Paul Sculfor is a British male model as well as a TV and film actor. He is one of the leading world male models having won a modeling competition at the age of 21, when he won 'The Face of 92' in association with Select Model Management and the Daily Mirror. Paul was unaware his mother had entered him in the competition, he was in the hospital having had his appendix removed when he received the letter saying he was in the finals of the competition - alongside Rod Stewart's wife Penny Lancaster. The judges included Tandy, the owner of Select Model Management and Gary Stretch. Paul's first modeling job was for The Face magazine and in the autumn of 1993, Paul worked alongside Bridget Hall on the winter/fall 1993 campaign for Banana Republic, shot by prolific photographer Bruce Weber. The campaign featured on billboards all over New York’s Times Square. Paul soon moved to Europe where he was working out of Milan and Paris with the likes of Giorgio Armani, Versace, and Jean Paul Gaultier, Paul Smith and Valentino. In 1994 Paul and Laurence Vanhaeverbeke modeled for the Christian Dior fragrance Tendre Poison, which was photographed by Tyen and the campaign ran for three years.