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THE LATEST NEWS:

Very pleased to have been part of this special video presentation that was made and produced for Mercy For Animals. “My Grandfather” is a short 2 minute video that was used for their annual gale fundraiser and for public awareness. It can now be viewed worldwide on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/0olojBcKOm0

After two years, the independent feature film that I was cast in as the male lead, “Sophie Gold, the Diary of a Gold Digger” is having its premiere showing at the San Pedro International Film Festival on October 8th at 1:00 pm. Tickets for the premiere can be purchased at the following link and everyone is encouraged to come. Please visit: http://spiffest.org/sophie-gold/

Good news on our June 24th, 25th and 26th run of “The Things That Make Men Cry” at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, 4800 Hollywood Blvd. We “sold out” the Friday night June 24th performance! Hopefully we can add an additional matinee on Saturday 25th…. Don’t wait… get your tickets at www.itsmyseat.com/TTTMMC

Just signed the contract for a three performance run of the play “The Things That Make Men Cry”. This will be the third revival of this production in the last 2 years. It will be at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre, a 300 seat house, in  June 2016.

Looking forward to the release of an indie film “Sophie Gold, the Diary of a Gold Digger”  Spring 2016

I just finished a very successful run as Father, a raging alcoholic Vietnam vet,  with rave reviews, of the original play “Homecoming” at The Sherry Theatre in NoHo.  November 2015

Had a terrific 6 week run at the Promenade Playhouse in the world premiere of “The Porcini Test”, a dark comedy written by Laureen Vonnegut.  August 2015

Just finished a three week shoot, portraying an manipulative wealthy businessman with his naive ingenue actress in the independent feature film “Sophie Gold, the Diary of a Gold Digger” in Palm Desert and Los Angeles. August 2014.

Great time filming a three day shoot for a short film “The 4th Stage” in which I played a man coming to terms with his cancer diagnosis and his unresolved past. June 2014

Had fun playing a vicious rich man hunting “the most dangerous prey of all” in a short film “Household Weapons”  April 2014

A great six performance run of “The Things That Make Men Cry” at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre in Hollywood. Set in a black barbershop this 2nd revival sold out 300 seat houses to great acclaim!  February 2014

Completed a beautifully crafted short film called “Sweet Tea” I was cast as a man with early onset Alzheimers as his wife and daughter make sacrifices. June 2013

First international commercial, a one week shoot in Chile up 13,000 feet in the Andes for a Polish beer, Tatra. Polish producers, English directors and a South American crew. February 2013

Back on the boards in almost twenty years in the world premiere of an original play “Their Eyes Saw Rain” at Company of Angels. Was nominated for LA Weekly Equity Waiver Theatre Award for Best Male Supporting Actor for this key pivotal supporting role.  January 2013

Did my second campy horror feature film playing a nasty racist dirty cop in “Ooga Booga”.  I had the pleasure of playing in a couple of scenes with Stacey Keach and another scene with Karen Black  November 2012