Born in Corpus Christi, TX and raised on southern hospitality and entrepreneurial spirit, I have launched myself on a lifelong voyage of discovery and adventure. I learned hip hop and pop and lock dance in Tokyo, fire spinning at music festivals, and sword fighting and stunts at a bevy of international training seminars. But acting is my heart and soul and the driving force in my life.
I attended the University of Texas: Austin and studied Theatre and Dance as well as Japanese language. This is where I fell in love of with the possibilities of performance. After graduation I moved to the west coast where I have been pursuing acting and stunt work. Currently studying at the Lesly Kahn Institute, I am a graduate of the Baron Brown Meisner Acting Studio in Santa Monica.
My most recent film credits include starring in the Indie feature The Big Day, a wild romantic comedy that is hitting the festival circuit this fall. I was also fortunate enough to portray the Joker in a domestic abuse awareness short film called Crazy Puddin’. Other recent projects include a short film adaptation of the game 7th Sea created by John Wick; and a comic inspired fan film called Fair Fight, nominated for two Best Short Film awards at Martial Con and Action on Film Festival.
In the world of theatre I appeared as Sam in a recent production of Grace directed by David Fofi; I also played multiple roles in the ensemble of Nat Turner directed by Dan Martin.
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