Paul Comi started acting in 1957, and continued until 1995, making about a hundred television appearances, sixteen movies, and a number of recurring television roles.
Paul's professional acting career began in 1957, when, as an apprentice at the famous La Jolla Playhouse, in California, he was given a small part in the play Career that starred Don Taylor and Una Merkle. His comedy scene as a drunken GI earned rave reviews in the Hollywood Reporter and Variety, leading to his being signed by 20th Century Fox for the role of Pvt Abbott in The Young Lions.
Graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Southern California, Comi earned a reputation as a constantly working, versatile actor. Recently, Comi is very busy serving as President of his family´s business Caffe D’ Amore.
The development and force of specialty beverages: Tea & Coffee Trade Journal spoke with Caffe D'Amore about the importance of the specialty beverage both in the U.S. and worldwide.
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