I first stepped onstage as an actor in second grade, as the “littlest child” in a Christmas play. I remember only two things: the incredible rush of performing in front of a live audience, and stage diving into my Mom’s arms as the curtain closed. I was hooked.
Whether it’s performing onstage or in film and television, I have always found great joy in creating a character, especially in the company of artists I love and respect. My life consists of many lives, my own, and that of the people I’ve played. I never could decide what I wanted to be when I grew up, so by being an actor, I’ve gotten to be so many things.
As I’ve shifted into writing and directing, my respect and awe of other actors has only increased, and I look forward to going back to the craft again and again, feeling that rush and, just maybe, working in a stage dive or two.
Management: John McGalliard |
Voiceover: Abrams Artists |