When I was a kid, I thought it would be a real blast to act.
As I got a little older, I realized just how unlikely it is to "make it" as an actor, so I found something else I enjoy and pursued an entirely different career altogether.
But, hey, it's New York City and you're supposed to multi-task, right? So, I kept acting, picking up an improv class here, a Method acting class there. And lo and behold, I found myself with two careers.
Now, I'm no Leonardo DiCaprio. Or Robert Downey Jr. Or... well, take your pick. But if you watch TV, you've probably seen or heard me at some point over the years. And I consider myself darn lucky that I can say that. (Lucky, with a strong dose of "I've worked my butt off, too").
Primarily, I'm a comedic actor who’s performed many improv and sketch shows at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater and starred in a bunch of commercials, shorts and indie films. Recently: “A Good Man” which just screened at Lincoln Center as part of the Columbia University Film Festival and “Callie Wants a Solo” which made a splash at film festivals such as the Brooklyn Short Film Festival and the NYC Independent Film Festival, among others. On the dramatic front, I've trained with Tony Greco (a truly great Method Acting teacher), Michael Howard and done multiple workshops with the likes of Philip Seymour Hoffman, Stanley Tucci, Anne Bogart, LAByrinth Theater Company and more.
If you're looking to book me, great! You've got impeccable taste. Drop me or my agent a line.
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