PAUL SCHNEIDER

Face: LABRADOR PUPPY
Body: TALL N NEAT
Arms: LOOOOOONG
Personality: BRIGHT STAR
Distinguishing features: GENTLE FACE
Attainability: DUNNO

Aaaaah. He’s dead lovely, Paul Schneider. You might be thinking, ‘who?’ but chances are you’ve seen him in Elizabethtown, The Assassination of Jesse James…, The Family Stone, Away We Go, or Lars & The Real Girl. He does a LOT of supporting roles, but he’s ace and should be featured more heavily on celluloid. His tall, elegant frame is a wonderful counterbalance to his soft, kind face and those warm chocolate eyes. His performance as Charles Armitage Brown in Jane Campion’s excellent Bright Star is a wonderfully flamboyant foil to Ben Whishaw’s sensitive John Keats, and marked Schneider out as a potential bright star for sure, in my eyes. He looks like he’d put a reassuring hand on the small of your back in a stressful situation, and I just want to KISS him.

(For Oisin, who also possesses ‘kindface’ (TM). Happy birthday, lovely friend xx)

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