Ever since I was young, I have had a passion for films, and I have dreamed about acting in them. But it wasn’t until I was booked in a recurring role on the NBC show Grimm in 2014, that I believed I could do it. I loved every second of that experience, and it started me down a new path where acting is now a cornerstone of my life. I love the experience, the process, the research, the psychology, the learning, the people, the story telling, and being part of a creative process that involves so many. For some reason I also really like playing bad guys.
I desire to bring authenticity and presence to the roles I play, and I work hard to find depth in my characters. Not every role in every film is large, and not every role in every film is serious. Nevertheless, big of small, drama or other, my goal is always to bring a rich, emotional experience to the screen – something the audience feels; something the audience believes; something the audience remembers.
I believe in the power of film, and I believe in the power of story telling. I am thankful that I get to be a part of it.