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Hey there and thanks for visiting my website!

 

After long careers as a dancer and playwright, I've branched out into even greater passions: acting and screenwriting.  After a string of stage roles and supporting roles in short films and indies, I played "Richard Clarke" in Rob Lowe's Liberty or Death: Boston Tea Party, and recently shot a Super Bowl commercial with Drew Barrymore. 

 

My first short film, THE BIG GUN, premiered at Brightside Film Festival in 2024 where I was nominated for Best Actor and was runner-up in the Best Short Film category. 

 

I also act and write regularly with REEL ARC, New York's premiere service for actors' demo reels. Some of my  favorite stage roles are "Joe" in The Shadow Box,  "Marcus" in Arthur Miller's The Archbishop's Palace, and “Steve” in Tennessee Williams' Small Craft Warnings, all produced by Regeneration Theatre.

 

I also loved playing both "Tokio," the boxing trainer, and “Eddie Fuseli,” the mobster, in two consecutive productions of Clifford Odets' Golden Boy.

My first full-lenght screenplay is  Muskego Lake, and my latest plays are Dennis and Sebastian, a gothic prequel to Suddenly Last Summer. My dance play Joey Variations (semi-finalist at both Lark Play Development Center and the O’Neill Playwrights Conference) was an award-winning favorite at the 2016 New York Fringe Festival.

 

My ANTHOLOGY OF SHORT PLAYS AND MONOLOGUES is available through Amazon. My short plays The Sweat; Ripple Effect; 8th Wonder; and Second Son have been winners and finalists at several festivals. I'm an alumni of NYU and a member of the Dramatists Guild.

Otherwise, I'm just a dancin', canine-crazed fellow with a big-city vibe and a small-town heart. 

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