Adam Paul is an American actor, writer, and director whose work in the film and television industry includes roles on popular shows like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Star Trek Enterprise" and films like "The Informant!. " Paul began his career in 1994 as a voiceover artist for the videogame "Tekkaman Blade 2," and he has since worked on such games as "Resident Evil," "Final Fantasy X-2," and "Kingdom Hearts II." After a small role in the 1996 TV biopic "Norma Jean & Marilyn," Paul landed work as a voiceover actor on the English-language version of Hayao Miyazaki's epic film "Princess Mononoke." He has also provided voiceover work on several episodes of the cult underground animated show "Invader ZIM" and the 2002 film "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron." In 2004 Paul co-wrote the short film "King of the Moon" and portrayed astronaut Buzz Aldrin fighting with Neil Armstrong to be the first man to walk on the moon. The following year he wrote and directed the independent comedy "I'm Not Gay," about two male friends who are accidentally mistaken for a gay couple. Paul, who also appeared in a supporting role, cast his then-wife, comedian Rachael Harris, in the short film. He has since starred in the cable comedy series "Hollywood Residential" as a clumsy celebrity home-makeover TV show host, landed roles on shows like "Weeds" and "How I Met Your Mother," and appeared as an FBI agent in the whistleblower thriller "The Informant!."