My Creative Side

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
  • Inuyasha
  • 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 Demo
commercial.mp3 (1.9 MB)
Animation Demo
animation.mp3 (1.1 MB)

You can also find me listed on the Internet Movie Database.