The worst thing about the entertainment industry is, the dreaded BIO. Basically, you have to, in three short paragraphs or less, describe your entire life.
Comedians have the worst bios, if you don't believe me, just look at mine for comedy...generic, to say the least.
I mean, I didn't burst onto the comedy scene, or pop, or even fizzle. I just went on stage and did my thing. I started with an open mic at a club, met a comic, he introduced me to a booking agent, then the next thing you know I had gigs. And there you have it, that's how you become a comedian. It also helps to have wonderful comedian friends, a supportive family, a good agent, a good list of National and International hotels, and a car with great gas mileage!
Last year I started working on two documentary films. I enjoy the filmmaking process and hope to release other film projects, as well as other comedic skits. I've spent most of my time in the last two years working on these film projects, and touring less as a comedian. Hopefully, I'll be able to find the balance between the two.
So keep checking up on me from time to time. Things will always be changing and progressing, and maybe you can catch me at your local comedy club...I'll be there on stage...just doing my thing.