Comedically, I'm the well-meaning but clueless dad; the tightly-wound middle manager; the guy who takes things personally - and just can't manage to let it go...
Not to mention, an excellent straight man.
Dramatically, I'm often cast as the wounded idealist, the quietly incorruptible cop, the reporter who won't stop digging, the gruff, but ultimately kindhearted authority figure.
I love working in period pieces: I'm quite adept at fitting myself into different eras. I have a particular knack for projects set in the late 1880s, as well as the early 1960s through the 1980s.
I have a facility for accents, and have recently been cast as an 1880s British shop owner in the upcoming feature film Angelica (starring Jena Malone), and as real life Hungarian physicist Leo Szilard in Breaking the Chain.
I am the co-creator and one of the primary writer/producers of Uncanny County, a podcast featuring supernatural tales of the American Southwest. (Sort of like a modern-day Twilight Zone as it might have been imagined by the Coen Brothers.)
I live in Manhattan with my super-talented, wonderful wife, Nicole Greevy, and our amazingly, unbelievably awesome son, Griffin.
My dad was a detective on the local police force in a suburb of Oklahoma City (where I grew up).
I'm a major film and comic book geek, I play the guitar and my mind is a massive storehouse of useless pop culture trivia. Seriously. I'm the guy you want on your team in Trivial Pursuit.