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Paul Clayton

From Queer to Eternity

Actor Paul Clayton reminisces with Scott about growing up in Yorkshire, 1960s Doctor Who crushes, taking HIV tests to get a mortgage, and coming out to his mother in front of Sir Ian McKellen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49mins

17 Jun 2021

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Paul Clayton: A Guided tour to the Acting industry.

Actors Business Network- Podcast.

Today we are joined by the Incredible Paul Clayton. Former chairmen of the Actors Centre, RSC actor, regular on Peepshow, Hollyoaks, Coronation Street and  The Crown Pauls acting credits alone provide a wealth of industry knowledge. Paul is a regular writer for The Stage Newspaper and the Author of an incredible Book "The Working Actor The essential guide to a successful career" (Link Below) In this episode you will learn: -How to stay on top of your career (Daily) -Why a good relationship with your agent is essential-How to contact casting directors-Why knowing who you and what you have to offer is the most important factor in auditioning. and so much more. LINK ON WEBSITE TO PAUL's BOOK!www.actorsbusinessnetwork.com

1hr 6mins

22 Mar 2021

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37. 'This is who I am, do you want it?' Full interview with Paul Clayton from 2014 as per Podcast 36

Love Your Creativity AND Make Money

As promised last week in podcast episode 36, this episode is the full Paul Clayton interview from 2014. Both Paul and my career has both continued to go from strength to strength.I did a podcast interview back in 2014 with Paul Clayton If you want some of the highlights go back to last week’s episode but it is a very inspiring interview from someone who has been a very successful working creative over many decades. He also quotes Anita Dobson, talking about how she did not call herself an actor til she had a year earning only as an actor.I know Paul Clayton not just from his many many TV and film appearances (Ali G Indahouse, Peep Show, Him and Her, The Queen and he is now deceased in Hollyoaks) but also he was the Chair of the Actors Centre and in January 2014 he played my husband in the multi award winning Sunday Dinner With The MorgansHe has a lifetime of knowledge about the acting industry and at a time when he found his work was slacking off, he set up his own company doing corporate work as an actor and wrote a great book about it.This was first released on my original Love Your Creativity podcast in 2014. Blog post about the interview https://loveyourcreativity.com/2014/04/23/how-to-book-auditions-this-is-who-i-am-would-you-like-it-paul-clayton-on-auditions-making-money-as-an-actor/Some of the advice added here from Paul Clayton includes ‘I think I'm quite resigned about it nowbecause I think there comes the stage in your life whereand this is probably to do with you developingas a person and perhaps there were elements of me and late development - certainly in relationship terms,you know, I didn't really settle down with anybody til I was nearly 40 and that did coincide,I think with an awareness of what you are as a person.Listen, I know that as a young actor I would walk into a room and I didn't have confidence problems.I might have been nervous but don't think that would necessarily come across but I would go into the room thinking. I know I'm a very good actor. What would you like me to be?I don't think that works. I think you have to go in there saying this is what I am.Would you like it? I am the best Paul Clayton there is, I think they'll be some people breathing a sigh of relief that I'm the only Paul Clayton there is but I'm not bothered if you don't want Paul Clayton, obviously, there are some things that I would love to do, but that I am not right for. So it's not that I'm not good. It's that I'm not right and you know. Last week I was waiting for a voiceover and I don't know what it was .My agent ‘are you free on this day, it is a really big one.It's a really nice one’. I didn't know what it was and then on Thursday morning then ’They've gone the other way’, so I didn't know what it was.They've gone the other way because something they heard in that person's voice made them make that choice. Because what wins people over is you the person. That's what we bring into acting and and there's some people mistake this with typecastingbut you bring a unique brand to your work that is you and possibly a lot of our life is finding out who we are and then when we settle into a knowledge of that, we sort of knowwhat we're selling really.” '“He had a saying which was every day do one thing.That may result in work and then get on with being who you are because who you are is what will get you the work and I know having directed a lot in my 30s in rep companies.So sitting on the other side of the table and having whole days of people coming in, you can see desperation.You can, you can smell it and it's not nice.You have that job. You have the job until you open the door.And then when you step in the room, most of what you're doing is taking you away from the job unless you're careful.So it's working about what you need. If you go and think I’ve got to shine in there. If you're not shining outside, you know, you're not going to do it.” The song at the beginning is a remix of my LondonTown tune by Andrew HydeAt the end is a clip of my Vampire For Your Love tune from my album ‘If you can’t make love make coffee’ available online, and also actual CDs if you want to contact me ;)Aims of this podcast - Love Your Creativity & Make MoneyThis podcast is about being a working creative from thoughts on marketing, budget to what techniques we can all use to get the work done and out there, no matter where you work full time as an actor, a choreographer or have a yearning to paint more over the weekends. The book on mental, practical and financial tips on ‘getting your art in gear’ is being launched soon.About me, Marysia TrembeckaI am at heart a storyteller and this has translated from the initial creation of work to being a performer, including film and theatre acting, writing and performing international touring comedy shows to MCing.Highlights include sell-out Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe shows, singing at the Royal Festival Hall in 23 different languages, as well as doing TEDx talks and corporate gigs, such as the Brit Awards Afterparty at the 02 as my ‘The Singing Psychic’ bio queen character.My ‘THE SINGING PSYCHIC’ who ‘reads the songs in your heart’ also has a GAME SHOW version, and was a finalist in Best Show, Funny Women in 2016, and I have toured internationally since then. I have also produced five webseries as the character including my 23 episode SONGS OF BREXIT webseries I made for the June 2016 EU Referendum, on the pros and cons of the EU, I started the web series singing The Clash’s ‘Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now’. It was very wll received due to the blend of education and entertainment, and I ended up on London Live and even a BBC2 Live Debate on the National Living Wage amongst other press of the back of that.I also was awarded Arts Council funding for research on a solo show on how we are all judged by our sexuality, so as part of that, I interviewed people on the cutting edge of sexual politics. From this I then created another character ‘Queen Of The F*cking World’ which has also toured internationally from Glasgow WOFF film festival in the female perspective strand to sell-out London, Edinburgh and Adelaide runs. I sing and play the bass guitar and guitar in this show.My film acting credits can be found on IMDB and indeed my projects are on my media gallery http://marysiatrembecka.com/media-gallery/Facebook Marysia TrembeckaTwitter instagram @MarysiaTMy London acting agent is Dulcie Huston, CCA Management#actress #creativity #actor #casting #makeart #workingactor

36mins

18 Mar 2021

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36. Finding many ways to earn money from your creativity, with Paul Clayton interview excerpts

Love Your Creativity AND Make Money

This week’s podcast episode is me musing on how to find many ways to make money from our creativity.Write a list of all your talents, skills and specialist subjects ;)What other subsidiary skills have you learnt along the way to create an income from?What else are you really good at?What networks can you tap in or develop to sell those skills?I did a podcast interview back in 2014 with Paul Clayton and I have added just a few key pieces of advice from him on this, largely for me to remember and you to muse over.He also quotes Anita Dobson, talking about how she did not call herself an actor til she had a year earning only as an actor.I know Paul Clayton (imdb link) not just from his many many TV and film appearances (Ali G Indahouse, Peep Show, Him and Her, The Queen and he is now deceased in Hollyoaks) but also he was the Chair of the Actors Centre and in January 2014 he played my husband in the multi award winning Sunday Dinner With The MorgansHe has a lifetime of knowledge about the acting industry and at a time when he found his work was slacking off, he set up his own company doing corporate work as an actor and wrote a great book about it.I will add up the full podcast interview with Paul for the next podcast 37 – it was first released on my original LoveYourCreativity podcast in 2014. Blog post about the interview https://loveyourcreativity.com/2014/04/23/how-to-book-auditions-this-is-who-i-am-would-you-like-it-paul-clayton-on-auditions-making-money-as-an-actor/Some of the advice added here from Paul Clayton includes ‘I think I'm quite resigned about it nowbecause I think there comes the stage in your life whereand this is probably to do with you developingas a person and perhaps there were elements of me and late development - certainly in relationship terms,you know, I didn't really settle down with anybody til I was nearly 40 and that did coincide,I think with an awareness of what you are as a person.Listen, I know that as a young actor I would walk into a room and I didn't have confidence problems.I might have been nervous but don't think that would necessarily come across but I would go into the room thinking. I know I'm a very good actor. What would you like me to be?I don't think that works. I think you have to go in there saying this is what I am.Would you like it? I am the best Paul Clayton there is, I think they'll be some people breathing a sigh of relief that I'm the only Paul Clayton there is but I'm not bothered if you don't want Paul Clayton, obviously, there are some things that I would love to do, but that I am not right for. So it's not that I'm not good. It's that I'm not right and you know. Last week I was waiting for a voiceover and I don't know what it was .My agent ‘are you free on this day, it is a really big one.It's a really nice one’. I didn't know what it was and then on Thursday morning then ’They've gone the other way’, so I didn't know what it was.They've gone the other way because something they heard in that person's voice made them make that choice. Because what wins people over is you the person. That's what we bring into acting and and there's some people mistake this with typecastingbut you bring a unique brand to your work that is you and possibly a lot of our life is finding out who we are and then when we settle into a knowledge of that, we sort of knowwhat we're selling really.” '“He had a saying which was every day do one thing.That may result in work and then get on with being who you are because who you are is what will get you the work and I know having directed a lot in my 30s in rep companies.So sitting on the other side of the table and having whole days of people coming in, you can see desperation.You can, you can smell it and it's not nice.You have that job. You have the job until you open the door.And then when you step in the room, most of what you're doing is taking you away from the job unless you're careful.So it's working about what you need. If you go and think I’ve got to shine in there. If you're not shining outside, you know, you're not going to do it.” The song at the beginning is a remix of my LondonTown tune by Andrew HydeAt the end is a clip of my Vampire For Your Love tune from my album ‘If you can’t make love make coffee’ available online, and also actual CDs if you want to contact me ;)Aims of this podcast - Love Your Creativity & Make MoneyThis podcast is about being a working creative from thoughts on marketing, budget to what techniques we can all use to get the work done and out there, no matter where you work full time as an actor, a choreographer or have a yearning to paint more over the weekends. The book on mental, practical and financial tips on ‘getting your art in gear’ is being launched soon.About me, Marysia TrembeckaI am at heart a storyteller and this has translated from the initial creation of work to being a performer, including film and theatre acting, writing and performing international touring comedy shows to MCing.Highlights include sell-out Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe shows, singing at the Royal Festival Hall in 23 different languages, as well as doing TEDx talks and corporate gigs, such as the Brit Awards Afterparty at the 02 as my ‘The Singing Psychic’ bio queen character.My ‘THE SINGING PSYCHIC’ who ‘reads the songs in your heart’ also has a GAME SHOW version, and was a finalist in Best Show, Funny Women in 2016, and I have toured internationally since then. I have also produced five webseries as the character including my 23 episode SONGS OF BREXIT webseries I made for the June 2016 EU Referendum, on the pros and cons of the EU, I started the web series singing The Clash’s ‘Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now’. It was very wll received due to the blend of education and entertainment, and I ended up on London Live and even a BBC2 Live Debate on the National Living Wage amongst other press of the back of that.I also was awarded Arts Council funding for research on a solo show on how we are all judged by our sexuality, so as part of that, I interviewed people on the cutting edge of sexual politics. From this I then created another character ‘Queen Of The F*cking World’ which has also toured internationally from Glasgow WOFF film festival in the female perspective strand to sell-out London, Edinburgh and Adelaide runs. I sing and play the bass guitar and guitar in this show.My film acting credits can be found on IMDB and indeed my projects are on my media gallery http://marysiatrembecka.com/media-gallery/Facebook Marysia TrembeckaTwitter instagram @MarysiaTMy London acting agent is Dulcie Huston, CCA Management#actress #creativity #actor #casting #makeart #workingactor

16mins

11 Mar 2021

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Episode 251: Paul Clayton interview

The Bad Wilf Podcast

Martyn is joined by actor, writer, producer and director, Paul Clayton. Paul is perhaps best known for his work on Peep Show, Him & Her and, Torchwood. The podcast is available from all good podcast services, such as but not limited to Spotify, Amazon Music, Podchaser, Player FM, Stitcher, and Apple Podcasts. We also have a Smartlink. Equipment used in the creation of this feature was purchased through a grant from Graeae and The Paul Hamlyn Foundation. If you’d like to support the show, then please shop via our Amazon link. A small percentage goes our way, at no extra cost to you. We also have a Ko-Fi. Check out Paul's website. Socials: Twitter: Paul Clayton-@ClaytonCast Martyn – @BadWilf Gerrod –@InGerrodsMind Pete – @BeeblePete Instagram: Podcast-@TheBWPodcast Martyn-@BadWilf Chris-@ChrisWalkerThomsonofficial Sam-@Sammichaelol TikTok Martyn-@BadWilf Sam-@SamMichaelol

45mins

25 Feb 2021

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How to live as healthy as possible for as long as possible * Simon Ward and Dr. Paul Clayton

Simon Ward, The High Performance Human Podcast

Living to 100 and getting my telegram from the Queen (actually it’ll probably be a king by then) has never really interested me that much. On the other hand, living until I’m in my mid 80’s and still having a full and active life - working, travelling, hanging out with friends, riding my bike - now that does interest me. I think I’ve said before that the triathletes I see crossing the Ironman finish line aged 80+ are a real inspiration. There is actually a term for living a healthy and active final stage of life and then passing away after a very short illness. It's called 'morbidity compression’ and today’s guest is an expert on how we can make this happen. Dr. Paul Clayton is a  clinical pharmacologist and pharmaco-nutritionist. He states, “I obsess about food, nutrition and health so that you don't have to”.  I don’t think I need to remind you that in recent years I’ve become much more focussed on health, and how nutrition plays a big part in this and subsequently in our athletic performance.  According to Dr. Clayton, we (as humans in the western world) are much less healthy than the mid Victorian navigators (the labourers who dug the canals and railways by hand). In fact, the Victorians were poster models for morbidity compression, with males enjoying life spans very smilier to our own but being healthy and active for much much longer. If you are interested in the actions that you can take to live a full and active life, then you’ll find many simple ideas in this podcast as we chat about: Why your athletic performance will always be sub-optimal if your nutrition is below par The Victorian navigator daily workload and why it would cripple most 21st century humans What your grandmother had in common with Hippocrates Why you should get an allotment You’ve finished an Ironman, but are you really that healthy? Dr. Clayton’s top tips on how to live a healthy and active old age Some advice for those who work night shifts, especially rotating shift patterns Why you should avoid the medical profession if you want to live long and healthy To follow Dr. Paul Clayton the best place is his website, https://drpaulclayton.eu/ And you should definitely visit the Blog page on Paul’s website HERE as well as the page titled ‘White Papers”  including the subject matter for this podcast Health Extension - a better road to life extension Dr. Clayton has written 5 books Strengthening your Immune system - How to fight infection, allergy and auto-immune disease Let Food be your Pharmaco-Nutrition After Atkins and other low carb diets Out of the Fire - why chronic inflammation is the root of all disease, and how to put out the flames Health Defence - how nutrition is the key to a maximum healthy lifespan We also talked about the working life and diet of the Mid Victorians. You can read more about those in these 3 papers, titled “An unsuitable and degraded diet? . . “ Part one: public health lessons from the mid-Victorian working class diet Part two: realities of the mid-Victorian diet Part three: Victorian consumption patterns and their health benefits For more information on health protocols, please email mdorricott@yahoo.com To find out more about Simon’s SWAT programme, please click HERE Visit Simon's website for more information about his coaching programmes Links to all of Simon's social media channels can be found here For any questions please email Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com

1hr

7 Oct 2020

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The Benefits Of Omega 3s With Dr. Paul Clayton (Leading Omega 3 Expert) (#88)

HEALTHY SKIN COACH

Dr. Paul Clayton's Website: https://drpaulclayton.eu/ Recommended Omega 3 Test & Oil:  BalanceTest: https://www.zinzino.com/2007290440/US/en-US/products/Premier-Offers/Balance-Kits/910298?  BalanceOil: https://www.zinzino.com/2007290440/US/en-US/products/Health/Balance/300000? My Website: https://www.thehealthyskincoach.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthyskincoach/message

1hr 6mins

10 Jul 2020

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Nutracast Podcast: Dr. Paul Clayton on cellular aging

NutraIngredients-USA Podcast

In recent years, research on aging has seen some major advancements, including the discovery that the rate of aging is controlled, at least to some extent. And according to Dr. Paul Clayton, who has researched, written and presented about the process of cellular aging, one’s chronological age and biological age are not necessarily the same. He says some people age faster than their calendar years, while others age more slowly.

28mins

15 May 2020

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Paul Clayton Interview

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Paul Clayton Interview by Guiseley Radio

40mins

17 Apr 2020

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S4 EP1 - Sophie's Parents with Paul Clayton!

Podcast Secrets of the Pharaohs - a Peep Show podcast

#sponsored - get your first case of beer for FREE with Beer52, the world's #1 beer club at: beer52.com/peep Use promo code PEEP to get 20% OFF with FREE shipping at manscaped.com #ad Help support the podcast with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/podcastpharaohs After a long break, we finally return to kick off series four! We begin with Sophie's Parents, and are thrilled to welcome special guest Paul Clayton to the show! We take a look at Mark meeting his in-laws for the first time, and how Jeremy ends up making the best impression of all... Paul tells us all about his time on the show, and answers ours (and your) questions.

2hr 14mins

16 Nov 2019

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