With more than 20 years of stage experience performing in regional theaters across the country, I have an ability to inhabit characters and bring life and truth to text. These experiences have helped me transition successfully into commercial, gaming, and narrative voice over work. My voice can be equally friendly, youthful and inviting or wise, commanding, and mischievous. I’m a collaborator who loves to work with clients to achieve their goals in a timely and professional manner.

I’m a proud recipient of a 2021 Source Elements Diversity Scholarship. I can be heard as Tadashi, a young, internment camp prisoner in Mission US: Prisoner in My Homeland, an interactive historical video game produced by WNET Thirteen in New York which recently won the prestigious Japan Prize. I can also be heard as Nhan/Khue and others in L.A. Theatre Work’s recording of VIETGONE, regional commercials, and in video games for 2K.


I had the pleasure of providing my voice to the California Community Colleges campaign. Check out the spots here and listen for me in the tag!

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