Hi, I've been acting off and on since 4th grade. Lots of musical theater as a singer/actor but dancing is so not my thing. Moved back to the DC area recently after doing 7 years in NYC. Lots of background work. Some commercials. A decent amount of staged readings. Was lots of fun and now looking what DC can do for me and vice versa. Oh, and typecast as cop/detective a lot. Not complaining - cause it's good work - just an observation that cracks me up.
Unique traits: Crying on cue.
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Television (Documentary and Crime) Actor There's something oddly fascinating about twins. Maybe it's the secret languages they create, their identical facade, or the rumors about how one can feel when the other is hurt. But when one twin turns bad, does the other stay pure of heart? Channeling sibling rivalries and deadly childhood pacts, Evil Twins follows true-crime mysteries surrounding real-life cases of these evil archetypes. Each episode reveals shocking stories of twins on the edge, from those who sleep with their twin's husband and set them up for murder to those who steal their identities and even come back from the dead. Written by ID
Television (Crime) Actor It's amazing the things that you can inherit from your family gene pool: blue eyes, a beautiful smile, a winning personality. But what about your family's less desirable traits? A grandfather's talent for swindling, an aunt's knack for aggravated assault or even a father's flair for murder.... can you actually inherit evil from your family tree? Evil Kin begs this question as well as whether psychopathic behavior is pre-programmed. From siblings who conspire to kill their parents, to three brothers who grow up independently to become a serial killer, a rapist and a mercenary, Evil Kin follows true-crime mysteries surrounding bone-chilling cases that prove blood is always thicker than water. Written by ID
Pie in the Sky
Film (Short, Comedy and Family) Actor A dark comedy that focuses on a sheltered, pubescent girl struggling with new feelings of arousal and stuck with a burning question her religious and strict parents refuse to answer, all leading to a shocking church catastrophe.
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A Crime to Remember
Television by Christine Connor (Documentary and Crime) Actor A look back at famous cases from the past.
Television (Crime) Actor When it comes to murder, no detective starts their search at the beginning of the crime. Rather, a murder investigation always begins with the body, after the deed is done. It is up to the police to piece together the story, moving backwards in time until they arrive at the root of the crime. In REDRUM, viewers follow the backwards tale of murder from false motives and mistaken witnesses to conversations taken completely out of context, until the truth finally comes out at the very end. Written by Investigation Discovery Publicity
Towson University (Towson, MD)