My mom always wanted me to be a lawyer (some combination of a good job and putting my smart mouth and argumentative mind to good use) and she's been getting her wish in spades- at least on TV. I play Bernie Steinhardt, a mob-lawyer with all the answers who likes to rub it in. Opposite EJ Bonilla and George Katt (as my client), it was a fantastic and tight shoot, can't wait to see how it turns out.
This film I shot several years ago is now available online! The very trippy story of a yeshiva student Shem Mochin, who is experiencing some physical problems that may or may not be rooted in his psyche, and goes on a journey to heal himself that may or may not take place in reality. I play Bentzi, Shem's childhood friend and also his doctor, who may or may not have Shem's best interest's at heart.
I'm starting to have a nice track record with promos, which is lots of fun. You can get a quick glimpse of my corporate villain here- can't wait to see how the episode turns out next week! Monday, Feb 16th on Fox at 8pm EST.
Wayne Enterprises had the boardroom it deserves, with a breathtaking view of Manhattan from WTC 7. Alfred and Bruce got a much better shot with the skyline. We got everything done very efficiently and I can't wait to see how it turns out. Still can't get over that I get to be part of a Batman story.
This project through HereComeTheHumans.com (formerly "Mammal Drama") was one I shot a few years ago, right on the tails of my "House of Cards" shoot, and they booked me off my reel (a first for me). It was a ton of fun and I think the episode came out really well. Check out the full series as well!
Batman. It's my favorite story character of all time and the first comic books I devoured. This show is hugely exciting to me, as a fan and an actor. I'll be playing a Board Member of Wayne Enterprises, who Bruce comes to confront about some shady dealings. Meaning, I'll get to face off with Batman. Ok, Bruce Wayne. As a kid. Verbally. But still, BATMAN. I need to lie down...
Ep 1.16, airdate to follow.
A great project that's been through a few stages. Originally called "Criminal Justice", it was a passion piece of James Gandolfini. Robert De Niro stepped in when he passed away and then John Turturro took over when scheduling conflicts took De Niro away. I'm playing a white collar criminal being sentenced for embezzlement.
This is the one I was waiting for! We shot 5 different scenarios, but this was my favorite and the one I auditioned with. As always, trying to find that closest emergency exit. I'm at the 2:40 mark, right here.