Growing up in a military family, we moved multiple times which gave me the opportunity to learn how to constantly meet new people and assimilate to new surroundings. My parents stressed the importance of my brothers and I playing team sports which taught us the importance of working with others to accomplish great things.
Working as an Actor in over fifty film, television and voice over projects and as a Producer on three projects, I've had the privilege of working with and learning from some of the greatest talents in film and television.
I had to take a hiatus from acting when my Papa's Alzheimer's started to become more advance and my Nana needed help taking care of him. After Papa passed away, Nana developed Frontal Lobe Dementia and needed care through the end of her life. During the time that I lived with them I took a job waiting tables to pay the bills, and also became a Realtor. I took classes in nursing as I thought it would help with caring for Nana and Papa and seemed to be the responsible path to caring for my family. At the time, I regretted having to give up the career that I loved to take jobs that just "paid the bills", but I would never trade my time with Papa and Nana when they needed me most.
Writing gives me the opportunity to work through experiences that seemed, at times, overwhelming, ridiculous, painful and occasionally unbelievable. I've always looked forward to being back on set full time as an Actor, but now writing has also become a passion that I look forward to improving on daily.
Some paths don't make sense until you look back and while the journey is never simple it is always interesting.
All the best to you all.
Unique traits: I sound much taller on the phone.
LOWBALL Comedy A rookie realtor takes on the world of adulting while learning the art of negotiating the underbelly of selling Southern California real estate and ultimately trying not to sell his soul or … end up in jail.