I’m a bestselling author, performer, voice-actor, and funny person. This site allows you to see and hear a sampling of my work. As Christopher Walken once said, “Explore the space!”
Using a pen name, I’ve had several books published, including three with Little, Brown and Company and one with Random House. The words of one book were sung by a choir. Another was translated into French.
Under my own name, I have a humor book and memoir in the works. I’ve also written an animated TV comedy pilot that my agent tells me is being “shopped around town.” I believe that town is Los Angeles, but you never know.
In September 2021, I created Brainwave, an informational resource for people recovering from a concussion or traumatic brain injury.
When I was 17, I won Best Actor at the California State Thespian Festival, and moved to Los Angeles, where I worked as a stand-in for Luke Perry and Jason Priestly on Beverly Hills 90210 while living in my car.
Around that time, someone told me it would be too difficult to succeed as both an actor and a writer. So I set acting completely aside to focus solely on writing.
After many years of shelving my desire to perform, I recently began acting again—including voice acting. In 2017 I was cast as an American astronaut in a comedy produced for NASA’s short film competition.
Comedic characters are my jam and I have an ear for the musicality of language. Please enjoy these voiceover demo reels.
Thoughtfully funny, smart yet approachable, precise yet relaxed.
Pathetic and sympathetic malefactors. Vainglorious buffoons.
I welcome personal messages about my work. Use the form below.