Thing". He is also an artist, having worked on the comic book The Red Star.

Schrier was born and raised in Las Vegas. Schrier is best friends with Jason Narvy, his on-screen best friend in the Power Rangers series. He is also a fan of Robotech.

Filmography

Anime roles

Live action/TV roles

Movie roles

References

  1. ^ Bulk will play HamletSkull will be . . . Yorrick?

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