I'm a stand up comic/actor, whose performing roots are in comedy. I grew up in Maryland, where I started doing sketch comedy at Towson University for the college TV station, while getting my start performing stand-up in Baltimore. I then moved to NYC to train theatrically at The Michael Howard Studios, and continue doing sketch comedy and stand-up. I was a writer & host for Vh1's "Best Night Ever", and was voted into the semi-finals for the 2007 New York Comedy Festival's "Funniest Comedian in the City". I'm now part of the congestion on the highways of Los Angeles. My most recent work can be seen in the feature films, "Funny Man", "How To Get Girls", and "Flock of Dudes".