Paul Hoffman found incredible success as an accomplished actor, appearing in a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career. Hoffman's earliest roles were in film, including the Macdonald Carey drama "Mystery Submarine" (1950), the spy thriller "Assignment - Paris" (1952) with Dana Andrews and the Lew Ayres horror film "Donovan's Brain" (1953). He also appeared in the crime picture "Rogue Cop" (1954) with Robert Taylor. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the drama "Tennessee Champ" (1954) with Shelley Winters, the crime feature "Creature With the Atom Brain" (1955) with Richard Denning and "Odds Against Tomorrow" (1959). He also appeared in "Freewheelin'" (1976) with William Cleary. Hoffman had a number of different projects under his belt in the eighties through the early 2000s, including "Jaegerschlacht" with Stephan Bernd (1982), "Sam Kinison: Why Did We Laugh?" (Comedy Central, 1999-2000) and "The Wisdom of Crocodiles" (2000). Hoffman most recently wrote the thriller "Superstition" (2002) with Sienna Guillory.