I'm an actor, writer, musician, composer, and video producer living in Toronto. A graduate of the John Abbott Professional Theatre Acting program, where I received the Pamela Montgomery Award, I'm one of the creators and writers of The Plateaus (CBC web series) and play the guy with the Nick Carter haircut, Davian. Recently, I played Johnny Casino in the Just For Laughs live musical production of Grease (2015). I'll next appear in Xavier Dolan’s film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan (2018), and on the Segal Centre stage this fall 2018 in the musical 'Once' (Montreal). As a musician, I toured Canada with my band, Honheehonhee, whose debut album, Shouts (2011), was released in North America and Japan. I'm currently playing a role on The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair (MGM/Muse), and producing a video series called SOURCED+MADE promoting local and sustainable food sources.
Theatre school trained professional actor, 15+ years of experience on stage and on screen, skilled in improv and comedy, singer and musician, speak eng/french/spanish. Unions: ACTRA, CAEA
Soundtracks, sound design and scores for theatre, film, video games, commercial jingles. Band member and song writer in Honheehonhee. Instruments: guitar, bass, drums, percussion, piano, synth, voice.
Home studio with Logic Pro for any and all audio projects: voice demos and auditions for actors, narration, overdub, singles, songs, albums, bands, field recordings, archival, etc. Contact me for gear list.
Studied creative writing at Concordia University, years of sketch comedy experience (live and video), short films, features, web series, advertising, and marketing (Walmart commercials).
Promo videos, marketing, advertising, archival, events, actor self tapes, fiction, documentary, etc. Set up: Final Cut Pro, Canon 70D, various audio gear. Contact me for complete gear and info.