Happy New Year and welcome to the latest incarnation of my site! For the redesign, I turned once again to the very talented Teagan McKay who created my original site. Thanks again Teagan!
I had opportunities in 2015 to work with extraordinary artists on a number of projects. Additionally, I had the opportunity to meet Olympus friends from around the world in our weekly cast tweet-along during the broadcast of Olympus on SyFy, Super Channel and Spike UK. Thank you to everyone who supported Olympus and reached out to connect with us!
New projects include playing the father of The Twilight Saga’s Mary Cullen in The Mary Alice Brandon File, the fan-voted winner of the film competition The Storytellers: New Voices of the Twilight Saga. The series is a collection of short films released online by Stephenie Meyer, Women In Film, Volvo Cars, and Lionsgate. This project allowed me the opportunity to work with the wonderful writer/director duo Kailey Spear and Sam Spear.
Other projects in 2015 included episodes of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (airing January 5th on Bravo), Motive (great to be back after appearing in the pilot episode in 2013), the fantastic comedy web series Almost Actors, and the pilot episode of the thrilling new horror series The Wilding (USA Network). I’ll be sure to write more about The Wilding as it nears its air date. Film projects included the horror-suspense feature The Hollow Ones (working title) for Broken Mirror Films, a brief cameo – through the magic of green screen and CGI! – in the feature The Devout, appearances in the funny short film I Wanna Date U, the PSA Give It Up (happily reuniting with the incredible Soska Sisters!) and a small role in a big-budget studio film set for world release in the summer of 2016. More on that soon!…
Finally, I finished 2015 and am beginning 2016 on stage as a cast member of Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals, produced by the award-winning classical company Blackbird Theatre and directed by the great Johnna Wright. So tickled to be working in this very funny play with an extremely talented cast and crew!