Paul Frederick Simon born on 13 October 1941 in Newark to Louis Simon and Belle (?). He is a citizen of United States of America. Paul Simon was educated at Queens College, Brooklyn Law School and Forest Hills High School.
Paul Simon plays bass guitar, voice, singing and guitar. He sings tenor. He is an American musician, songwriter and producer.
Paul Simon has had three spouses: Carrie Fisher, Peggy Harper and Edie Brickell. He has four children Harper Simon, Adrian Edward Simon, Lulu Simon and Gabriel Elijiah Simon. He has one sibling Eddie Simon.
Paul Simon has worked as a singer, songwriter, record producer, singer-songwriter, composer, actor, musician, guitarist, film actor, television actor and recording artist. He has been a member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has has won Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Polar Music Prize, Primetime Emmy Award, MusiCares Person of the Year, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Kennedy Center Honors, Gershwin Prize, Johnny Mercer Award and Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
He is also known as Paul Frederic Simon and Jerry Landis.