New Yorker born and bred. Raised by parents who talked about social justice around the dinner table, and two older twin sisters who arm-wrestled the boys in the cafeteria at school, making my voice heard and taking up space was something I had to fight for since I was born. I pride myself on my New York swagger, high-tops, hoop earrings, and incredible love for my city. At my first private school, Brown University, while managing my culture shock, I studied Ethnic Studies with a focus on Race in Performance, and of course Theater.
After college I picked up my stuff and I bought a one way ticket to Panama. I traveled north for 5 months through Central America. I love adventure. I love to eat and try new food. I love to dance. And now I love to scuba dive.
A few years later I packed my bags again, this time moving to Brooklyn, and started my MFA in Acting at Brooklyn College. I thrive on acting and transforming and exploring and getting really really dirty. Honing my skills as an actor and dedicating my life to this craft has become my favorite adventure.