Paul Korver joined the long-running CBS daytime drama As the World Turns in September 1999 as Chris Hughes, son of Bob and Kim Hughes.

Korver was born in Hartville, OH, and moved to Bellevue, WA at the age of five, with his parents, Gig and Marilyn. When he was twelve, he moved again to Pleasanton, CA, where he graduated from Amador Valley High. He then attended UCLA, from which he holds a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology. He has two younger brothers, Matthew and Kevin, and a younger sister, Meleah.

The actor starred in the TNT movie Chips '99. His theater credits include Broken Heart, House of Blue Leaves and What Were You Thinking.

Korver volunteered with homeless teens in Hollywood, and worked in East L.A. to help organize immigrant laborers into unions. When asked what his most interesting job was, he replied, "Making a documentary on the women in the Zapatista indigenous army in Chiapas, Mexico." In addition, he is currently at work on his second screenplay.

In his spare time, Korver enjoys antique hunting and playing football and guitar. His birthday is November 18. He currently resides in New York City.