As director: Chromatic Fantasy (Official Selection, Rhode Island Film Festival, 2002; Honorary Mention, Columbus International Film & Video Festival, 2002) and The Assassin and the Spy.


Film & Television

  • Death Meets Toby (short)
  • Toby (lead)
  • dir. Adrián Lausell Cabán
  • Incognito Mode (short)
  • Daniel (lead)
  • dir. Elise Raven
  • A Good Home (short)
  • Paul
  • dir. Harvey Kingsley-Elton
    Official Selection:
    First Run Film Festival
    Big Apple Film Festival
    UK Film Review Festival
  • Weekday (short)
  • Andy (lead)
  • dir. Jingling Zhang
  • Mise en Scène Des Morts (short in French)
  • Jean Pierre
  • dir. João Pedro Drumond
  • Murderer (short)
  • TV News Anchor
  • dir. Harry Boadu
    Excursions Film
    Official Selection:
    Everybody Digital Film Festival
    Williamsburg Independent Film Festival
  • Choice and Chance (short)
  • Russell Riley (lead)
  • dir. Frank Kosempa
    Best Short: Columbus Int'l Film Fest.
  • United Nation (Super Bowl short)
  • Party Guest
  • dir. Bob Giraldi
  • All My Children
  • U5s
  • ABC
  • Tell Me I’m Dreaming
  • Man w/Nightmares (lead)
  • NYU



  • Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding
  • The Video Man
  • 2nd New York Cast
    u/s with original cast


  • The Oracle (new play)
  • Leo (lead)
  • dir. T.J. Elliott
    Theater for the New City
  • First Person Pronoun (solo)
  • Self
  • TheatreLab, New York NY
  • Othello
  • Graziano
  • dir. Kathleen Bishop
    The American Theatre of Actors
  • Prometheus Bound (new translation)
  • Hephaistos
  • dir. Frank Ventura
    translated by Steven Sater
  • Paree! (a new Cole Porter musical)
  • Narrator
  • dir. Frank Ventura
    w/Marni Nixon
  • Fantasy Impromptu (new musical)
  • Allen (lead)
  • dir. Jonathan Littman
    The Quaigh Theatre
  • G. B. Shaw Readings
  • Various Roles
  • The Shaw Project @ Pearl Theatre

REGIONAL/STOCK (representative)

  • Emma (reading of new play by Howard Zinn)
  • Fedya
  • Vassar Powerhouse Theater
  • Countess Maritza
  • Penizek
  • College Light Opera Company
  • South Pacific
  • Professor
  • College Light Opera Company

Training & Education

  • Acting
  • Wynn Handman,
    William Esper, David Kaplan
  • Solo Development
  • Melinda Buckley, Christine Renee Miller
  • Voice
  • Andrea Haring,
    Joan Lader, Alix Korey
  • Vassar College, BA in Drama
  • Acting: Carol Ostrow
    Speech: Sondra Green
    Dramatic Literature: Evert Sprinchorn

Skills: French (fluent), Spanish (basic conversational), good driver (stick, but not stunt), swimming, running, kettlebells, licensed massage therapist (NY), typing (10 fingers).

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  • Stills from “Death Meets Toby”
    November 15, 2019

    I mentioned “Death Meets Toby,” one of the better short film experiences with a beautiful script. Here are some stills from director Adrián Lausell Cabán.

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  • “Murderer” – Official Selection
    November 4, 2019

    I’m so happy to share that “Murderer” is an official selection at both the Everybody Digital Film Festival and the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival. Congratulations to director Harry Boadu and producers Tom Ishizuka and Anne-Marcelle Ngabirano!

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  • “Mise En Scène Des Morts” (in French) – Jean Pierre
    January 19, 2019

    What a rare opportunity to shoot a film all in French, courtesy of talented director João Pedro Drumond. In an alternate reality, Jean Pierre (me) is a world famous photographer, arch nemesis to the protagonist Antoine (beautifully played by pro Pascal Yen-Pfister — It was my fortune to watch him work.). I was truly struck […]

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  • “Death Meets Toby”
    May 29, 2019

    It’s not often that a script speaks to you on a very deep level. Death Meets Toby was that script. In Toby’s final moments, as he closes the garage door with the engine running, he travels deeply into his mind and hallucinates and revisits the fears and losses of his life. Beautifully written and sensitively […]

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