Originating in the same small African country as Charlize Theron, Arnold Vosloo, Dave Matthews and approximately 51 000 000 slightly less famous people, I have been performing all my life. I entered the industry at the Peoples Theatre in Johannesburg where I received a Naledi nomination for Best Newcomer for my role as 'Mr Plod' in 'Noddy', staying on to perform in over twelve productions for them. I played both 'Eddie' and 'Dr Scott' in the 'Rocky Horror Show' and 'Sonny' in 'Grease' for the Barnyard Theatres. A couple of highlights for me were playing 'Walter' in the Woody Allen show 'Don't Drink the Water' directed by the great Bill Flynn and my performance as Ray Dooley in the Irish dark comedy 'The Beauty Queen of Leenane.'
My film and TV career includes 'Generation Kill' (HBO); 'Krakatoa' and 'Wild at Heart' (BBC); 'Feast of the Uninvited' and 'Angels Song' (M-Net); a few advertisements and appearances in South African local soaps 'Isidingo' and 'Binnelanders'.