Alex Pall’s Djing Passion and the Reality It Became through the Chainsmokers

The Chainsmokers have carved out their niche in the entertainment industry. With hits that include “Closer,” “Don’t let me down” and “Roses,” it is clear that the dynamic duo is going to greater heights. Of the two friends and partners, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, Alex Pall story talks of how passion can pay.

Alex was a DJ when growing up in Westchester. It was his hobby. He moved to New York to kick-start his career. For many, Alex included, having your hobby as a full-time job is often frowned upon. So most people will end up looking for a 9 to 5 job to convince themselves they are doing life right. This is the direction Alex took. His DJing became his part-time job as he worked in Manhattan at a gallery by day. He was good and Adam Alpert, his manager, was not about to let his talent go to waste.

Adam introduced Alex to Drew, and they started working together. Andrew Taggart, Drew, met Alex when he was in college and he too had taken an interest in DJing. Both had a passion for dance music as is evident in their tracks. The success of their partnership was pegged on their commitment to their music careers. So Alex quit his job, moved to Maine and together they worked on what is today The Chainsmokers.

9 to 5 jobs have worked for many, but for others, they have stifled their talents and passions. It is clear as with Alex’s story that passion can pay your bills. Moreover, your talent or passion can accord you the life you always dreamt of. All you need to do is take the bold step to believe in yourself, put in the work and live life.

The journey through life was not meant to be a footnote. Instead, it was meant to a book detailing your journey one chapter after the next. Such is the path taken by The Chainsmokers, and it is one you too can take. Find the right partners, dare to dream and most importantly, put in the work to make your passions a reality.
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Paul Wesley

Actor, producer, director, Paul Wesley, was born on July 23, 1982 to Polish immigrant parents, Tomasz and Agnieszka Wasilewski. Paul was raised, with his three sisters, in Marlboro Township, New Jersey. Wesley was, by his own admission, something of a troublemaker as a teen, and was expelled from school twice before settling down.

It was theater classes in high school that led Paul Wesley to his first professional role on the soap opera, “Another World.” Though Wesley later entered Rutgers University, more acting job offers made it obvious acting was the path he should follow.

Paul Wesley appeared in numerous television series, including “CSI, Special Victims Unit,” as a member of the cast of “Wolf Lake,” and a recurring role in “American Dreams.” Eventually, he was offered a lead role in “The Vampire Diaries,” where he played vampire Stefan Salvatore. During a nine year run, Wesley brought out his undead character’s struggle to hold on to his humanity. After the 2014 season of Vampire Diaries, Wesley accepted the role of an unscrupulous cousin of the lead in the romantic comedy, “Amira and Sam.”
Paul Wesley
In addition to acting, Paul Wesley has also taken on directing and producing. He directed five episodes of Vampire Diaries. In 2017, he returned to television to direct an episode of “Shadowhunters.” As executive producer Paul took charge of the eighth season of the Vampire Diaries”. Later, he served as producer and associate producer for, “Norman” 2010, and “Before I Disappear”(2014).

Paul Wesley
Following “Vampire Diaries,” Paul Wesley had his New York stage debut in 2016. Appearing in William Francis Hoffman’s “Cal in Camo,” Wesley’s performance as the brother of the lead character, Cal was “superbly vulnerable,” according to one reviewer.

Paul Wesley

Now living in Los Angeles, Paul Wesley is currently producing several new television series for Warner Brothers.