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I am an artist living in a small community in south-western Ohio. My creative ventures span theatre & cinema arts, writing, and music.

Since early 2004 my artistic focus has been acting, including professional credits, with the emphasis on stage productions. But my theatre life began in the spring of 1974, as a freshman at Wilbur Wright High School in East Dayton, Ohio, the neighborhood where I grew up. At fifteen I landed the role of Jaime the Cockney in the spring musical, My Fair Lady. From that point, I appeared in all but one high school theatre production, including as Sakini in Teahouse of the August Moon and as Pseudolus in the spring 1977 musical, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

After a twenty-seven-year hiatus from stage acting, I took the stage again as Johnny Pateen O'Dougal in Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan in the spring of 2004 at The Dayton Theatre Guild, a high-quality community theatre with productions that usually rival the professional theatres in the region. Along with many appearances on non-professional theatre stages in the Dayton, Ohio area, and in a few professional and non-professional short films, I've also appeared several times on the Human Race Theatre Company stage, Dayton's professional Equity theatre.

During high school, I took up bass guitar, piano, and songwriting ‐‐ with the piano being mostly for that songwriting. I spent about the next ten years focusing on these musical endeavors. With the exception of a few songs written here and there, since, my musicianship and songwriting laid dorment until late 2019 when, unbeknownst to me at the time, I began writing and recording the album Virtually Approximate Subterfuge.

Along with occasionally appearing on the Dayton Theatre Guild stage, I have been on the DTG board of directors since the summer of 2004. I also have been the sound designer for many productions there as well as a few at other theatres, and I'm the producer for at least one production each season at The Guild. Plus, I produce and direct all the promotional DV movies for the DTG productions. I've been the auteur of several short, narrative movies, as well.

Though it's been a while, I'm a published fiction prose writer and poet, and am now a hopeful playwright. One of my current ventures is finishing the manuscript phase of a two-act play.

As for that academia stuff, I earned my B.A., with Honors, in English and Mass Communication from Wright State University where I've been on staff at the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library since 1994.

Click here for my actor's résumé.

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