I trained as an actor at the University of Guelph, and then as a television/radio host at Seneca College, but it wasn’t until 2011 that I decided to pursue the craft professionally. Since then I’ve booked over 75 on screen roles with 36 imDb credits, and countless voice-overs, from radio commercials to corporate work.
I was a member of ACTRA from 2014-2018, but left to pursue my own work, independent film roles and social media projects. I’ve played everything from goofy Dads in national commercial campaigns for brands like Shoppers Drug Mart and the Toronto Maple Leafs, to hardened soldiers and cynical detectives in narrative work.
On stage, I’ve portrayed a wide range of characters, from Fagin in Oliver! to the count himself in Dracula, to Lenny in Neil Simon’s classic farce Rumours.
As an actor, I often find a way to bring a hint of comic undertone, dark or otherwise, to every character I play.