Boehmer, J. Paul 1965–
BOEHMER, J. Paul 1965–
Born October 30, 1965, in Dayton, OH. Education: Southern Methodist University, B.F.A.; University of Delaware, Professional Theatre Training Program, M.F.A.
Career: Actor. Voice and speech teacher at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
Member: Actors' Equity Association.
Awards, Honors: Audie Award finalist (with others), AudioFile magazine, outstanding classic recording, for the audiobook version of Moby Dick.
Jonathan Harker, Count Dracula, Walnut Street Theatre, Mainstage, Philadelphia, PA, 1994.
Title role, Hamlet, Shakespeare Festival of Dallas, Dallas, TX, c. 1995.
Septimus Hodge, Arcadia, Arena Stage, Washington, DC, 1996–97.
Elyot, Private Lives, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Marx Theatre, Cincinnati, OH, c. 1997.
Molineux, The Shaughraun, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Bagley Wright Theatre, 1997, and Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1998.
Title role, The Invisible Man, Cleveland Play House, Cleveland, OH, c. 1998.
St. Claire, The Crucifer of Blood, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Main Stage, Stockbridge, MA, 1999.
Seldon, The House of Mirth, American Conservatory Theater (ACT), San Francisco, CA, c. 2000.
C. K. Dexter, The Philadelphia Story, Missouri Repertory Theatre (also known as Kansas City Repertory Theatre), University of Missouri-Kansas City Performing Arts Center, Spencer Theatre, Kansas City, MO, 2001.
Heisenberg, Copenhagen, Pioneer Theatre Company, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, c. 2003.
Bernard Nightingale, Arcadia, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, Mountain View, CA, 2004.
Philip Lombard, Ten Little Indians, Pioneer Theatre Company, University of Utah, c. 2004.
Appeared as Cassius, Julius Caesar, and as Bassanio, The Merchant of Venice, both productions at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, Cedar City, UT. Appeared as Massey, End of the Day, New York City; as Haplet, New Yorrick, New Yorrick, Epock Theatre, New York City; and in other productions, including plays at the Great Lakes Theater Festival, Cleveland, OH.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Lord Lyttleton, LIBERTY! The American Revolution, PBS, 1997.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Borg drone, "Drone," Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1998.
Kapitan, "The Killing Game: Parts 1 & 2," Star Trek: Voyager (also known as Voyager), UPN, 1998.
Hyperion Bay, The WB, 1998.
Vornar, "Tacking into the Wind," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (also known as Deep Space Nine, DS9, and Star Trek: DS9), syndicated, 1999.
Neil, "Semi-Decent Proposal," Frasier (also known as Dr. Frasier), NBC, 2001.
"New Mogul in Town," The Lot, American Movie Classics, 2001.
Mestral, "Carbon Creek," Enterprise (also known as Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Series V, and Star Trek: Untitled Fifth Series), UPN, 2002.
Wayne Leavitt, "Roses and Truth," Judging Amy, CBS, 2002.
SS officer, "Storm Front: Part 1," Enterprise (also known as Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Series V, and Star Trek: Untitled Fifth Series), UPN, 2004.
SS officer, "Zero Hour," Enterprise (also known as Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Series V, and Star Trek: Untitled Fifth Series), UPN, 2004.
FBI agent team leader, "Uncertainty Principle," Numb3rs (also known as Numbers), CBS, 2005.
Also appeared as Dr. Chisholm, Guiding Light, CBS.
Museum detective, The Thomas Crown Affair, United Artists, 1999.
(As Paul Boehmer) Dr. Alan Field, Everyone's Depressed, Kroyt Brandt Productions, c. 2002.
Melkor, Star Trek: Klingon Academy, 2000.
Voices of Ambassador Saalek, Gul Sek, and Captain Joshua Martin, Star Trek: Bridge Commander, Activision, 2002.
Audiobooks; as Paul Boehmer:
Owen Parry, A Faded Coat of Blue, Books on Tape, 2000.
Owen Parry, Shadows of Glory, Books on Tape, c. 2000.
Kathleen O'Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear, Dark Inheritance, Books on Tape, 2001.
Owen Parry, Call Each River Jordan, Books on Tape, 2001.
Duane Schultz, The Dahlgren Affair, Books on Tape, 2001.
Samuel P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, Books on Tape, 2002.
Herman Melville, Moby Dick, Books on Tape, 2002.
Owen Parry, Honor's Kingdom, Books on Tape, 2002.
Richard Preston, The Demon in the Freezer: A True Story, Books on Tape, 2002.
Niccolo Ammaniti, I'm Not Scared, Books on Tape, 2003.
John Patrick Burdett, Bangkok 8, Books on Tape, 2003.
Joe Connelly, Crumbtown, Books on Tape, 2003.
William Martin, Harvard Yard, Books on Tape, 2003.
Robert Morgan, Brave Enemies, Books on Tape, 2003.
Jim Rogers, Adventure Capitalist: The Ultimate Road Trip, Books on Tape, 2003.
Mark Salzman, True Notebooks, Books on Tape, 2003.
James Siegel, Derailed, Books on Tape, 2003.
James Swain, Sucker Bet, Books on Tape, 2003.
The investigative staff of the Boston Globe, Betrayal: The Crisis in the Catholic Church, c. 2003.
Terry Brooks, Tanequil (High Druid of Shannara) (also known as High Druid of Shannara), Books on Tape, 2004.
Nicholas Delbanco, The Vagabonds, Books on Tape, 2004.
James Swain, Loaded Dice, Books on Tape, 2004.
Roy Blount, Jr., Feet on the Street: Rambles around New Orleans, Books on Tape, 2005.
John Patrick Burdett, Bangkok Tattoo, Books on Tape, 2005.
Richard Peck, Past Perfect, Present Tense: New and Collected Stories, Listening Library, 2005.
James Siegel, Detour, Books on Tape, 2005.
James Swain, Mr. Lucky, Books on Tape, 2005.
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