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Off-Broadway Debut with the role of DeeDance in The Magical Journey Of Arlekina

I am currently cast as DeeDance in the Off-Broadway Production The Magical Journey Of Arlekina. It is an immersive musical for children at Theatre Row, 42nd Street.


The character I am portraying is half deer and half human who is a great dancer and loves to entertain his audience, until one day, his boss forbids him to do so. DeeDance falls into greed and becomes obsessed with money and costly things. However, hope is not lost: he meets Arlekina who reminds him throughout the course of the play that money isn't the goal - it's happiness and joy. 

Concert @ Austrian Cultural Forum New York

I was singing four pieces by Richard Strauss at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York for the Book Presentation of New Vessel Press called "Palace of Flies". Joanne Chang was my accompanist for this evening. Thanks to the ACFNY for the opportunity.

I love Strauss pieces. For example, his choices of lyricists and how he dives into the text and composing the most musically cohesive expressions. The meanings of the songs are so universal that even if you do not speak German they translate through the brilliant music. 

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Concert @ Green Room 42

An evening with compositions by Emmy-Award-Winning composer Sean Pallatroni. I will be performing two of his pieces alongside featured newcomers as well as Broadway artists e.g. Xiaoqing Zhang, Juwan Crawley, Ellis Gage, Grace Ellis, Max Bartos and many more.

Moved to New York City

After finishing my studies at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, I felt that I had to move back to New York City. I love this city! It not only offers so much cultural diversity but also so many opportunities for an artist. I am thrilled to start my career in this marvelous town.

Cast as Jared in "THE SPELL THAT BACKFIRED" by Rayna Campbell

I was cast in the short-film "THE SPELL THAT BACKFIRED". Directed by Rayna Campbell, Cinematography by Federico La Tona. I played JARED.


It has been rewarded with several awards for example the outstanding achievement award for best RomCom at the Indie ShortFest LA.

The Academy Company 2022 Showcase

I  performed a scene and monologue at the 2022 Showcase of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts Los Angeles. 

Directed by Betty Karlen

Cast as Brian in "THE SHADOW BOX" by Michael Cristofer

I was recently cast in the play "THE SHADOWBOX". A play about love, life and the final stages of terminal cancer. This play showed how three cancer patients deal with their close death and how their families cope with it.


I played Brian, a graceful man, simple, direct and straightforward. He suffers from terminal cancer and also happens to be a philosopher. His open views on death are very  thought-provoking.

Cast as Puck in "A Midsummer Nights Dream" by William Shakespeare

I am currently cast in the play "A Midsummer Nights Dream". I am playing Puck, a mischievous fairy that loves to play practical jokes on people and fool around.


During rehearsals this play became one of my favorites of William Shakespeare's work. It has drama, comedy, absurd comedy and a lot of physical acting in it! Which I love. Our Production Theme is Cirque du Soleil and is brilliantly directed by Rayna Campbell.

Cast as Davis in "Really Really" by Paul Downs Colaizzo

I was recently cast in the play "Really Really". I was playing Davis, a student at an Ivy League University.


Really Really tracks the events of one wild party and its massive repercussions for one group of friends. Leigh accuses Davis of rape, and the characters aren't sure what to make of it. It is the idea of allegiance that gets to the heart of the play.

This play was written before #metoo and illuminates and demonstrates in an intense way the roots of the subject rape. It leaves the audience with a lot of topics to talk about.

Cast as Gary in "The Exonerated" by Jessica Blank and Eric Jensen

I was cast in the play "The Exonerated". I was playing Gary Gauger, a Midwestern hippie and organic farmer. He has been wrongfully accused of having murdered his parents. This play does not only show his story and how he got on death row, but also shows the stories of five other innocent people who were sentenced to death. It is an extremely relevant play about innocence, racism, justice system, exoneration and life.

Joined the 2021 Company of AADA in Los Angeles

I am so happy that I have been accepted to be part of this year's COMPANY Program! I am very excited to work on several challenging roles throughout the year and to be able to perform live in front of an audience! I cannot wait to practice my skill at working in a professional theater setting and with such talented and amazing people!

Graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts

I recently became an alumni of AADA! I am so grateful that I had the opportunity and chance to study acting for stage and screen at this marvelous institution. I haven't only learned so much about myself, but my time there enriched my acting as well as my technique & craft. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all my teachers both at the New York and Los Angeles Campus - It was a blast!

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