Exciting News!

Booked a lead role in the upcoming Columbia MFA Thesis short film “Punishers” as “The Man”

Booked the role of “The Young Man” in an online production of Edward Albee’s one act “The American Dream” - Performance Tuesday 6/15 @ 7pm

Upcoming level 2 improv show with The Magnet Theatre - Thursday 7/1 @ 7pm

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My Story

Born in Boston, MA.... Based in NYC...

I got my first taste of acting in preschool where the children would perform a Nativity Play for our parents every Christmas. I was always adamant on playing a sheep or a donkey as I've always loved animals...

Over the years I've been drawn to captivating stories and characters, always seeking out roles as interesting and engaging as my early portrayals of livestock. After graduating with a B.A. in Psychology I focused on my craft - completing the incredible two year Meisner training program at the William Esper Studio followed by three semesters of Master Class with Bill himself.

I consider myself blessed to have had opportunities to play fascinating and varied characters both on stage and on camera. Some favorites include Trip in Other Desert Cities, Lt. Daniel Kaffee in A Few Good Men, and Hal in Proof. Recent original works on camera include characters such as Michael, an entitled, arrogant and often offensive silver spoon born executive who may or may not be hiding a secret in the short comedy Make Dating Great Again, Ricky, a dogged conspiracy theorist determined to destroy a mind controlling, government modified electrical tower in the psychedelic/sci-fi/buddy/comedy Beware the Psycho Spire, and American Hero Neil Armstrong in the what if, historical fiction short Step, Leap.