I'm originally from Boonton Township, New Jersey, which I swear is an actual place that exists. I currently live in Los Angeles, where I am a comedy writer, performer, host, V.O. artist, director, and producer.
I've written for such shows as CBS' The Unicorn, the revival of Murphy Brown, the Emmy-award winning Cartoon Network series, Regular Show, Disney Channel's Bunk'd, the 2016 reboot of Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls, Yahoo's TV In No Time, and Superfan TV, Awesomeness TV's Hacking High School, ABC Digital's Paper Dolls, and the Hulu original series, The Morning After, along with such websites as College Humor, Break, New Media Rockstars, Petcentric, and Babelgum. In 2013, I wrote for the CBS Diversity Showcase, and my videos have been featured on the Comedy Central tv show, Tosh.0. My first graphic novel, B.A.B.E. Squad, which I cowrote with my friend, Haley Mancini, was released in March 2019.
I have studied, performed, coached, and taught improv and sketch comedy at UCB theater, The Pack Theater, iO West, and The Improv Space.
I love sandwiches of all kinds.