past decade. He has won acclaim for his sharp comedic timing and for his incredible depth in the dramatic arts.
Ozzie has impressed audiences by making us laugh with films, such as Love Thy Neighbor, The F Word, and the self-written, Elevator. He has also made us think with his dramatic performances in celebrated independent films like Ash, Garcia’s Guest, My Life: Untitled, and Jarring.
Not a stranger to the small screen, Ozzie has worked on several television programs, web series, and national commercials for clients such as Dr. Pepper, AT&T, MTV Tres, Netflix, Univision, Comcast, and Coors Light. Also working as a voice-over artist, he has worked on national spots, infomercials, and audiobook narration for several books in English and Spanish with Random House, Inc.
With a degree in Theatre and extensive training with incredible instructors, like Kimberly Jentzen, Carolyne Barry, Donovan Scott, and Ray Forchion, Ozzie uses his skills to continue to perform on the stage, a passion of his since his first performance at the age of four.
He has played supporting roles in many well-known plays, such as The Country Wife, James & the Giant Peach, and The Threepenny Opera, a performance which garnered him an Irene Ryan Scholar nomination. He continues theatrically as a company member of The Krane, Inc, a non-profit theatre organization, which raises funds to help the homeless situation in his native city of Miami. Please visit the site at http://www.thekrane.com for more information.
Today, Ozzie pushes onward with his dream of starting his own production company in an effort to help rescue dogs, a cause near and dear to his heart.
Unique traits: small scar on left eyebrow