Always laughing. Always creating.
Yes, that is an outfit constructed entirely out of kitchen napkins. And yes, I am open to consulting on wardrobe for any modern renditions of Fiddler on the Roof. But enough fiddling around.
My acting career began like all great acting careers do - in living rooms. Anyone who would sit long enough for a performance would get one. It was usually the dealer’s choice which meant an impersonation of the previous week’s SNL, the classics (Grease), or whatever new blockbuster was out in theaters.
Desperate for a larger audience (and real stage), I began theater at the ripe age of seven and from there went on to study theater at both Princeton University during my undergrad as well as the American Conservatory Theater (SF) post-grad. To pacify my eternal desire to make people laugh I have nearly a decade of training and performances with Endgames Improv, BATS Improv, and now Groundlings School of Improv. I have also found love behind the mic in voiceover work, where my avidness for storytelling and boundless voices have found a home.