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This page is where you’ll find clips of recent film and TV work. Check back periodically for updates. (If videos don’t appear below, try reloading this page in your browser.)

DEMO REEL

This new film & TV demo reel includes appearances in The BlackList, DivorceMamaroshBegin Again,  The Mysteries of Laura, and The Smurfs.

MAMAROSH

In these two scenes from the 2013 foreign feature Mamarosh, I play strung-out gay TV producer Dorian, who returns to his trendy NoHo loft to discover that his contractor has actually dared to cook a meal in his brand-new, “for display only” kitchen. The first scene is in my Demo Reel, above; the second scene appears only here:

 TERMINAL B

In these scenes from a sitcom pilot, I appear as Stephen, the harried manager of a struggling small airline, who desperately tries to prepare his inept staff for a visit from their new owner. The first scene is included in my Demo Reel; the remaining scenes appear only here:

WITH JOHN LITHGOW FOR NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

In this fun clip created by the clever Tim Miller and his team at Big Chief Studio, I play a librarian who helps John Lithgow come up with the perfect opening remarks for his appearance at the NY Public Library’s star-studded Lions Gala.  This extended clip is not currently included in my Demo Reel.

FREE MAN (Indie Short Film)

In this international LGBT film festival favorite, I play a funeral director who is trying to mediate delicately between two grieving clients–neither of whom is eager to speak.

THE DISENGAGED DOZEN

This is the first episode of six devoted to the topic of employee engagement.  In all six of these zany, ’50s sitcom-styled clips, I play Benny the Boss, who faces a different kind of challenging employee in each episode.  This is episode one, in which I encounter a worker who can’t seem to focus her efforts.  (You can view the full series here.)

TEASER FOR THE GRAPES OF WRATH AT ASOLO REP, 2014

TEASER FOR VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE AT ASOLO REP, 2014

TEASER FOR THE 39 STEPS AT MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE, 2011