Sx_Tape screening at the BFI Film Festival

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Happy to announce that “Sx_Tape” – the horror film, directed by Bernard Rose Candyman, will be screening at the BFI festival in London on October 10th and October 12th. I play the antagonist (see creepy picture below). There should be more screenings to report on coming soon! Find more info here:


Paige Harris in Grand Theft Auto V


Grand Theft Auto V’s much anticipated release is TODAY! I can finally say that I voice quite a few characters in it. Hear me as Paige Harris (more info about her here, White Trailer Trash, a Hipster Pedestrian, and most impressively HUMPY!!! So far a downpour of great reviews – I can’t wait to play it!


Esquire’s 80th on September 23rd!

Look out for my voice on “Esquire’s 80th,” a 2 hour documentary, toasting to 80 years of legends, heroes, and heartbreakers. I voice the excerpts from different writers throughout the years. Celebrate Esquire’s 80th, premiering Sept 23 at 9|8c

TJ Maxx/Marshalls National TV Commercials

Just last week, a new commercial I voiced for TJ Maxx/Marshalls began airing. I was thrilled to book the job because 1) I am a major advocate (and shopper) of both TJ Maxx and Marshalls and 2) It’s a national TV commercial, airing on all of the stations so you will be sure to see it/hear it on TV soon. You can watch the :30 here by clicking the link!

TJ Maxx/Marshalls commercial

or watch the :15 now!

P.S. I voiced the radio campaign as well!

Boxing Day at LA Film Festival

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I had the pleasure of being a part of the Q & A for Boxing Day at the LA Film Festival, alongside Jo Farkas, Matthew Jacobs, Bernard Rose and Danny Huston. Very enjoyable seeing the film on the big screen and hearing my voice in surround sound!

Intro to “Call of Duty: Ghosts” Trailer at E3

I was lucky enough to attend E3 and hear my voice in action at the Activision / Blizzard showroom! I played the EMA Coordinator at the California State Warning Center, along with my colleague Chris Cox, who plays the EMA manager. This piece (which was depicted as “ten years earlier” played as the Intro to “Call of Duty: Ghosts” trailer. It was an amazing screening room – 120 feet wide and 25 feet tall – with surround sound (woofers below you), smoke, gusts of air – a completely sensory experience. My mind and eardrums were blown!! Check it out by visiting the link below: