Paul Sekulich is a thoroughly traveled writer who has lived in New York, Detroit, Chicago, Stuart and Palm Beach, Florida, Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles, and Hollywood, California. He holds a B.A. degree in Theatre from the University of Maryland and Masters of Fine Arts credits from Towson University and the University of Southern California. 

He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, The American Federation of  Television & Radio Artists (now SAG-AFTRA) and the Actors Equity  Association. As a former adjunct professor of theatre he has directed numerous college productions and has taught acting, directing, and screenwriting. While at the University of Maryland he won the Theatre Department’s Best Actor Award for his portrayal of King Creon in Jean Anouilh’s “Antigone.”

In Hollywood, he worked as a script doctor and contributor for two, prime time television sitcoms.

He has completed four novels, three crime thrillers and an historical suspense novel. He always has works in progress and can turn out books at a rate of two a year.

He has written, acted in, produced and directed films, television commercials and stage productions since he was eighteen and has won awards for his work. He owned and operated The Limestone Dinner Theatre for several years and now teaches college seminars on novel writing and screenwriting for television and the movies.

Paul lives with his wife Joyce in the northern exurbs of Maryland.