I'm 5' 6", my favorite ice cream is mint chip, and I am an actor.
I began acting my freshman year of high school when, finally, I powered through my crippling stage fright at an audition for the winter play at St. Peter's Prep in Jersey City, NJ. After getting a supporting role over a 6' 3" junior, I spent the next two years with a different kind of fright.
Surviving, I went on to earn my BFA in Acting from Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ. During my time there, I would play in some of my favorite and most demanding roles: Touchstone in William Shakespeare's As You Like It, Jean Racine in Sabina Berman's Molière, Robert Conklin in Lanford Wilson's The Rimers of Eldritch, and many others.
Since graduating I have been auditioning, acting in independent theatre in New York City, and working occasionally as a theatre technician. I hope, through my craft, to carry on the legacy that my Uncle Mickey and Rev. Bob began 20 years ago.