I had a minimal but memorable experience as a voice and television actor in Vancouver, after training toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Simon Fraser University. You might remember me as the guy with no lines who listened uninterrupted to his music player in a road trip Energizer commercial, or the homophobe protest leader in the L-Word. Or you might not.
I was also co-founder of a sketch comedy troupe/short film production company called Genus Theatre, which produced a number of successful independent comedy shows over a three year span. Most of our film catalog is available on YouTube.
Selections of my film, television, and theatre appearances are listed below.
film and television
|The L-Word||Principal/Graham||Showtime/L. Stopkewich|
|Because You Demanded It||Lead/Dave||Independent/S. Crauder|
|Comic Zero||Lead/Jack Spruce||Independent/A. Spring|
|Of Golf and God||Actor/Pro Golfer||Independent/R. Mains|
|Last Day||Principal/Simon||Independent/D. Brigden|
|Ten Years Later||Lead/Van, Kelvin||Genus Theatre/S. Logie|
|City At Night||Lead/Matt, Tim||Genus Theatre/K. Ayre|
|Smitten||Lead/Burrows, Marty||Genus Theatre/B. Todor|
|Welcome To The Family||Lead/Jimmy, Fred||Genus Theatre/H. Doerksen|
|Antigone||Lead/Haemon||SFU Mainstage/P. Stella|
|A Kind Of Alaska||Lead/Hornby||SFU Mainstage/B. Marchenski|
|Big Love||Principal/Leo||SFU Mainstage/D.D. Kugler|
|The Lover||Lead/Richard||SFU Directing Projects/B. Marchenski|
I have also voiced a number of promotional and instructional videos for Ballistic Arts and TechTV, and leant my voice to a number of animated series and video games, including:
- Hikaru No-Go
- MegaMan NT Warriors
- Star Ocean
- Galaxy Angel
- Human Crossing
- Boys Over Flowers
- Infinite Ryvius
- Project Arms
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space (PS2)
My voice demos can be downloaded below.
commercial.mp3 (1.9 MB)
animation.mp3 (1.1 MB)
You can also find me listed on the Internet Movie Database.