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When a friend of my parents who works for the CIA recently looked at my newly updated website, he said given my certain multi–ethnic look and facility with other languages I should join The Firm. But being a third–generation thespian named after Laurence Olivier, looking like Kevin Kline, sounding like Richard Burton, and singing and dancing like Hugh Jackman, I’d rather pursue a career in Acting.

My skills and background have fully prepared me for work on either Coast and around the World. I’m an actor, with dual citizenship here in the U.S. as well as Great Britain, who grew up backstage as a “theatre brat.” I was classically trained and have been acting since age five. Being a dual citizen and multilingual has thankfully been a boon as well: I have lived in total of eight countries and speak ten languages.

I have been fortunate to book film, TV, Commercial, and Voiceover work in both Los Angeles and New York City. I have recently made New York my home base from where I continue to pursue all those opportunities.

I was on ABC’s General Hospital in a scene with Maurice Benard (aka Sonny Corinthos). I also played a famous Elizabethan–era Saint in a cable TV movie which aired during Easter and is now available on DVD. And attending the premiere screening of Raise the Dead,an Indie film in which I played the lead role of a Southern Pentecostal preacher, was such huge fun! I have also been the voice of BBC America Drama. Clips from these projects can be viewed or heard on my Scenes and Voiceover pages.

Thank you for visiting my website. I hope you like the new headshot images which were photographed by Jordan Matter. And please go to the Contact page to reach me or my agents directly. Also don’t forget to “like” my Facebook fan page, follow me on Twitter, or find me on YouTube and IMdB.

All the best,
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