I was most recently seen Love’s Labour’s Lost with Quill Theatre/Richmond Shakespeare Festival. Other Richmond credits include I Ought to be in Pictures and Parade with Jewish Family Theatre. The Dining Room with Huguenot Community Players (now River City Community Players), in Salomé: A Wilde Experiment at TheatreLAB as well as The Tender Land and The Impresario with Capitol Opera Richmond,  The Chalk Garden at The Playhouse at Ft. Lee, Potiphar in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Wes Warnicker in Footloose, both at Dogwood Dell.  I was also seen Dr. John Watson in Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, as Fred Narracott in And Then There Were None and as Henry Benish in Play On! at CAT Theatre.  I’ve participated in historical reenactments at The U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum at Ft. Lee and Berkeley Plantation.

In addition I have co-produced and acted in The Nieces of Lady  Bumbleton and Murder at the Sock Hop at CAT Theatre, and Fairies and Gentlemen with A Merry Assortment.

I studied speech and theater at Asbury University and for twenty years was active in the Music and Fine Arts Ministry at West End Assembly of God.

I’m an upper 50ish character actor and am available for stage, film and voice work.

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