I'm an actor, teaching artist, writer, and avid Sailor Moon enthusiast. Growing up outside the very artistic and cheese-steaky city of Philadelphia, I was exposed to theater at a young age; at 6, I mimicked the majority of Bill Irwin and David Shiner’s hit play “Fool Moon,” to the bemusement and terror of my parents. I attended Skidmore College where I studied Theater and Japanese. I also froze his patooty off in Russia, where I studied abroad at the Moscow Art Theatre and intensified my love of Chekhov and cabbage soup.
I am currently a Swing for the Off Broadway production of Puffs at New World Stages. I cover all six of the male tracks and have performed multiple times. The New York Times calls Puffs a play that “Exudes a jovial, winking fondness for all things Harry.” It was also a nominee for Best Unique Theatrical Experience at the Off Broadway Alliance Awards. I look forward to continuing my performances with the Puffs family.
Previous credits include joining The Bats at the Flea Theater from 2012 to 2015, where he appeared in Restoration Comedy, The Shakes: Romeo and Juliet, The Cutthroat Series: The Blind, and many, many #serials@theflea. I have also appeared in The Bacchae (Secret Theatre); Vera; or the Nihilists (HERE Arts Center) with Femme Fatale Theater; New George's One Minute Play Festival (New York City Center); The Accident (Williamstown Theater Workshop), A Girl Without Wings (Iati Theater); Catacombs and Hurricanos (Dixon Place), among others. I starred in the short film Clover as a leprechaun, although I am definitely, 100% not Irish.
I am also a Teaching Artist specializing in teaching Acting and Improvisation to children in grades Kindergarten-5th grade. I currently work with both Wingspan Arts and the Queens Theatre. I have traveled to Slovakia, Ecuador and recently Tanzania with Dramatic Adventure Theater, creating devised theater and teaching children in underprivileged communities acting and play-writing. Besides performing, I enjoy speaking faltering Japanese, collecting books (and reading them, I guess), and making jokes that only make me laugh.
Thanks for visiting!