Paul Amadeus Lane

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Born (1977-11-23) November 23, 1977 (age 46)
Compton, California, U.S.
Other names
  • Deus
  • Amadeus
CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Radio Personality
  • Brand Ambassador
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Journalist
Years active2007-present
Notable work
Accessibility Consultant on The Last of Us Part II

Paul Amadeus Lane is an American Disabled journalist / Multimedia Media Host. Born in Compton, California.

Early years

Paul Lane was involved in a multi-car collision that left him a C-6 Quadriplegic and confined to a wheelchair. He and his doctors believed that he only had 72 hours left in his life. Paul ended up spending 8 months in a hospital recovering.

Disability advocate

Paul was an accessibility consultant, working with Sony PlayStation's Worldwide Studios, on The Last of Us Part II. Featured in Google Android short film, My Voice Is My Power[1]

He is also a gamer and shares the frustrations and the challenges he has with the video gaming industry to bring about change.

Radio host

Started career in broadcasting in 2007 as an overnight news production assistant is CBS radio KFWB 980 a.m. in Los Angeles California. Current host of the Tech zone ABC News radio affiliate KMET-AM in southern California. Current podcast hosts for the United spinal Association podcast United on wheels since this year.

Soon-to-launch digital media company Amadeus 4th Media

In the media



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