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My Biggest Fan

Earlier this week a documentary I narrated,  “The Real Apes of the Planet”, aired on Animal Planet. (Here’s a clip in case you missed it.) I got lots of congratulations and kind comments from friends and family but I thought I’d share the voicemail message I got from, arguably, my biggest fan – my mom.

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Let me share my two cents.

  No not my opinion, my actual two cents. That’s right, the big bucks are rolling in now, residuals baby…I just a got a check in the mail for $.02! The residual check is from a job I did a few years ago, recording voiceover for the adorable show “The Wonder Pets”. I get these […]

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Don’t count your chickens before they hatch … but at least get paid for them: Getting cast on Veep, Part 3 of 3.

The last part of this three part epic is sad, short and explains the title. Six months had passed and my episode of Veep was released. I put the episode on and did a slow fast forward through it looking for myself … I was going to watch the whole episode but the suspense was […]

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Corporate Comedy

I’ve never really worked for a corporation or even in an office for that matter. When I first moved to New York City straight out of college I was trying to find a day job, the thing actors have to do to make money, I had heard of a lot of people getting work through […]

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Lonely Day

  Trying to be a working actor some days are busier than others. Last week I voiced the character of Kitty Pride in an X-Men graphic novel for a company that turns comic books into audio books. It was a really fun job and I hope to work with them again soon. Wednesday I took […]

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Am I Insane or Just Persistent?

I’m driving along to another audition in Philadelphia for a Pennsylvania Lottery commercial, no the irony is not lost on me, I am acutely aware that my chances of booking this part are about the same as winning big on a scratch off. I’ve already auditioned for at least six other lottery commercials and have […]

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“Deaf Woman’s Little Boy”

This afternoon I had an audition for a certain salad dressing that shall remain nameless as I don’t want to get in trouble or sued for breaking a non disclosure agreement. The company wanted to to anthropomorphize the dressing into a cute bubbly woman salad dressing with curly hair. The kind of salad dressing woman […]

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What I Will Do and Have Done To Succeed… That Hasn’t Worked Yet.

When I first moved to New York the first job I had was as a wardrobe person at the Barrow Street Theater. It was a theater where lots of cool actors would do new plays while they were on hiatus or “in between projects”. It was at that theater where I saw Sarah Jessica Parker […]

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