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Last online
May 30
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Atheism, and laughing about it
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
My self-summary
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I'm passionate about film. I try and see everything on the big screen. I love baseball but can't really play it to save my life. I am a huge Yankees fan but don't hate individual Red Sox fans -- just them as a collective. Somehow I fell into going to karaoke when I moved here, but I mostly sing songs I can talk my way through. I like going to the zoo and as a child knew everything about animals (which I forgot when I learned everything about baseball, which I forgot when I learned everything about movies). I often ask myself “What would Larry David do?” in a given situation…but don't worry I rarely go ahead and do it.
What I’m doing with my life
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I moved to L.A. about 8 years ago from N.Y. (which will become far too obvious when you hear the accent). I came like so many before me to pursue screenwriting. I have had some success which basically means I’m told by every studio how great I am as they pass on the latest spec. That said, out here, writing, I wouldn’t have my life any other way.

However, I currently work for E!/Style/G4 in a freelance technical aspect. If you’re watching The Soup and the network goes to black ... blame me. If you’re watching Keeping Up with the Kardashian’s and the network goes to black…I did you a favor.

I also do script consulting for the Writer's Store. I actually really love the work and wish it could be a full time gig. I'd like to think my notes are actually making people better writers.

Even more recently I have taken a third gig reviewing movies on an Internet radio show/podcast once a week. Now I have even more of a reason to see everything in the theater. AND I have started my own podcast with a friend of mine. It's a lot of fun and has been a creative way to network:

And even more recently I have gotten into the world of performing personal comedic essays at shows. I'm really good at it and think this may be my new calling. Now I just have to figure out how to make money off it.
I’m really good at
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Well, I’d like to think writing (note: dating profiles might not be the best representation of this talent). I’m really good at telling a story. Talking film obviously. Actually talking about almost anything like art, politics or sports… I’d like to think I’m fairly well rounded. Oh and mini golf…I’m pretty good at mini golf.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I don’t know. You should tell me that…right?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I love all genres of film so I'll list some favorite filmmakers: Kubrick, Scorsese, Herzog, Solondz, Wilder, the Coen Brothers, Woody and John Waters

TV Shows: LOST Also Seinfeld, Arrested Development, 24, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Girls, Game of Thrones, Orphan Black

Music: Regina Spektor. I saw her in concert not too long ago and it might be the best show I ever went to. I also love Bowie, Beck, the Pixies, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Rilo Kiley

Books: The Road, World War Z, No One Belongs Here More Than You, Easy Riders Raging Bulls, The Hunger Games series, anything by Sarah Vowell
Just read Roger Ebert's memoirs which were wonderful.

Food: I seem to eat a lot of chicken, for what it's worth. That said I think my "last meal" choice would be a bacon cheeseburger.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Movie theaters
2. Aroma, an amazing cafe in Studio City that I spend way too much time at
3. Sardo's, a karaoke bar in Burbank which is where I made so many friends in LA
4. The New York Yankees
5. DVDs
6. All my great friendships (yeah, it’s a lame stock answer… but it doesn’t make it less true)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How you write a cover letter for your resume when your career goals are screenwriter, film critic and raconteur.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At dive bar grabbing a drink with friends. At the movies seeing whatever might have came out that day. Looking for some sort of “adventure” that will give me another story to tell.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I’m pretty much an open book. Just ask away.
You should message me if
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If you’re someone who appreciates the different interests of others. If you’re someone who loves film and loves talking about film. If you’re someone who thinks Annie Hall is a perfect film.

But most importantly, if you’re someone who believes in and is passionate about something...anything.