I grew up on a two acre patch of land outside of a village called Moravia, New York.  I'm the son of a factory maintenance worker and a nurse aide.

A fair share of my youth was spent on athletic fields (particularly baseball diamonds), and although I had performed in some school plays it was always sport that took priority.  Then I saw a production of A Raisin in the Sun at Syracuse Stage and wanted to be an actor.

I chose to study at Sarah Lawrence College and brought my guitar along with me.  Through some friends, I learned to play traditional Irish music.  I now reside in Brooklyn.

That's my life in a nutshell.  This is my website. 

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