Paul Hipp : Far Too Many True Stories

Pennsylvania Stars

As my home state of Pennsylvania heads to the polls I thought I would post this song. It is based on far too many true stories.

Paul Hipp / April 22, 2008


Blogger of War

Musician/Actor/Filmmaker Paul Hipp’s debut CD, “Blog Of War” features new tunes along with fleshed out versions of some of his Huffington Post blogs. The official release date in April 8 but the cd can be purchased right now! For more info please go to

Paul recently wrote and produced several songs for Hilary Duff, which she performs in the upcoming feature film “War, Inc.” starring John Cusack and Ben Kingsley.

Paul came up playing music on the streets of Greenwhich Village for tips to pay for acting class with the legendary Mira Rostova and William Hickey. It was during this time that Paul met and started writing songs with the great Carole King. Also during this time Paul met famed indie filmmaker Abel Ferarra. Paul would go on to collaborate on several film and music projects with Ferarra including “Bad Lieutenant” in which Paul plays Jesus Christ and provides the end credit theme along with Ferarra.

Paul has appeared in over over 30 feature films. Upcoming films include “Dirt Nap”, which Paul stars in along with DB Sweeney, John C. McGinley and Ed Harris and director Ernst Gossner’s award winning feature “South Of Pico.”

On the small screen Paul has appeared in approximately one billion TV shows.

Paul made his feature film directorial debut with “Death Of A Dog” in 2001. Executive produced by Abel Ferrara the film stars Julie Kessler and Edie Falco.

Paul’s next film as writer/director “Burn Out” will be completed next spring.

On stage Paul has appeared in many off-Broadway shows and was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award in London and a Tony for his work on Broadway.

Source. / Huffington Post / The Rag Blog

Also see more of Paul’s biting musical videos at MySpace/Paul Hipp.

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