Leaving a career in New York City as an Art Director, Creative Director, Graphic Designer and Photographer, I realized my love had always been film. I moved to Los Angeles in 1979 to pursue my dreams to work as an actor in Hollywood. I struck gold when I joined the Harvey Lembeck Comedy Workshop in 1980. This was to be a 12 year relationship. The Lembeck Workshop was the best comedy improv class in Hollywood. I then started my own production company, Lupine Productions. Among many projects, I would help create, write, produce and star in a half hour sketch comedy on Showtime, which was nominated for a Cable ACE Award in 1992 as Best Comedy Special. I've spent 30 plus years behind the camera, now, I'm stepping back in front of the camera full time as an actor.
A brief cross section of my work (running time 3 minutes).
A short film recently completed.
Self tape that landed me the role of Captain Daub in a film called Neptune. A very ambitious LMU thesis film that took over 1,500 hours to film on LMU's largest soundstage. The film is in post production and should be ready in May, 2018.
Please feel free to download my current resume.