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Paul Andrew Schneider (born March 16, 1976) is an American actor widely known for his role as Mark Brendanawicz on the first two seasons of the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.He won a Best Actor in a Narrative Feature award at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival for his performance in Angus Maclachlan's Goodbye to All That and the Best Supporting Actor Award from the National Society of Film Critics for his performance as Charles Armitage Brown in Bright Star.In 2009, Schneider appeared as Charles Armitage Brown in the film Bright Star, for which he won the Best Supporting Actor Award from the National Society of Film Critics.The award was shared with Christoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds.
If you keep your overhead low you can do that stuff. It’s really a wonderful spot to be in the more I realize I need less to make me happy. “The Assassination of Jesse James” finally has more respect than it did when it came out in 2007.
How much did you and Lynskey talk about your characters’ history and what led up to the breakup? I think if you work on the scenes that you’re playing enough, the back story — that work will feel like it’s been done. Essentially you’re doing something for the first time and you are filming it, and it’s very possible that the very first time you do something will be what is shown to possibly a large number of people. Jane Campion fought really hard for two weeks of rehearsal for “Bright Star,” and we got really close. There are people that need you for things, and you have to try on this costume and you need to get this physical and you need to go here and you need to go there.
But it’s tough, because you’re under a lot of pressure. What other profession in the world do you take something you’ve never practiced before and beam that out to potentially an enormous number of people? And the only time you have to figure out what you’re doing is when you’re alone before you start production.
He’s in Brooklyn, and these days he’s happy to act as infrequently as possible. He first came to prominence when his friend David Gordon Green directed his script of “All the Real Girls,” which starred him and Zooey Deschanel.
He proceeds back into the world of dating, which he finds a lot easier thanks to the Internet. There are absurdist, comic elements, but Lynskey’s character seems to be in a more serious film. I think better actors than me have taught us that if you take these situations seriously, you make them funnier.