November - NETWORK TELEVISION PREMIERE! In October, I shot two episodes of "BULL" on CBS. Episode 308 and Episode 309 which are currently scheduled to air on November 12th and 19th. I had an amazing time shooting this and loved working with this talented cast and crew.
Fall - Pleased to announce that I am now being managed by Abraham-Thomas and Associates.
Summer - I joined the cast of a new musical "Henry Box Brown" and began workshoping the piece to take it to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I was so fortunate to be able to work under the direction of Tony Award winner Ben Harney and to be a part of the development of this musical. It is the true story of a slave who shipped himself to freedom in a box. I play every horrible white person he meets along the way. The Fringe was an amazing experience. Click here to see some of the press we received.
February - I began studying On-Camera Technique with Bob McAndrew. I also am working as his assistant and have gained valuable experience that will help me expand my career in new directions.
November/December - I played Ned Buntline in "Indians" a play by Authur Kopit at Metropolitan Playhouse. It was my first time at this theater and a pleasure to help tell this story.
July - I went into the studio to have new headshots taken with photographer Dan Demetriad.
May - I opened "Giovanni the Fearless," which was also performed at Theater for the New City. It's a folk opera in the commedia dell'atre style. I played Jacopo Bombasto, the patriarch of an acting troupe. This was the first full staged production of this work, which was very exciting... I also got some great press from this and had a spotlight interview on Theater in the Now.
March/April - I played Don Mangemore, a mafia kingpin, in Theater for the New City's production of "Grand Theft Musical." It was a fun role with two great songs and my first show at this iconic NYC location.
February - I played the lead role, Michael Larson, in a staged reading of a new musical by Brandon Sturiale called "Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal." The music and script were amazing, and we had a five-piece rock band backing us up! (Not your average staged reading by far.) I also got the chance to record many of the songs from the show which can be heard here on my SoundCloud page.