Previous paid speaking roles
Performed major supporting role of a security guard in movie by the University of Arizona, “Cash for Keys” (Kenneth Shore Director) (2009). Performed voice-overs of bickering between husband and wife which was featured at a local art exhibit (2009) Performed major supporting role as a waiter in a movie by The Art Institute of Tucson “Dog Eat Dog" Nick Sianni Director) (2010). Made appearance in music video for Marcus Johnson CD Everlasting (EEL Records). Performed as the lead parishioner in a stage play “The Passion of Christ.” (Allison Turbo Director) (2011) I performed as an extra as a bar patron in a film by 9Buddhas productions entitled Until Dead (2011)(Chris Raboin Director). In 2012 I played an extra in another scene for this same movie (Chris Raboin Director) I played a soldier in Arizona Opera’s Aida (2012). I performed the role of anti-abortion protester in a short film titled “Four Verses by 9Buddahs Production (Chris Raboin Director) (2012). I played a human chess piece in a short science fiction film by Medrosa Film Productions titled Kings (2012). I played a cowboy guard in a Pima Community College film titled "The Pit and the Pendulum" (2012). I played a corporate executive in a short film titled "No Wrath" by 9Buddahs Productions (Chris Raboin Director) (2012). I performed he role of a geeky looking, but morally religious man in short film titled “Proposition 70: An American Way of Life” by 9Buddahs Production (Chris Raboin Director) (2012). Performed a lead role in a short film titled “Dog”. A comedy about an English bulldog (2013). Performed as a school monitor in the full featured film set in 1953 "Lucky U Ranch" by GIZZMO films. (Directed by Steven Anderson) (2013). Performed as a zombie in a Super Bowl commercial sponsored by Doritos and Marvel. (Directed by Jim Biggs) (2013). Performed a patron at gun show in movie titled “600 Miles”. (Directed by Taylor DiGilio) (2014). Performed as a car mechanic Thaddeus, in full feature film "Misfortune" by Gunnison Films. ( Directed and produced by Desmond Devenish) (2014).