"Paul Field" AM (b. May 3, 1961) is Anthony's oldest brother who is best known as one of the founding members of the Sydney pop music group The Cockroaches and formerly known as general manager of operations for the children's music group The Wiggles. In 1998, at the request of his brother Anthony, Field became The Wiggles' general operations manager. In 1995, he played as a character which is Captain Feathersword in Big Red Car. In 1998, he played the role of the dog catcher in Wiggle Time! (1998 video). At first, he booked venues at unusual settings throughout Sydney, New South Wales, and Eastern Australia, "mainly pre-schools, RSLs and theatres". By 2007, he produced and directed their videos and oversaw their consumer products. As general manager of The Wiggles, Anthony Field has said, "I totally trust Paul; he is an honest man".
Paul has expressed an appreciation for the development of The Wiggles coming out of the tragedy of his oldest daughter's death. "When I think of how much joy The Wiggles have brought to children, it's good to know that out of an event so horrifying, something good has come", Field has said. Field has his daughter's name tattooed on his right arm, and the names of his four other children on his left arm, something his younger brother Anthony has emulated when he had the names of his three children tattooed on his arms. Paul Field's children have appeared in several of The Wiggles' videos and television programs.
On March 30, 2020, Paul Field and The Wiggles parted ways. 
- Paul made a cameo appearance in Wiggledance!.
- Paul wrote songs for The Wiggles such as Move Your Arms Like Henry.
- Paul was a member of The Manzillas.
- On January 26, 2020, Paul was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM).
- He still owns The Wiggles, although his name is on the back cover of their Australian and US DVDs.