I have been acting for twenty years on every kind of stage and set. From playing historical characters for tv shows like "Monumental Mysteries", to originating the title role of a newly written blackbox play, to sharing the screen with Eric Roberts in a film festival, to sword fighting in an outdoor production for audiences in Riverside Park. I have done many self tape auditions to the point where the guy I hired as my reader started asking me to be his reader because he liked doing scenes with me so much.
I know a lot about how scenes work and how people work. I studied Stories & Society at the NYU Gallatin School where I founded the improv group "After School Special", and wrote and directed a Shakespearean satire play. Feel free to ask for feedback and try out different takes with me. I have abundant experience with improv and analyzing scripts, and I'm always eager for more.
I have acted on a wide array of sets and stages, including TV shows, improv at the PIT, musicals, independent films, blackbox plays, outdoor Shakespeare, and comedic web series.
With extensive improv experience I am quick to take direction, come up with intriguing characters, and spark a good performance with scene partners. I know a lot about how stories work and how people work. I studied Stories & Society at the NYU Gallatin School where I founded the improv group "After School Special", and wrote and directed a Shakespearean satire play. I have also studied with Susan Batson , the Barrow Group, Scotty Watson, and the Fiasco theater company.
Some of my favorite roles include Renfield in "Dracula", Hero in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", Flute in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Baron Wotspur in "The Man in the Iron Mask", and Sam in "Sam Did Something". I'm excited for plenty more.