I started acting in 2014 when I realized I don't stutter when I am in character and am now just starting to own it. I found out 2 years ago from my mother that my stuttering started when I switched hands in the first grade. She told me this when I told her I had just successfully auditioned for a play without stuttering, even thought I was very nervous. Anyway, my stage fright has since disappeared and my comfort zone is huge! Check out my profile on Samaritancasting.com, a free website service in the Twin Cities for actors/extras. I do have a few years barbershop singing as a baritone/alto. I am currently preparing for the IMTA Convention in New York in July, being trained by Caryn International, who have been so supportive and encouraging. Found the Meisner technique difficult, but plan on taking method acting classes this year. Grew a lot taking improv classes. Love to make people laugh- love to come up with a punch line. I will always give my 100% to any project. I leave any whining to postal work with 35 degrees below zero wind chill.
Unique traits: Not afraid to zipline, drive fast, stick shift. Like to ice skate, downhill ski, ride bike. I am currently training at a Round9 kickboxing gym and trying to improve my golf game. Would love to learn to sail, and parasail. Grew up on a farm- not afraid of dirt.
IMTA New York, 2015 - Commercial Print, Honorable Mention
Stevie Rays Improv Company