I was never one for sports. Although I played rec soccer for three years in elementary school (my dad still talks about the one assist I made) and spent one fateful season on the swim team at my local JCC, none of that stuck. My mom decided to sign me up for acting camp, and I haven't looked back since. Real fans will know that my stage debut was as Doc in my second-grade production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Besides class and work, theatre was pretty much my only extracurricular in college, and I was fortunate enough to play some of my dream roles: Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in Anything Goes, Ryan Evans in High School Musical, and my #1 dream role of all time, J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
After graduation, I knew I couldn't give up such an important part of my life. In the past couple of years, I have performed alongside actors who have appeared on Broadway, in Broadway national tours, and on NBC's The Voice.
I most recently played the title role in The Cat in the Hat with Plaza Theatrical Productions. Touring the Northeast (New York, New Jersey, and Maryland), the production was unfortunately cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.