With over ten years as a radio and television presenter, Stuart was 27 when he turned to drama becoming a top stunt coordinator and action director, working on some of Hollywood’s biggest films including two Bond films and Aliens, eventually winning Best Director in the USA for his Netflix movie Freight. The combination of talents lead him to be a go-to ‘in vision’ film man; he appeared three times on Barry Norman’s Film Night, was a guest judge on Bruce Forsyth’s Generation Game twice, and co-presented the TV special Extreme Magic, Extreme Danger with Ulrika Jonsson.
The list which includes being one of the Russ Abbott’s Mad House team for a while more recently saw him on Too Much TV with Emma Bunton. Stuart also starred, as an actor, in the twice-weekly soap Radio Phoenix for a year, was the face of Woolworth’s classic 1980’s adverts and the voice of Safeway’s adverts for two years. Stuart is a free speaking entertainer with gripping, humorous, and informative stories that dramatically turn on a knife edge and have you laughing before thinking deeply.
Never working from a script, no two after dinner talks or lectures are the same. Stuart has worked on ships worldwide from the Pacific to Hong Kong, from The Black Watch to The Britannia and he has spoken at and chaired many major conferences in the UK and the USA.
To book Stuart St Paul to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Stuart is known to cover the following topics:
- Motivational & Inspiration
- Creative Story Telling
- Action In Movies
- Novel v Screenplay
- Trusting Your Team
- Working In Film & Television Directing
- Actors Film As A Business
- Taking Status Quo To Fiji – Bula
- Film Markets & Festivals
- Defying Safety, Deliberate Stunts
- Writing For The Unknown Future; Man & Robots
“… an amazingly loyal and reliably fluent and interesting speaker. Stuart is indeed a natural speaker, someone whose manner of speaking engages his listeners and holds their attention. I heard him give talks on a whole range of topics, mostly to do with the film industry and the entertainment world, though I am sure his range is wider than that now. Stuart was a star, listening precisely to what was being asked or to comments offered and always engaging in a warm and intelligent dialogue. It is also worth mentioning that his talks always produced a very lively response: the audience wanted to interact with him and engage in further discussion.”
Robert, Merchant Taylors’ School
“His presentation was very well organised and it included the use of lively and eye-catching videos. The students really enjoyed the whole session and many chose to stay behind to ask Stuart individual questions at the end of the talk. I have no hesitation in recommending Stuart to your organisation as a potential speaker.”
Chris, St Clement Danes School
“Thank you for the extra work that you put in on the ship, we all really appreciated it …. your talks were well received”.
Carole, P&O Britannia