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About Me

I am a New York based actor born and raised out of Austin, TX. I was the first to leave the nest from a very big Mexican family in pursuit of a degree and a career. My family is very important to me and my art so I try to honor them with every opportunity I get.

I have lived in New York for about 7 years now including my college years where I received training from Cap21/Molloy University's musical theatre BFA program. I graduated in the spring of 2020 and have been happily in Brooklyn ever since.

I love what I do because I believe art has the power to impact. It can bring a community together. It evokes emotion. It heals. For those reasons I take a lot of care with how I enter a room and collaborate with others. I'm a very head first kind of guy. I'm not afraid to look messy or silly. I will try anything and everything for the sake of the journey and the story (all in good taste of course). How will we know the extent of our capabilities if we are afraid to look silly or fail? This career can't be taken for granted and I'm grateful for all the amazing and talented people I've met on this journey so far.

WAY back before college I started out at the McCallum Fine Arts Academy high school in Austin, where I received my certificate in vocal performance and advanced training in music theory and part singing. I have eleven years of choir experience and a strong sight-singing background. I was a member of the Pre-Professional Program at ZACH Theatre where I had my musical theatre focused training. 


Post college aside from acting, I took to learning how to produce and record my own music along with making covers which has been one of my new favorite hobbies! Other hobbies include painting, LEGO, screaming at the t.v. (Football and soccer), choreographing community-based performance, playing video games, playwriting, and music composition. I am also a HUGE fan of 80's pop culture. The Spielberg films, the rock music, what's not to love? Lastly, I can make you a killer playlist of any genre!

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