This New York theater trained actor had appeared on multiple stages before moving to Los Angeles. As a member of The Interborough Repertory Theater he both acted & directed for several of their productions. His film debut was an Indie entitled, "Love The Hard Way," opposite Academy Award Winner, Adrien Brody. He continued work in other Indies and television roles on, "Sex and The City," and "100 Centre Street," "Hope & Faith," and even a commercial spoof for, "Saturday Night Live." He and his wife eventually moved to California and quickly found himself on hit shows like; "Boston Legal," "Grey's Anatomy," "How I Met Your Mother," "ER," "My Name Is Earl," to name a few. And in film, "Urban Decay," "2:13," "Hard Breakers." Also continuing his love for the stage he has appeared in such revivals as, "To Kill A Mockingbird," "A Lesson Before Dying," "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot," "The Boys Next Door," & "Play It Again Sam," at The Repertory East Playhouse.
In 2011, he would have made his studio film debut in Columbia Pictures, "Moneyball." Directed by Oscar nominated director, Bennett Miller (Capote), and opposite famed actor Brad Pitt and Kathryn Morris (Cold Case), but unfortunately the scene was edited out of the film.
But continues in television appearances such as ABC's, "Body of Proof," And Fox's then new show, "The Finder," and the Indie film, "Brotha White."
In 2013, his work continues with film projects such as "Domino Falling," and "In The Company Of Strangers." Both are set for 2018 release.
But his biggest accomplishment to date is the writing/producing/lead actor of a romantic comedy pilot presentation entitled, "Destined To Be." It's the story of two unlikely people with a huge age difference, and their journey together in life and love. Which he hopes to bring to the networks and in turn becomes a series.
And, in 2014 he appeared in NBC hospital drama, "The Night Shift."
Other Indie projects has followed but a recent highlight came when he was cast in one of his favorite all-‐time sitcoms, "Will & Grace."