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I played John, the father of the love interest, in the indie thriller Menace, written and directed by Thomas Hernandez.

A young con man establishes a relationship with a girl just to learn where she keeps her families heirloom.

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This submission tied for 1st place in the 2023 Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable “Whodunnit?” video contest.

Bard Bunk Debunked: Why those pesky doubters are dangerous.

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I played Clint, a grieving florist shop patron single-handedly keeping the business afloat. – Northwest Film Forum ACTION! 2023.

A wealth widower’s promises to his deceased wife keeps a local floral shop afloat. But when he finds a new love, the two owners scheme up a plot to keep his business.

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I played a bunker-ensconced prepper gloating over his secure little concrete hovel while enjoying a case of global schadenfreude.

Christen Kimbell’s fourth-wall-breaking, rule-defying collection of vignettes, monologues, short films and jokes about the end of everything.

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Won the “Background” category in the 2022 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowhip video contest.

The Filthy Folio: Spice up the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s dusty old volume!

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I played the father of the love interest, in Leslie Goyette’s period piece Maysville.

A young boy, Teddy Rogers, is devastated by a tragic accident and taken from his family to pay a penance which forces him into a life of hard labor. Four years later he escapes to the town of Maysville, where he finds love and a hopeful future, but is soon haunted–and hunted–by his past. Teddy must begin to forgive himself and challenge the demons that pursue him in order to find the life he so desperately desires.

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Third place winner in the 2021 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship video contest.

Help is Available: Tired of students reminding you of contradictory Shakespeare biographies? Worry no longer!

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A brief stint as newscaster Elis Murphy revealing shocking headlines worthy of the Weekly World News!

As military conflict between Antarctica and The Democratic People’s Republic of Absynia grows more and more likely, a young married couple plan to attend a rally supporting peace between the two empires.

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Duuuude!  I’m the totally square dad who thinks his son should do more than spark up and play video games.

Game On is a coming-of-age stoner comedy that follows gamers Regina, Mac, and Warren as they struggle to find a way to save the game store they operate, or else find themselves forced to abandon their alternative lifestyle and join the “real” world.

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I’m the hapless husband in this lovely short shot on Whidbey Island.

A whimsical drama about a middle aged woman coming to terms with loss.

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