grew up in Santa Clarita, California, just over the hill from the bustling entertainment hub of the world. She began her first acting experiments at home, playfully choosing from the varying costumes in her parents' costume rental shop (which they ran out of their garage). Paris naturally found herself drawn to the stage in junior high and high school participating in Hart High's Varsity Show Choir Sound Vibrations, DTASC Drama Competitions and various school productions.
Upon gradutation and arriving at UC Davis undeclared, she found herself back in acting class, but this time her involvement in productions changed. She worked for two years in the Theatre Department's Costume Shop as an Asst Costume Designer, and found her acting niche with the film students of Davis appearing in their projects and competition pieces. She continued singing in UC Davis' a cappella group, The Spokes, and studied abroad in Siena, Italy for some time. As it neared graduation, it was time to make the not-that-scary move to Los Angeles, to pursue acting professionally.
Soon after moving, Paris found herself back on stage again and quickly involved in The Road Theatre Company as an active member. Paris studied at the Upright Citizen's Brigade in the Improv Program, Jeremiah Comey Film Acting Studio, and ongoing class at BGB Studios. She is represented commercially by BBA Talent, theatrically by Littman Talent Group.
A passionate, cook! Loves perfecting and playing with new ideas and recipes.
Teaches spinning (indoor cycling) at Equinox in Glendale, Downtown LA, and Pasadena.
Buys an obscene amount of postcards when traveling and mails them out to friends and family.
Secretly notes her parents' ticks and catchphrases constantly to one day use them in SNL. The dad dance is the best...