Recently, I have acted in the premiere of The Last Living Gun by Ryan Stevens at UCLA, and the Shakespeare Company at UCLA's ‘70’s interpretation of
Twelfth Night as the yellow-stockinged Malvolio. Additionally, I performed in CMF, the world’s largest student film festival, in the short film Love Hurts, for which I won the Tripod Award for Best Actor.
I also had the privilege to be a part of UCLA’s Spring Sing, the school’s annual musical festival, dating back to 1945. As a member of Company, I helped provide comedic relief throughout the night by acting in and writing several of the night’s digital sketches.
During quarantine, I have been keeping busy writing new screenplays, developing a new sketch comedy channel, and adapting classic musicals for an online Zoom format.
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