I'm pleased to say that I've booked my first recurring GUEST STAR role on a prominent nationwide episodic! I look forward to saying more about it, closer to release. Suddenly…
PROTEST, Dupont Underground, 2019
Terrific Review for THE HAVEL PROJECT
Here's an update to my reel that now begins with two new short procedural clips. I'll have three longer clips up within a couple of weeks.
I'm happy to say that I'm now represented in NYC by Stefanie Field, of Stefanie Talent & Entertainment. Stefanie's a straight shooter, good communicator, and hard-working advocate for her actors. I'm delighted to be working with her.I remain represented in Philadelphia by Sarah Howell, at Reinhard Talent, and in the Pacific Northwest by Cholee Thompson and Taylor Harris, of Ryan Artists.
The Alliance for New Music-Theatre, under the direction of Artistic Director Susan Galbraith, presented a section of Vaclav Havel's PROTEST, for a panel on Havel, featuring former US Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, and former Ambassador for the Czech Republic, Martin Poluch, at the Crosscurrents festival in Washington, D.C., this month. The theme of the Crosscurrents Festival is "humanizing politics through performance," a goal expressed variously and often movingly by thea...
Facial hair will be back in a couple of weeks! Photos by Adam Smith Jr.
This weekend I filled in for an actor down with the flu in the role of "The Man," in a 'Sleep No More' like performance by the women-oriented dance/theatre group, The Neo Political Cowgirls, at a private estate--which is up for sale--in East Hampton, NY. VOYEUR was directed Kate Mueth. I had a great time and happily extended my theater world to include some great folks out in The Hamptons and Sag Harbor.
Writer, director, and actor Derek Evans worked for four years to make his very large cast, very low budget, action-comedy THE KING OF BLOODY FOOK'N BRITAIN, in which I play the fixer, Mr. Clean. I loved working on this set with an enthusiastic cast and crew that made me fall in love with Atlanta, where up-and-coming filmmakers are making a strong community, in which everyone seems to help each other out.