Just booked a role in "Alpha House", the incredible new show on Amazon. Written by Gary Trudeau (Doonesbury), my episode will be directed by...Andrew McCarthy (pause for all my 80's friends to pick themselves off the floor. myself included).
Delta has made another hysterical safety video, sure to get travelers everywhere to pay (some) attention. This one is holiday themed, which already has me humming "Sleigh Ride".
Watch it here (I'm at the 2 min mark)
I'm ADA Howard Lombardi, arguing passionately for a murder conviction. There might be some snags...
I'll post air dates and clips as soon as I get them.
Extra fun was having not 1 but 2 friends in the episode with me- Clyde Baldo as the defense attorney, who I hadn't seen in the 17 years since we appeared in a play together. And we'd faced off against each other back then too.
And April Yvette Thompson, from MGSA days. Great to see friends working too :)
Everyone knows the teasers are the best part of the episode and I finally got one- Ep. 2.3 I play a unfortunate soul who's in the wrong place at the wrong time. But karma's a bitch. I'll post an air date and a clip when I can.
Our first 2 performances were a hit! Labute even graced us on opening night and said he really enjoyed our work (yep, that was nice).
Check out one of our last 2 shows next week, July 22 or 23. We got a little mention in the Daily News. You can buy tickets there as well. Full details for this and future "Shorts!" can be found at their website.
I was thrilled to be offered a role in this incredible piece- I play a Little League coach faced with a tough dilemma when a mom makes him a offer that's hard to refuse. Or accept.
It's part of an evening of shorts, titled "Shorts!" and will play at the Kraine Theater July 15, 16, 22 and 23. Details to follow.
I was offered a role as a reporter in the short film A QUEEN WITHOUT HIS CROWN by Gardenia Films! Writer/director Carmen Pelaez won the 2012 HBO NY International Latino Film Festival Short Film Competition.
The film explores Charlie, a closeted Senator who actively legislates against the LGBT community until the truth finally outmaneuvers him. Charlie was played by an old-school mate, Michael Warner
Airing 6/3/13 on Showtime, "Heart" ep 509 is also available OnDemand and online through 7/2/13. Check out Showtime's website here for full details. I appear around min 17, having a bit of, well, heart trouble. I'll post a clip as soon as I can!
After a second workshop round, we had another reading of "Reporter Girl", about the very first syndicated female comic strip writer, Dahlia "Dale" Messick who wrote "Brenda Starr Reporter". I was reading the roles of C.D. Bachelor (famous cartoonist of his day, mentor and lover to Dale) and Mystery Man (Brenda Starr's mysterious love interest)