I began acting as a sophomore at the University of Mary Washington in 2014 when I was cast as male chorus member in my school’s production of “Lysistrata” by Aristophanes. From there I caught the acting bug big time and was one of the most active actors in the theatre department, taking all available acting and performances classes and auditioning for every production put on by by the school, both black-box and main-stage. In the spring of my junior year I Ianded my first leading role as Lord Windermere in Oscar Wilde’s “Lady Windermere’s Fan.” That following summer I enrolled in the six-week intensive Mesiner training course at Michael Chekov Actors Studio Boston, where my passion and skills for the craft exponentially increased. During my senior year I had leading roles in two great plays. In “Noises Off” I played the excitable and bumbling Gary/Roger and in “Frozen,” by Byrony Lavery, I played my most challenging role to date as Ralph, a cold-blooded and psychopathic serial killer. After graduating in 2016, I moved back up to Boston where I continued my training at MCASB with the year long Mesiner Foundational Training program. I’ve given acting a break in the last year as I’ve been more focused on writing but am now eager to resume work as an actor.