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Ever since I can remember, I knew I was going to be on stage. I was lucky enough to have a grandmother who loved the arts! She was a high school English teacher and the Fine Arts department head at Baltimore City College High School, teaching Drama, Literature, and History courses to upperclassmen. On top of this, she was also the Director of a Youth Theatre program at the Arena Players in Baltimore, MD, the oldest continuously operating African American community theatre in the country. It was here where my love for theatre performance grew. That first moment on stage as Milky White in Into The Woods Jr, only 4 years old, solidified my fate and the Arena Players became my home.

I extended my training at the Baltimore School for the Arts in their Acting Program, as well as The Peabody Institute's Estelle Dennis Dance Training Program for Boys, where I trained in ballet and contemporary dance, and also Point Park University's International Summer Dance Intensive, where I spent 6 weeks developing my technique in many dance styles.

I continued my theatre education at Rowan University, earning my Bachelors of Arts in Theatre with a specialization in Musical Theatre and a Dance minor. My love for the stage kept me dedicated to training to become a better performer and artist. Upon graduating college, I was offered an Acting Apprenticeship at the Walnut Street Theatre, where I've received hands on experience working with a professional theatre company. The connections I've made from the apprenticeship program helped me to start my career as an actor and performance artist. I am now a proud AEA member and making my dreams come true.

2010 - present
2010 - present
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