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TOP 5 NEWS: LATEST- UFC Championship match and The Real Bling on WeTV.
From (May-Dec 2019) UFC Fighters walking out to “Game” by Paul Gee on ESPN. Order of appearance: Henry Cejudo, Israel Adesanya, and Alex Volkanovski!
Paul Gee's "Hold It Down" track from the GameFace Album is featured in this video for Angel Brinks "The Real Bling" on WeTV.
(Short Clip) Paul Gee sits down with “The Edinburgh show” host and discusses his role in “Henry Box Brown” (8/8/2019)
Paul Gee's "Game" track from the GameFace Album is featured in this video (at 0:44) by NBA Impersonator BdotAdot5 mimics LeBron, Curry, Westbrook & Harden.
(The New Yorker)
Paul Gee sits down with the host to discuss his inspirations and experiences playing Henry Box Brown (8/28/2018)
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Acting Reel (Latest 2019)
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2018-2020: PAUL GEE LEADS IN "HENRY BOX BROWN"
(SCOTLAND - U.S TOUR)
Tony Award winner Ben Harney (Broadway's Dreamgirls), and writer Mehr Mansuri, lead this musical about an 1850s Virginia slave who ships himself to freedom in a box. In a fusion of original songs blending gospel, R'n'B, and bluegrass, as well as a cappella spirituals, it is performed by New York's finest gospel singers and top Broadway artists. Viewed by over 100,000 people from New York to Edinburgh, it is a crowd-pleaser that shines a light on our capacity to transcend.
Paul Gee shines and captivates the audience in his lead role as Henry Box Brown. With over 25 articles covering the experience of Paul Gee and the cast and 2 BBC television features.
"Stirring…rousing songs...Acted with great brio without being preachy…" (New York Times)