A natural performer, Paula has been seeking out the spotlight in some form all of her life: singer/songwriter, TV host, radio personality, bluegrass bass player, theatre actor...whatever it takes to stay busy and creative!
After returning to the beautiful city of Vancouver, Paula has been working hard to renew her career in front of the camera; training with James Kot and Jeb Beach, and acting in student and independent films whenever she gets the chance. Equal parts fiery intensity and goofy quirkiness, Paula brings a wealth of life experience into her search for the truth of every character she plays.
In her spare time, she sings and plays bass in the country trio The Honky Tonk Dilettantes, and practices her mandolin like a fiend.
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"It's a thought-provoking show full of grey areas...Paula Spurr's Jessica is the perfect First Lady to Be, assertive and glamourous."
-Fun! Fun! Vancouver
"There is fine work from others...Paula Spurr does nice work in her supporting role."
Paula is the winner of Best Actress in a Short at the Macabre Faire Film Fest 2016 in New York for her work in "Mine" by Michael Vidler. Very exciting to see the film getting international recognition and winning awards! The Williamsburg Film Festival awarded it "Best International Short" in September, 2015, and it was awarded Silver at the Spotlight Film Awards. Well done Michael Vidler and team!