Welcome to my website. One of my long-time best friends put it together for me. Thanks Scott.

It's been over 20 years since I moved to Los Angeles to pursue my acting and I'm proud to say that I'm still here doing what I love doing. I've had the pleasure of working with so many talented actors, directors and writers over the years that it is hard to name them all. First, let me give a big shout out to my family of follow actors and artists at Theatre Banshee (www.theatrebanshee.org) where I have been a member of this award winning and highly respected theatre company since 2004. My Theatre Banshee productions have included; Seyton/Porter in Macbeth, Prince Philippe in POWER, Barney in Dockers, and Vernon/Gadshill/Northumberland/Archbishop (understudy) in Henry IV-Part I.

In addition to my productions with Theatre Banshee, some of my favorite stage credits include; portraying Oscar Wilde (understudy) in Carved In Stone, America's Next Top Bottom (New York Fringe Festival: Actor's Playhouse), Kingdom Come, Lysistrata, A Flea In Her Ear (Inland Theatre League Award: Best Actor), Bad Habits, The Fourposter, Pecker Patter, Stray Dog Story, Line, etc.

Film credits include; The Whisperer In Darkness, The Devil's Tomb, Interviewing Norman, The Chameleon, and Long-Term Relationship where I played a role that seems to be my trademark...the bitchy waiter. Every working actor has their "how I finally got my SAG card story". I earned my SAG card in 1999 by doing 5 days of background work on the movie, Galaxy Quest (now a cult classic), as one of the "good" aliens. Look for me in the letterbox version in a scene with Alan Rickman as he is comforting a fellow wounded alien (I'm the second alien to the left).

My recent TV pilots include; Brookwood Sleazebags with Judd Nelson and Chris Owen (American Pie) where I played a bitchy restaurant manager (see, I get that a lot) and Repo Vegas for truTV where I played a Liberace impersonator who gets his pink Cadillac repossessed (what can I say, I have my own Liberace costume thanks to many years of doing sketch comedy).

A big thank you to my college theatre professors (Susie Rudisill, Bill Slout, Dr. Ronald Barnes among many others) at California State University San Bernardino (B.A. Theatre Arts, 1988) who taught me that it isn't the destination, it's the journey.

My love of comedy and making people laugh has kept me going through many hard times. Since 2000 I have enjoyed doing stand-up comedy all around Los Angeles. I am a graduate of the prestigious Groundlings Comedy Improv Theatre.

Member of SAG / AFTRA / AEA. Represented by Affinity Artists Agency (323) 525-1221 (commercial), (323) 525-0577 (theatrical).


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