As I was reading Nick Offerman's latest awesomely salacious AMA on Reddit, I was struck by one of his answers to an aspiring actor who asks Mr. Offerman if he has any particular advice for success. I really like his answer: "Find something else to do.
In Late May, I met with a couple of actors on a beautifully colorful set built to do "Man is Not a Rock" a reading of Russian author Joseph Brodsky's first interview post exile from the Soviet union. I was "Hans Markstein", the husband of
In between the two matinee performances of my children's musical "King of Chelm" at lower Manhattan's Abron Arts Center on Sunday, June 21st, I was eating free tuna salad when Ziv, one of the members of the ensemble cast, asked me what it was like
Well, apparently I do. My episode of Perfect Murder on Investigation Discovery Channel aired last night, where I played a Russian thug called Psycho. Thanks to an onscreen hashtag, I was able to see a couple of reactions to the show by some fans/regular watchers. The production
Had a great time performing in the finals of the Manhattan Monologue Slam yesterday. Above are a couple of photos of me performing my monologue, which was a semi-comedic but heartfelt piece from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." Judges had some great feedback for me, and the other
Last month, on a day's notice, I wound up doing a 30 second monologue as part of the Manhattan Monologue Slam. Although I'd heard of the slams before, I'd never seen one, and what it turned into resembled a sort of Vegas circus hip-hop talent