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Paul Warren

Paul Warren is a British actor known for playing characters in prosthetic makeup and creature suits in such films as Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor: The Dark World, Clash of the Titans and World War Z.

He began his film career as a body double for Daniel Radcliffe on the film Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix. Spending much of his time 20ft up in the air on the hydraulic broomstick system and performing other physically demanding activities, it wasn't long before Paul started to get noticed as a versatile performer.

In 2007, he was recommended to the legendary Stan Winston Studio as a good choice to portray an emaciated version of the title character in 'The Deaths of Ian Stone'. The horror role required full body prosthetics and cgi head replacement with lead actor Mike Vogel. The invaluable experience Paul gained working with Stan's crew to achieve this tricky effect is what ultimately set him on a path to becoming a creature performer.

His first creature role was in the remake of Clash of the Titans. Working with the Oscar nominated Creatures Inc, he underwent a 5 hour makeup process to transform into a tortured soul that pulls the boatman across the river styx. To add to the challenge of performing covered in such extreme silicone prosthetics, the scene was filmed in a large outside water tank at Pinewood studios.

In 2010, Paul was chosen by director Joe Johnston to be a visual effect double for skinny Steve Rogers in Captain America: The First Avenger. Working closely with Lola Visual Effects, he helped bring Skinny Steve to life in the pre-production VFX tests and was on set as a visual reference for the recruitment scene. The remainder of body double duties on the film were performed by Leander Deeny and Paul went on to work on X-Men: First Class.

He has since gone on to appear in many films playing aliens and monsters, but most notably in Star Wars: The Force Awakens along side Neal Scanlan's CFX crew. Paul is credited as a 'creature and droid puppeteer' and he plays an alien called 'Varmik'. This character is of particular interest to Star Wars fans due to his origin and connection to the original trilogy. Varmik is based on 2 classic pieces of Ralph McQuarrie production art from 1975 - the cantina showdown and early Chewbacca designs. The former was a particular favourite of J.J Abrams' that he wanted to bring to life on screen.

Justin Paul Warren

Justin Paul Warren is a Director, and Local 600 Digital Imaging Technician.

Justin began his career in the lighting department, and even was the gaffer for a couple of feature films. The visual elements of a film were always his favorite parts, and light and color fascinated him. However, not fully satisfied, he ventured out and made many short films, all of which were heavily reliant on visual effects to tell their story.

One of the shorts, Hazmat J (part of the "Avengers of the Apocalypse" series), caught the attention of Troublemaker Studios. He was hired to work as a VFX artist for nearly a year, having completed work on the film "Shorts", and he helped with the development of other productions afterwards.

He is married to his high school sweetheart, Laurel Goetz-Warren, who is also often a creative partner of his. Together, they have a daughter named Caroline.

Paul J. Warren

Paul Warren is one of Australia's most experienced Directors of Photography. Over thirty years of experience shooting in the broadest range of cultures and continents, his portfolio is extensive and displays a huge variety of formats, styles and content. His knowledge and ability to cross between the different demands of long form feature films, documentaries and short films has given him a rare and versatile approach of ways for finding the appropriate visual dialogue for the story at hand. Paul's first feature film 'The Cup' was in Official Selection for the prestigious Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. His latest feature, 'Wrath' is another example of his versatility in working with demanding stories and locations.

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