You might recognize me as Angus from the Emmy-winning Hulu show, Shrill produced by Elizabeth Banks and Broadway Video. I've also been lucky enough to work on other projects like Grimm, American Vandal and Portlandia, as well as the indie movie Sometimes I Think About Dying, which premiered at opening for Sundance 2023.
My acting journey started with a deep dive into the Meisner approach. I have had the privilege of studying and performing at esteemed institutions such as Kickstand Comedy, UCB, and the People's Improv Theater, where I re-discovered my feral inner child living among a group of wandering spirit animals.
I graduated way back in the 2000s from New York University's Gallatin School with a focus on art and sociology, but it was my time at Columbia University where I had the most fun. I wrote and starred in several award-winning shorts, including Mr. A which received a rare two-way tie for Student Oscars, and The Queen, which won the Iris Prize and screened at prestigious festivals such as Telluride, SXSW, and Aspen. I've produced or appeared in many short and lengthy works, and I hope you enjoy them or at least share them with a nearby animal.