Once, I was a scientist. I don’t mean in a movie or a play, but once, long ago, I was a fully-fledged science-guy scientist. Then one day, while I was in the middle of carbon dating the Shroud of Turin -- or was it designing processors for Apple -- like I said, it’s been some time -- I decided to throw it all away to be an actor. Turns out, being the science-guy just wasn’t for me.
I cut my teeth on a string of low-budget projects before I found myself living in Europe in the mid 2000’s. After graduating from a film program in Prague, I somehow ended up in Singapore, where I started working professionally both in front and behind the camera. While there, I also acted in many short films by NYU Tisch Asia graduate students.
Before long, I was back in my hometown of Austin, Texas, where I’m currently based. These days I concentrate on voiceover work, including video games like DC Universe Online, Wizard101 and Pirate101, where I play over a combined 70 characters. But I still enjoy being in front of the camera, especially if it’s a meaty role. Just don’t ask me to play a scientist.