Film, Television, and Theatre Credits.

In October 2015 Pavel appeared in a TV Commercial for Vodafone Broadband.

In November american audiences saw him as 'Fergus' in A CROWN FOR CHRISTMAS a Rom-Com Directed by Alex Zamm for the Hallmark Channel with co-stars Danica McKellar and Rupert Penry-Jones. 

For the third year in succession he was also part of the Actors Table Read Team at The London Screenwriters Festival as both Actor and Director. 

In 2013 Pavel filmed as 'Peter' in UNKNOWN HEART for Gate Television, Directed by Giles Forster.

In 2012 he toured as 'Father Patrick Kennedy' in BURSARY BOY a new two-hander play with Ed Browning, written by Dougie Blaxland and directed by Ian McGlynn for Provocation TC. Following the last weeks of a guilt-ridden pedophile priest; this was theatre exposing life and the art of Catholic cover-up. A "one in a million" five star review can be read by clicking HERE.                

He also filmed a spoof 007 trailer as 'M' with Robson Green as the eponymous Bond in THE NAME'S GREEN, ROBSON GREEN for Channel 5. You can view it by clicking HERE.

2011 saw him in a run of 4 Star reviewed WATER'S NOT SO THICK by Gill Kirk at The Rondo Theatre in Bath playing 'Donald', and in 'Objects of Desire' an episode of NEW TRICKS as 'Greg Hazlett' (dodgy antiques dealer and murderer!) for the BBC.

In December 2010 he starred as 'Angie' - less Dame more man-eating Cougar, in the adult oriented smash hit pantomime ANTI-PANTO again at the Rondo Theatre in Bath. However Christmas 2011 saw him in an altogether different guise as Game-Show Host 'Victor Manly' reprising the role once again for Christmas 2012.

Previous television appearances were as 'Jonathon Owen' in 'Together Alone' a standalone episode of HOLBY CITY directed by Daikin Marsh for BBC One, and as 'Commander John McDowell' in STOCKWELL; a drama covering the last unfortunate day of Jean Charles deMenezes, for ITV. 

In 2007 Pavel was nominated by the BBC at the British Soap Awards as Villain of the Year for his Regular Lead Role as 'Chief Superintendent Leo Jackson' in DOCTORS. With his co-star Diane Keene he picked up BEST SINGLE EPISODE at the Soap Awards and, in the same year, BEST DRAMA at the Midlands Region Royal Television Society Awards. Click HERE to view the episode.

Pavel is well known for his many Series Regular Lead roles such as that of 'Lord Felsham' in all 5 series of LOVEJOY, The Gangland Boss 'Gregory Mantel' in EASTENDERS, the Barrister 'Patrick Johnston' in RIVER CITY for BBC Scotland, and 'Lord Edward Covington' in the International Soap RIVIERA. 

Television credits include HOLLYOAKS, BERGERAC, RUNAWAY BAY, CAPITAL CITY, FIRST AMONG EQUALS, JAMAICA INN, THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAE, 2 series of ROBIN OF SHERWOOD, and WIDOWS 2. Pavel was Guest Villain 'Nigel Wheeler' in HEARTBEAT for YTV, 'Lord Bern' in PRINCE CASPIAN and the VOYAGE of THE DAWN TREADER for the BBC, and 'Chris Duncan' in SILENT WITNESS/SUPERNOVA again for the BBC.  

As a fluent French speaker he co-starred in INTRIGUES, a two-hander Play for Today on French Television. 

  

He has had Guest Star billing in various feature films including 'Charles Devon' in PASSPORT TO MURDER for NBC, 'Edouard Astier' in TATTLE TALE for HBO/Canal +, and was also 'The French Warship Captain' in GOLDENEYE directed by Martin Campbell for Eon/United Artists. In DRIVEN directed by Bharat Nalluri he played the psychotic killer 'Doc', and in 2007 the French 'garagiste' and con man 'Louis' in OUT THERE directed by Ed McGown for White Light Films.

Pavel is also a Presenter and Compere, and as one of the UK's leading Audio Artistes is, among other things, the voice of 'Big Ears' and 'PC Plod' in the daily MAKE WAY FOR NODDY on British Channel 5. 

He is an alumnus of East 15 Acting School, has been a member of The Natural Theatre Company in Bath since 1976 as an Actor and Director, is a founder member of Fine Artistes, and imin ltd, and is a regular contributor to the Script Factory and Engage/Nova Project at the Bath Theatre Royal.

Theatre credits include The Edinburgh Traverse, The Lindsay Kemp Troupe, Glasgow Citizens, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Sheffield Crucible, Wessex Opera, Hampstead Theatre, The Tobacco Factory - Bristol, The Rondo Theatre - Bath, The Ustinov - Bath, and The Bristol Old Vic. 

Behind the cameras he worked extensively in the Costume Departments of Thames Television and HTV. As a Theatre Director he has worked in England, France, and the USA.