I am a 21-year-old male actor living in the Boston area.
I've had some experience acting on-screen, and a bit more acting on-stage. My normal speaking voice is in the medium pitch range.
I can do a variety of 'voices' and accents different from my own, which is American. These include several British accents, Irish, and Southern American.
One of my biggest strengths is the ability to cold-read well. Given little or no direction, I can take a piece of copy and quickly do a competent performance of it. I also take direction and constructive criticism well, so this is a great stepping stone for getting pieces just the way you want them.
I have access to a sound-proof recording lab and a high quality microphone.
English (North American), English
Middle Aged (35-54), Young Adult (18-35)
Audiobooks, Educational, Internet Video, Radio, Videogames
I'm fairly new in the field, so most of my experience thus far is stage acting.
2010 - Tufts University, "The Importance of Being Earnest" (Part - Algernon/Ernest)
2010 - Tufts Radio, WMFO (Short Fiction Reader)
2008 - NCCT (North Country Community Theater), "Rodgers and Hammerstein's State Fair" (Part - Pat Gilbert)
2008 - Mascoma High School, "The War of the Worlds (staged radio play)" (Part - Orson Welles)
Tufts University (Expected Graduation - 2012)
- B.A. in Child Development, in Early Childhood Teaching Licensure Program
- Minor in Mass Communications and Media Studies
- (Dean's List, 6 semesters)
Mascoma Valley Regional High School (Graduated 2008)
- Senior Drama Award
- (Highest Honor's, 8 semesters)
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