I've been acting most of my life. From stage, to film, to faking sick in high school. I grew up in a family of actors and although I resisted the “family business” at first, I quickly realized that I shared the passion.
Since then, I have been in countless productions. One of my favorites includes originating the role of Robin Hood in the Moss Hart award-winning musical, The Outcast Of Sherwood Forest. One of my others was when I played the Courier in Ocean State Theatre Company’s production of 1776, for which I earned critic's praise saying I “brought them to tears” - The Times (Pawtucket, RI). Regardless of praise, I have been given so many opportunities for which I am eternally grateful!
Although I grew up on the stage, I recently made my Netflix debut in their new teen drama, The Society, as the supporting role, Scott. I have been packing in experience and I’ve grown to feel quite comfortable behind the camera.
I am grateful for the support of my loved ones to be able to pursue my passion. I feel invigorated and ready to pursue any opportunity that comes my way.
I've always been a fan of having a good time. The day I was born was such a good time I can't even remember it.