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Greetings everyone, and let me welcome you to my website.   I thought it was high time that I updated my opening statement on my website after a few years.   I’m out here in Los Angeles living my dream of becoming a world class actor.  My Dad and I made the trip and the commitment to be here where the action is for TV and Film in January of 2011, and now my Mom is out here with us.  I now have a great team behind me since my manager is Go Talent, my Talent Agency is Abrams Artists Agency, and my PR team is Core PR.  I am best known for my titular leading role as Gortimer in "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street", which is an award-winning original TV Series developed by Amazon Studios. On March, 15, 2015, I was blessed to win back to back Best Leading Actor Award for TV in the 36th and 37th Annual Young Artists Awards. In June of 2015 I made IMDB’s list of the Top Five Young Male Actors between 10 and 16 coming in at number 3 against some awesome competition see the following link:  .  I’ve been a lead more than 20 times and while every one of my films has won awards, one has won 16 Film Festival awards. I completed a recurring co-star role on the CBS sitcom, "Partners", and guest spots on popular shows such as "Wendell & Vinnie", "Modern Family", "Big Time Rush", "The Neighbors", and "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno. I’ve won an IAWTV Award as the lead in the variety series "Kids React" which also won a daytime Emmy and garners more than 2 million views a week. In my spare time, I compete in indoor skydiving and Parkour. I also volunteer at various No Kill pet shelters in the LA area, and support the No Bull Awards program that tries to wipe out bullying.  After two long years “paying my dues” performing non-union jobs, student films, and smaller roles, I am now finally a Screen Actors Guild or SAG/AFTRA union actor like all of the greats.  My IMDB number continues to inch downward but staying in the top 10,000 most of the time.  I am taking classes from outstanding professionals to hone my craft, being home schooled, and working hard to break into this tough industry.  My early success gives me hope that I’m on the right path, but I remain humble and honored to work in this wonderful profession we call Show Business.  Please join with me and follow my saga as I take one step at a time.  Thank you for your support, encouragement, and friendship.  See you on the screen big or small no matter to me.




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