"Patient" is in Post-Production!!!
That’s a wrap! Principle photography was finished in August 2018 and we are now deep in the editing phase.
The script is still continuing to garner awards, including First Place at Cinequest Film Festival, Creative World Awards, and the Great American Script Contest.
Our fundraising video on Seed&Spark was named Top 12 after being Greenlit in 2018. Check it out here:
"Cancelled" to be published and produced
Bonita Springs Center for the Arts will be producing "Cancelled" AND publishing it as part of their Stage It! 10 Minute Play Festival.
It also received productions at B3 Productions in Phoenix, AZ and The Actors Studio in Newburyport, MA where it won the Clopton Prize for Best Play.
"Cancelled" gets NYC Premiere
My short play "Cancelled" will be produced by Village Playwrights at the LGBTQ Center in the West Village on Valentine's Day, 2018. The cast features Jason Pintar and Thomas Dellamonica.
"The Elephant Man"
Recently finished a fabulous run as John Merrick in "The Elephant Man" at Gallery Players in Brooklyn.
Check out the amazing New York Times review by Dick Cavett HERE!!
"Patient" was nominated for Best TV Comedy at Austin Revolution Film Festival and named a Finalist at Filmmatic Screenwriting Awards. "Chlora & Phyll" was named a finalist at Creative World Awards, a quarterfinalist at WeTV Pilot Competition, a semifinalist at ScreenCraft Pilot Competition, and won 3rd place at Table Read My Screenplay, New Orleans.
Best of Pick of the Vine
My short play "Cancelled" has been given a second production at Little Fish Theatre in LA as part of their Best of Pick of the Vine one act festival.
"The Blacklist" and SAG-AFTRA
I have a guest spot on "The Blacklist" airing February 9th, 10pm on NBC where I play a Moroccan cop opposite the incredible James Spader. Thank to this I am now a proud, card carrying member of SAG-AFTRA.
"Patient" wins Creative World Awards!
My pilot came in first for Original Comedy Teleplay at CWA, a leading international screenwriting contest.
"Patient" finalist for Screencraft and seriesfest.
My half hour comedy pilot went on to make the finals for both the ScreenCraft and SeriesFest Screenplay Competitions.
Co-Author of "Freak Week" by youtube sensation Grace Helbig!
My chapter "Crazy Like a Duck" was chosen to be part of E-Network star Grace Helbig's novella "Freak Week". Check it out by clicking HERE! I wrote chapter 3.
"Patient" wins 1st Place at Cinequest!
My pilot won the grand prize for Half Hour Teleplay at Cinequest. It was an amazing week at a truly great film festival. Onward and upward!
"Cancelled" takes home 2nd Place in New Works of Merit Playwriting Competition!
My short play "Cancelled" follows a gay couple faced with the unexpected death of their adopted infant son who they were about to meet for the first time. Thank you to New Works of Merit for this honor.
Named "Best Featured Actor" in Broadwayworld.com
My performance as Ryan in "Hellman v. McCarthy" was awarded Best Featured Actor in a critic's pick of Los Angeles theatre in 2015. Read the full article here!
"Pieces", NYU TISCH Short film
Written and Directed by Carlos Daniel Reichel. I play one half of a couple going through a complicated break up.
Reading of my new TV series "Patient"
On December 16th, I will be producing a reading of the first 4 episodes of my half hour comedy, "Patient", featuring an incredible cast and directed by the incomparable Tom Wojtunik.
December 16th, 7pm, at CAP21 Studios: 18 w. 18th St, New York, NY
Send an email to email@example.com with your name and number of tickets. It's FREE, but space is limited so act fast!
My episode of "Royal Pains" aired July 7th. I guest starred a Civil War Reenactor suffering from a strange rash... that looks suspiciously like small pox. This gig also got me my SAG/AFTRA membership!
"Hellman v. McCarthy" at the saban, LA
The Off-Broadway transfer of "Hellman v. McCarthy", starring 3-time Emmy winner Dick Cavett, garnered rave reviews from the Los Angeles theatre community. I was very fortunate to replay the role of Ryan in the wonderful play, having originated the role in New York at the Abingdon Theatre Company.