I've been working in film and television for four decades, so you'd be forgiven for guessing my age wrong, but I'm still only in my 40s. I started my career as an actor, appearing on top network shows such as "Cheers," "Family Ties," "Who's The Boss?," "Designing Women," "Life Goes On," "The King of Queens," "CSI: Miami," and many others, including a series regular role on "Hearts Afire" with John Ritter and Billy Bob Thornton. And I provided the voice of Donatello in the feature film "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze." After transitioning to the production side, I wrote, produced, and directed three independent feature films, "Performance Anxiety," "Pieces of Eight," and "Waiting for Ophelia," starring Emmy-winner Yeardley Smith. I also served as associate producer of the MGM-released "Madison" starring Jim Caviezel and Bruce Dern. On the television side, I was a producer on the Emmy-nominated reboot of VH1's iconic pop culture music show "Pop Up Video." Most recently, I produced online content for Google and Awesomeness TV, as well as the independent feature film "The Midnighters."
Film (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Producer An aging safe-cracker recently released from prison is asked to put his old skills to use and risk his freedom to save his son's life.
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Pop Up Video
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Waiting for Ophelia
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Pieces of Eight
Film (Comedy) Writer/Director/Producer Eight twenty-something friends are thrown into a tailspin when two of them announce their engagement. The pending nuptials forces the members of the tight knit group to examine where they are in their various relationships... and make decisions that will affect the rest of their lives. Written by Anonymous
Film (Drama and Sport) Producer Madison, Indiana, 1971. The Ohio river port is in full economic decline, its last pride and obsession being its uniquely town-owned power boat, although the raggedy old donation from a millionaire decades ago never comes close to a win. With his doted son Mike as most devoted fan, air-conditioner repairman Jim McCormick, who had to stop piloting it after a near-fatal accident, devotes all his 'spare' time to it, turning down professional opportunities as that would mean moving, as his wife suggests. Things climax when he realizes the town will either be scrapped from the national racing circuit or host the Gold Cup itself, requiring $50,000 fund raising. Written by KGF Vissers
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