My desire to perform came at an early age. I grew up around show business in Malibu, California. My dad was a screenwriter, who lent his talents to such iconic shows as: “Hogan’s Heroes”, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, “Barney Miller”, “Andy Griffith,” “Happy Days,” and many more. I also went to school with people like: Charlie Sheen, Rob Lowe, Robert Downey Jr. , Holly Robinson-Peete, Sean Penn, and others.
I always wanted to be a television news anchor and reporter, and received a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Cal State Northridge.
After college, I did some acting, (Appearing in: “General Hospital,” “Matlock,” “The Dating Game,”) voice-work, hosting, anchoring, and reporting at various Los Angeles cable stations.
Eventually, I packed my bags to embark on a television news career, first heading to Savannah, Georgia for a morning anchor job. I then went on to anchor and reporter in: Santa Fe and Albuquerque New Mexico, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Kansas City, Missouri, and finally Wichita, Kansas, where I have lived since 2004.
After leaving the t-v news industry, I started my own freelance voice-over and on-camera business. I have voiced hundreds of projects in numerous genres. I have also acted in films including: “Reagan,” starring Dennis Quaid, and “Wild Indian” starring Jesse Eisenberg. T-V appearances have included: “General Hospital,” “Matlock,” “Murder Made Me Famous,” “Snapped,” and “Investigation Discovery.” I have also appeared in dozens of commercials, and hosted numerous shows and videos. Spokesperson work for companies, agencies, and organizations, has also comprised my resume. Details of my work can be found in both the voice-over and on-camera sections of this website.
I also do public speaking. “From Malibu to Wichita,” chronicles my life growing up in Malibu, and all my experiences since, including: Acting in Los Angeles, my nearly twenty year t-v news career, my life as a voice-over and on-camera talent after news, children’s book author and owning businesses outside the entertainment industry.