It was a “giant” role, literally, in Jack in the Bean Stalk, that started it
all for me. The “seed” was planted. In kindergarten.
Once grown to adult proportion, I was awarded
a scholarship to the American Musical and
Dramatic Academy in New York City, and immediately after my conservatory
training, I began working in the theatre. I won a company position at Stage 3 Theatre Company in Sonora,
California, where I worked for five years, honing and enhancing my craft. I was
cast in a wide range of roles including: Paul in Barefoot in the Park, Tom
in The Grapes
of Wrath, Ellard Simms in The Foreigner, Gary/Rodger
in Noises Off!,
and John Proctor in The Crucible,
amongst others. In 2012 I landed my
dream role as Hamlet.
Playing the Dane was a life altering experience.
My most passionate calling however, is film
and television work, which drew me to Los Angeles. I quickly landed the lead in
a short film portraying the DC Comic book hero John Constantine from the Hellblazer
Since then I have had starring roles in two
Pilots, and appeared in numerous short films. Loving this ride! When I’m not on stage or on set, I focus my
passion on my other craft, making medieval English longbows, and launching
arrows 200 yards into the grass, never to be seen again. I have been a devoted martial artist since
childhood, focusing my studies in the Japanese art of Budo-Taijutsu.