My episode of Momsters: When Moms Go Bad, the new Investigation Discovery series starring Roseanne Barr, comes out at 10:30pm Eastern Time on Friday, December 5, 2014.
This evening I performed an improvised sermon as the Reverend Raymond Nader on the audience suggestion of “Dropping Water Bombs Out The Window” for Aaron Simms’s Inwood variety show The Back Porch. Here is video of my sermon:
This evening I played the role of Brian Hummel in a reading of the play Dewpoint by Vincent Sessa at the Bridge Theatre. The reading was produced by Block & Tackle Productions and directed by Elfin Vogel.
This evening I performed an improvised sermon as the Reverend Raymond Nader on the audience suggestion of “Big Mac” for Aaron Simms’s Inwood variety show The Back Porch. Here is video of my sermon:
Tonight I performed a comic improvised sermon on the audience suggestion of “trophy” for the Unscripted New York Improvised Theatre & Film Festival at Theatre 54 in Manhattan. Click here to see video of the performance »
On Thursday evening, May 30, 2014, at 7pm, I will be performing a comic improvised sermon as the Reverend Raymond Nader for the Unscripted New York Improvised Theatre & Film Festival at Theatre 54 in New York City. I performed in the inaugural festival last year and I was invited to return this year for another rocking Pentecostal-style sermon. The … Read More
I have some new demo reels! With the guidance of my manager Jenn Lederer, I’ve cut some new reels to showcase my fast-talking, comedic, energetic self. There is a short version (which serves as my main reel), and there is an extended two-minute version. See them both below.
For Layla Ji’s Columbia student film Vision in the Moonlight, I play Visa Officer #2, the main visa officer who faces off against the short’s main characters, two Chinese family members looking to gain access to the United States. In this behind the scenes video, I talk about the layers of the role and how I landed the gig. For more … Read More
I make an appearance — albeit somewhat out of focus — in this commercial for Chase Ink titled “The Meatball Shop.” I’m in the bottom left of the screen at the very beginning and very end, wearing a zip-up hoodie that’s unzipped — just to the right of the two owners.
So, my friend vlogger Aimée Davison was telling me she was having trouble laying down vocals for a parody song she was creating for her YouTube channel called LOLpervs. The song was about two popular internet concepts — “neckbeards” and “land whales” — which respectively refer to beard growth on a neck and obese people. I can’t speak for having … Read More
The 2012 iNeed Awards were announced today, and my little web series with Mandy May Cheetham titled The Infinite Need swept the contest with 17 victories! I won for Best Male Comedy Performance, Best Male Improvised Performance, and opposite Mandy May Cheetham, Best Comedy Duo. (I won 10 awards if you count my producer and creative role in the web series.)
The über-talented Lucy-Jade Norris hosts On Deck with Lucy, an interview series that features talent, trends, and tastes of New York City. She interviewed me for Episode 3, and here’s the video which just came out. In the video we cover my book Long-Form Improv, my all-improvised web series The Infinite Need, and the improvised sermons I do as the Reverend Raymond … Read More
Today I starred in a voting documentary filmed by vlogger Aimée Davison. The video may be found on YouTube here.
On October 5th, I did an interview with Elizabeth Quinn for her Improvised New York podcast. The interview was the substance for Episode 47, which came out today. Subscribe to her fantastic podcast which interviews all kinds of improvisers on iTunes or listen on Podbean when it’s released a little later this month.
This evening I appeared on Episode 704 (“Unwindulax”) of the television series 30 Rock. I appear in the second act, in the second scene. In other words, after the first commercial break, I’m in the second scene. I play the coatcheck guy opposite Tina Fey. Click here to view the episode on Hulu. Click here to view the episode on iTunes. I … Read More
Amy Larimer of the dance and theatrical improvisation duo The Raving Jaynes invited me to perform as improvised sermon as The Reverend Raymond Nader at their variety show titled Spontaneous Vaudeville. I accepted! I hope you’ll come see the incredible spectacle that is an improvised sermon at the awesome Gershwin Hotel in Manhattan (next door to the Museum of Sex!) on … Read More
This morning I did an interview with Elizabeth Quinn for her Improvised New York podcast. The interview will be the substance for Episode 47. Subscribe to her fantastic podcast which interviews all kinds of improvisers on iTunes or listen on Podbean when it’s released a little later this month.
Today I played the role of Kevin in a scene titled Town Hall for a 3-camera workshop at NYU. My director was Alissa Crist.