Squadron 86

Really excited to share that I'll be part of this fantastic new web series. It's a sci-fi show that showcases some truly great characters, and I'm honored to be playing a large part in it. Here's just some of the incredible team members. We went to the UofT observatory to celebrate the greenlighting of rht show.

Action Short Shoot

I know it's been forever since I wrote here. But sometimes that just happens. The industry goes in ways, and things get more complicated when you're in preproduction and really just aren't allowed to share things. There's a few items in the works, and they're not ready to be shared yet. I've booked some fun shows and get to play some great characters. But more on that when I can.

In the meantime, here's a screen grab from an action short that I did. I just killed the man who killed my daughter - Mama Bear at her best, you know!

Shooting "Mommy/Daddy Time"

Was shooting a short film not too long ago. Here's a still from it. It's about a Mom and Dad who choose to indulge in a few adult substances on the very rare night that they are away from the kids.

It was a funny and super efficient shoot. Can't wait to share it with you.

Script Reading: The Princess Bride

As actors there are roles that we would've loved to have played, but never got the chance.  In this great series that a friend started we read through famous scripts and finally get a chance to play those characters.

Recently, we read The Princess Bride.  I got to play Fezzik, Humperdink, and *my favorite* Miracle Max.  I also brought my camera and managed to capture some of the fun.

A Very Long Weekend: The Movie

Rehearsing a little mini-stunt for camera and lighting. 

Paul de la Rosa in character.

The fabulous Stephanie in between takes

Rehearsing a scene.

In between takes.  

This past summer I had the honor of going up north an starring in a quirky, dark comedy film written by the super talented Scott Albert, directed by the amazing Ash Catherwood, and Cinematography by the brilliant Bruce William Harper.

I didn't realize until I got up there that I was in every single scene.  It made for really long days, but really fun moments too.

*pictures by Ryan Fisher, who also plays a hilarious character in the film*

Updates and A Comedy

Me and three members of the cast of "A Very Long Weekend" prepping for a scene.
Over the past few months, I've had the unadulterated joy to have been in class a lot.  I've taken some dialects classes and some really great intensives on top of my regular weekly actor's workout class.  It's been sheer joy.

I've also recently made the jump to a new and fabulous agent, Sam Woodruff from Butler Ruston Bell.  So exciting.

And to top off this joy, I recently spent three days at a cottage up north working hard on a short film shoot.  When I say working hard I do mean it.  As the lead, I'm in every single scene, so I was on set from the moment we started to the moment we finished.  But you know what?  It was absolutely wonderful, as the rest of the cast is incredible and so much fun to work off of.  They gave everything at every moment which of course made it all super easy for me.

And guess what guys?  It's a comedy!  A dark comedy, but a comedy nonetheless. I'm sort of funny...sometimes.  Right?


I am a Trading Card!

Remember how I teased you with some Spy Whores shots earlier?  Well, the whole project has launched.  And I now have my very own trading cards!  How cool is that? Check out the rest at Spy Whores