is a graduate and scholarship recipient of the University of
Miami Drama Department, where he was a regular at the Ring Theatre
with lead and supporting roles such as Protean in A Funny Thing
Happened..., Willie in The Time of Your Life, Doody in Grease,
and was named to the all-star cast for his performance as Elmer
in The Happy Journey at the University of Miami District Drama
He has done commercials for McDonald's, Colgate, AT&T, HBO,
and Sonic Burgers, amongst others; various roles on both One
Life to Live and Guiding Light; appearances on Saturday Night
Live and Law & Order. Some of his many voice-overs cover
K-Mart, M&M's, Showtime, Hugo Boss, Budweiser, Canon, Radio
Shack; promos for Univision, cartoon voices for USPS &
PBS/P-Pals and has read news for several years at IN TOUCH radio network for the blind. His experience also encompasses looping, narration, and dubbing on various projects.
His print work includes Johnson & Johnson, McGraw-Hill,
American Health magazine and New York Newsday, in addition to
several industrials. Recent feature films include The Wolf of Wall Street and Manhattan Nocturne. He has attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts advanced acting program in NYC as well as done readings for the Latino Playwrights Festival; He has taught voiceovers at the SAG Conservatory for 6 years as well as teaching privately.
The Purge 3, Ghostbusters
Saturday Night Live, Daredevil, Person of Interest, The Americans, Madame Secretary, The Family, The Blacklist, Tonight Show w/Jimmy Fallon, Law & Order SVU
Burger King v/o, Stand in work for: Anton Coppola, Ned Van Zandt, Joseph Weisberg, Tom Morrisey, Don Rickles, Todd Barry, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Richard Sanchez, Ethan Phillips, Wallace Shawn, Jason Kravitz, Jason Alexander, Paul Schaffer
on icons below for video clips
Mendelev - "The Magic Life of Barney Strout"
||Commercial: CT 529 Savings
|Dizzle music video "Drinks Up"
||Jake the Snake music video: "Call U Snitch"
Gregory in Yale University film "The Least of These"
of narrator and Bill in Columbia University film "Bill
is My Dog"
||The Daily Show (fruit vendor)
in NYFA film
Splain in indie short
"Office the Musical"