Meet Paul “Arbil” Higgins, singer, actor, and more. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, but raise in Compton, California, Paul L. “Arbil” Higgins played in the marching band trumpet and was active in drama class before graduating from Dominguez High School in 1974. Two years later and after studying cosmetology, he created the new look of the group, Switch, and became the personal hair stylist of Jermaine Jackson for the cover of his Let’s Get Serious album.
In 1992 Paul had a role in the movie, The Mambo Kings. Subsequentlyhe became a member of the Screen Actors Guild and the ASCAP. Later he garnered a major role in the movie, Riot, and landed another role in The Replacement Killers. In 2002 he studied to become a film director at American Film Institute and in 2004 he uploaded on YouTube the first all Afro-American soap opera entitled, Paternal Longings, Mini Soap, Parts One and Two; and a video poetry entitled The Face of Crazy. Paul’s debut album, Love Me, was produced in 2007 by Michael Mann.
Currently, Paul is active at St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Los Angeles as a Minister of Music. Additionally, because community service is very important to him, he actively coaches baseball with at risk-youth for the Baldwin Hills Park community. He supports community organizations such as the YMCA, the Dept. of Social Services, and the Foster Parenting Assn.
Networking, politics and charity drives surround his everyday activities. A bachelor, Paul humbly resides in Los Angeles.
Visit Arbil at www.facebook.com/thaaudition
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