Paul Reubens joined Sarasota High School where he completed his early education. While he was studying in his school, he became the president of National Thespian Society. Later, he joined Northwestern University for his higher education. He began his career as an improvisational comedian and stage actor.
Paul made his movie debut in a comedy film spoofing televangelism, Pray TV, which was directed by Rick Friedberg. In the same year, he appeared in American comedy movie, Midnight Madness, which was directed by Michael Nankin. The co-stars of this movie are Dirk Blocker, David Naughton, Michael J. Fox, and Stephen Furst.
After some years, Paul appeared in an American superhero movie, Batman Returns which was directed by Tim Burton. The co-stars of this movie are Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Murphy, Christopher Walken, and Pat Hingle. The movie became a huge hit and made a collection of $266.8 million at the box office against the budget of $80 million.
Similarly, Paul has appeared in numerous movies and television series including, The Blues Brothers, Cheech & Chong's Next Movie, Pandemonium, Pee-wee's Big Adventure, Flight of the Navigator, Accidental Love, Mork & Mindy, Saturday Night Live, Everybody Loves Raymond, Penn Zero: Part-Time, Gotham, and Mosaic.
Regarding Paul's nationality and ethnicity. He is married to his longtime girlfriend, however, he doesn't want to expose his marital status and wife in media. There were also rumors that he is a gay, however, there is no evidence to substantiate the rumor. He seems happy with his spouse with no probable divorce.
As a popular actor and film producer, Paul earns a huge amount of money from his professional acting career. Previously, his net worth was $5 million, however, his current net worth and salary is under review.