I was the quiet guy in high school who hardly ever said a word, but got along with everyone. Acting was an interest but one I never pursued, because I was too shy and quiet.
Less than a year after high school something happened that forever changed my life, I lost my brother Peter. He was more than just a brother he was my best friend. Now in a strange way I’m lucky, because I know that he is my guardian angel. It took me a few years to start practicing what I had been preaching since my loss, and that is “to live each day to the fullest, because you never know which day is your last.” The reality of my preaching set in the night I first attended an Adult Education Acting course, at a local public school. As nervous as I was when I first stepped in that classroom, I walked out knowing something in me had changed or woken up. Since that night, I realized that I wanted to be an actor and I have pursued it ever since.
There have been many twists and turns in the road. I started out doing extra work, where I learned how things work on a set, and day rep at a community theater, where I got my feet wet on the stage. Doing those things, though, I knew I needed something more, if I was going to be ready when my opportunity came. That’s when I was lucky enough to find the Atlantic Theater Company’s Acting School.
I would recommend the Atlantic to anyone, because it gave me so much. It surrounded me with some of the best people that I have ever met in my life, between both the students and the faculty. It also gave me the perfect environment to explore myself as a person, and I learned so much about myself in my 2 years there. One of the things I love most about acting is that I get to explore who I am and why we as people do what we do. During my time at the Atlantic and since my time there I have done various plays and both independent and student films. Also, you may have even seen me on One Life to Live as a Campaign Worker for Daniel Colson. Now the road has taken me west, to Los Angeles. Who knows where the road will take me next? But I know I’ll be happy to go wherever it may lead me.
I hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little about who I am. Please feel free to contact me if you feel I may be right for a role you’re casting or if you think I might be someone that you would consider representing. Thank you for taking your time to look at my site. I hope you have a great day.