Acting credits:

 photo by Robyn Von Swank

I have worked professionally as an actor and a host in film, TV, commercials and on the web.

Film credits: Paolo Sorrentino's Youth (2015), Oren Moverman's Time Out Of Mind (2014), HBO's Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight  (2013), indie film The Sisterhood Of Night (2013), ESPN's 30 For 30 feature Silly Little Game  (2010)

TV credits: CW's Gossip Girl, HBO's Boardwalk Empire Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, MTV's Blogger Girls, Comedy Central's The Daily Show With Jon Stewart The Colbert ReportSundance Channel's 2013 Film Festival coverage

Commercial credits: AT&T "Huh?" guy (which became a viral meme), Comedy Central stand-up month "Creepy Charlie," Embassy Suites road trip host for "More Good Company" campaign, American Express "Big Fraud," LL Bean "Keep Them Guessing," Progressive "Night Out", Comcast Xfinity "Real People" campaign

Web credits: Abe in UCB web film "Gary Saves the Graveyard," CollegeHumor's "Everyday Acting," The Onion News Network's "NYU Student Fire," UCBcomedy's "American Apparel Sexy", Funny Or Die's "10 Hours Of Walking In NYC As A Man"

I have studied at and now teach and perform improv comedy performance at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. 

My acting representation:

See below for a few examples of my acting and hosting work.  

Acting reel:

Acting clips: 

"The Jane" - a short film I star in about a guy who gets in a romantic tryst at a hotel.

CW's Gossip Girl - guest spot

UCB comedy short "American Apparel Everyday Sex" 

Host - Embassy Suites - breakfast buffet

AT&T - "Huh?" guy commercial outtakes

Dr. Frankenstein's Kickstarter - by these people comedy

"Gary Saves the Graveyard" - 5 part web film from UCB Comedy

Mic Masters - web series pilot

"Creepy Charlie Loves Stand-Up" - Comedy Central campaign