I've been in LA for 10 years now. I pretty much love it here. I'm originally from NY and have the accent to prove it. I moved out here to pursue screenwriting. For a day job I worked at E! in their master control department. Unfortunately this meant I was forced to watch every single episode of the Kardashians. It's the main reason I'm glad to be done with that gig.
Focus changes in life. Over the last few years I've been concentrating less on screenwriting and more on writing personal comedic essays. I've performed them at storytelling shows across LA and NY and a piece of mine is about to be published in a collection. I've also written about pop culture and film for various blogs.
I've begun using my voice more too. I co-host a weekly pop culture comedy podcast for the Westcast Network. For Afterbuzz TV I host recap shows like Orphan Black, Masters of Sex and I currently host an Agents of Shield show for Collider. I'm working hard every day to turn my writing and commentating into a full time career.
Writing. But I'm also very good at working with writers and helping them develop projects. I used to do this for a living and am thinking of getting back into it.
I used to be a great mini golfer but may have lost my edge over the years.
TV Shows: Game of Thrones, Orphan Black, Lost, Seinfeld, Curb, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Girls, The Sopranos, Parks & Rec, You're the Worst, Broad City
Music: Regina Spektor (seeing her at The Greek was almost a religious experience) Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Beck, Bowie, The Pixies, Garbage, Lorde
Books: The Road, The First Bad Man, The Great Gatsby, Confederacy of Dunces, World War Z, anything by Sarah Vowell.
I just read Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari, which inspired me to update this profile.
Podcasts: How Did This Get Made, Mystery Show, anything on Slate
Food: I'm a meat and potatoes kind of guy.
2. Aroma, an amazing cafe I go to catch up with people or clear my head
3. Sardo's, a karaoke bar in Burbank where I met many great LA friends
4. Television. I'm probably the only person you know who still pays for cable
5. Telling stories
Overthinking this profile.
At the movies seeing whatever might have came out, be it a huge blockbuster or an arty indie.
Looking for some sort of “adventure” that will give me another great story to perform on stage.
If you're someone with a story to tell.
If you’re someone who thinks Annie Hall is a perfect film.
If you’re someone who believes in and is passionate about something...anything.