Actor - Singer - Dancer - Musician
I grew up in Roseville, California with the hopes I would be a baseball player, astronaut, or lawyer. Unable to settle on one, I decided to be an actor. I started my theatre career in the mandatory 4th grade California public school musical "Gold, Dust, or Bust," and I caught the bug. It wasn't until my first trip to NYC performing in the New York Fringe Festival that I knew it was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.
As of the Spring of 2020, I am a proud graduate with a BFA in Musical Theatre from the Molloy University/CAP21 program.
Since high school my summers have been spent doing professional theatre ranging from both the Los Angeles and New York Fringe Festivals to working at regional houses across the country. Most recently, as Kenickie in "Grease" at Virginia Musical Theatre!
During the pandemic, I moved back to California to be with my family and took up as many hobbies as possible. I learned to sail and windsurf, bought a motorcycle (her name is Loretta), started writing my own music, worked as a barista in a coffee shop, and got my substitute teaching credential.
In my free time, you can catch me messing around on guitar, drinking unhealthy amounts of iced coffee, or mountain biking with my friends.