This past February I was a guest on the Pack Improv Theater Podcast with Miles Stroth.
It was honor to discuss improv with Miles for a half hour before jumping into a two person set together. Miles Stroth runs the Pack Theater here in Los Angeles and trained extensively with the man himself, Del Close. He was a member of the infamous long-form team The Family. Check out the podcast here or on iTunes here. Special thanks to Brian James O’Connell for setting the whole thing up.
In November 2015, I booked a commercial after one of the most intense and lengthy audition processes ever. You have to stick with it, even when the callbacks keep coming. You never know when it will pay off. More to come once this fine piece is released.
If the 86th Academy Awards taught us anything, it’s that versatility is king. Both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto transformed themselves for their Oscar winning performances outshining other actors who didn’t transform themselves as much.
Actors, it’s time for new headshots. Make the Casting Director’s job easy by showing them your range. Here are my new headshots demonstrating that I’m bookable in a wide variety of roles. (more…)
“The Crack” delivers beautifully crafted images that compel cultural, social, and spiritual reflection all while delivering unexpectedly delightful and shameless moments of physical comedy. This short film explores the pivotal shift in the lives of Helen and Roger, two extremely ordinary citizens, who have taken a day to themselves at the beach. Content to soak in the sun and natural beauty, the ocean delivers an unexpected invitation to a world and life beyond the edge of their known reality.
Like a fault-line splitting under the immense pressure of shifting geological plates, The Crack will shatter your artistic sense of reason and tickle your good, whimsical taste. A rift in time? A portal through space? What hides amongst the froth of the waves striking hard on sea side rocks?
We shot the 8 minute short over two weekends in August, 2013.
I’ve been working on this fun little piece by the guy who did that little show The West Wing and that tiny movie The Social Network. Hidden in This Picture was written in 1988 and premiered off-off Broadway.
Looking at his Wikipedia page, interesting to learn that Sorkin wrote the play A Few Good Men. I didn’t know that was a play! Tom Cruise in a play!?