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Actor, Coach, Father, Husband
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I'm a veteran actor in the San Francisco Bay Area and a proud member of Actors' Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA. Recent credits include the TBA Award-winning role of Ever Montgomery in Dancing Lessons at Center REPertory Company, Andrew Jackson in Sovereignty for Marin Theatre Company, Howard Brenton's Anne Boleyn (playing Henry VIII and King James I), and the World Premiere of Dan Hoyle and Tony Taccone's Game On at San Jose Repertory Theatre. Regional stage credits include work at Portland Center Stage, La Jolla Playhouse, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, American Conservatory Theatre, The San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Aurora Theatre Company, California Shakespeare Theater, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, San Francisco Playhouse, Shotgun Players, and Center REPertory Company.
I've been critically acclaimed in productions of Equivocation, 9 Circles (World Premiere), and Seagull at Marin Theatre Company; reasons to be pretty, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Noises Off, The Story, and Aaron Loeb's First Person Shooter (World Premiere) at San Francisco Playhouse. Television and film credits include NBC's Trauma, Bye-Bye, Bin Laden, Generic Thriller and Night of Henna. I've also completed voice work including several characters in the video game Brutal Legend starring Jack Black, and clients such as Comcast, Bank of the West, and AAA.
Since 2012, I've worked with Young Actors' Theater Camp where I serve as a guest acting instructor and coach for students ages 8-18. I've also spent time coaching soccer for several years and enjoy the extra time it provides with my family and community.
More than anything, I am a husband to my wife, Jeanette, and father of three amazing children, Ava (13), Ruby (9), and Jack (4).
I'm interested in new and challenging projects, making new connections and rekindling old, and expanding my reach into new media and one-on-one coaching.
Thanks again for stopping by. Please take a look around, leave a comment, and let's connect soon!
2010 - present
2010 - present
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