I’m a New York actor and writer involved in film, sketch, improv, standup, and voiceover. Currently I’m a writer and performer for Tooning Out the News, coming soon to CBS All Access. My work has also appeared on PBS, Amazon, truTV, UCB Comedy, MTV2, BRIC TV, and the AV Club. I cowrote, co-produced and starred in Trivia Night, which did the festival circuit and won Best Feature at the Omaha Film Festival. I wrote the horror short Shut Eye and starred in the indie comedy feature Crappy Mother’s Day, both of which appear at the 2020 Big Apple Film Fest. I’ve made over 100 sketches with Local Empire, explained the universe to 10 million subscribers as the voice of TED-Ed, serenaded stoners in 420 The Musical, written a bunch of screenplays, pilots, and packets, studied at the UCB, PIT, Atlantic Acting School, and Linklater Center, and I do all sorts of things in front of and behind the camera and on stage. I’m originally from San Francisco, and one time the mayor blew hot wax in my face.
Below, said face a bunch: