Paul Addleman

  Administrative Assistant, Marching Band
  (310) 206-9425

Paul Addleman is the Administrative Assistant for the Bruin Marching Band. He graduated from UCLA in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Anthropology, and a minor in French.  He played trombone in the UCLA Marching Band for four years, serving as the Trombone Section Leader and Rank Leader. Paul traveled widely with the Bruin Band, playing at several out-of-state football games and attending four different March Madness tournaments throughout the U.S.A. for both men's and women's Basketball, and performed in the Band's national commercials for both Honda and McDonalds. 

Paul was a member of the UCLA Chorale and the Gentleman's Choir.  He traveled to China with the UCLA Choir and sang to sold-out concert halls in Beijing and Shanghai.  Paul was a Campus Tour Guide at UCLA where he was singled out to provide tours to members of the Saudi royal family and the International executive team from Toyota Corporation.  Upon graduation, Paul received an award for giving more public tours than any other UCLA student ever.  While at UCLA, he completed an internship with National Geographic Feature Films and studied Business French in Paris.  In addiiton, Fox Sports Network chose Paul to narrate their John Wooden tribute on the show, "Runnin' with the PAC."

Paul's most recent position at Warner Brothers Studio included studio show lead and liaison to "The Real."  He also provided studio assistance for "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "Conan."  In his other Warner Brothers position as a bilingual tour guide, he took the initiative to develop a pilot program to give French speaking studio tours.  This successful program now offers French Studio tours five days a week and lures French-speaking guides.