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“Refraction” Trailer – Now in Post-Production

Hi Friends, today marks the release of the trailer of the new film, “Refraction” starring Jacob A. Ware, myself, and number of other talented folks. Currently in post-production, the film is set for theatrical release in Spring of 2019. It’s “a dark, indie short film set in a futuristic city where a misguided loner finds…


Strindberg’s Creditors at Theatre For The New City

I’m absolutely over-the-moon excited about taking on the role of Adolph in Strindberg Rep Theatre’s latest production, “Creditors”. This translation of the Swedish playwright’s 1889 masterpiece takes on the rules of marriage of the time, challenging patriarchal assumptions of a woman’s duty as wife (and ex-wife). As the play opens, we meet Adolph, the current…


“I Want To Run Away With You” @ Dramatists Guild of America

We had an amazing time this evening presenting the first reading of Anne Hamilton’s “I Want To Run Away With You” at the Dramatists Guild. Under the expert guidance of Director Ellen Barber, I played the role of Doctor X, the psychiatrist. “An absurdist Fable for our time. In an East Coast psychiatrist’s office, secrets…


My Episode of Soderbergh’s “The Knick” is Airing Now!

I was fortunate enough to shoot a principal role on Cinemax’s “The Knick”. It’s quite a different experience working with the venerable Steven Soderbergh. No turnaround, no stand-ins. He is the Director, Cinematographer, Cameraman, and Editor. He does it all, and shoots like lightning. No time to think! See me in Episode 3 of Season…


BMW Commercial Airs During 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics

The Nationally televised BMW spot has aired during the Olympics and other winter sporting events. I’m the snowboarder spinning through the air in the last moments of the spot. Enjoy!


Friar Laurence in Mercury Glass Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet

Just finished closed as a young Friar Laurence in Mercury Glass Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet at the great Teatro LaTea. The Friar is a sort of “peacemaker” between two factions dead set on destruction of the other. And I’m always fascinated how undertaking each new role changes you in some way. This is…