Monthly Archives: May 2014


  We tend to our accounts in the dead of winter as each year ends: what we hoped for and what we’ve lost, who did what to us and whom we did what to in return. We do the same in tax season: what we paid or wrote off, what we gained.   Now that […]

Advertising for a Good Cause.

A product that can save lives and protect health. So I’m doing my part.

One-Acts Published

  There’s a nifty website where you can get all kinds of one-act plays to read—and produce! It’s at They’ve published a number of my plays, including a 2-volume collection called Jump Around a Lot, and now they’re about to publish my latest 10-minute dark comedy, “Smoothies.”  

My Contribution to Interior Decor

I pointed out that a framed travel poster with the words DEATH VALLEY in big letters was not a good piece of art for patients to see when they woke up in a hospital’s recovery room.


  I don’t think people are surprised that I am slightly over 70 years old. But I’m surprised.   I let it happen the same way you let your car run out of gasoline or the fire go out in a wood stove. You didn’t mean to let it happen but somehow it did.   […]

Time for Muscle-Building

I recently was on a shoot for a commercial. Portraying a former biker, I had a (temporary) tattoo on my upper arm. The director said, “Now flex your muscle so we can really see the tattoo.” I had to admit, “I already am.”So now I’ll be going to the gym a lot more often.


Updated file of photos and stills from video, film, stage work, commercials, and stock-photo modeling. These were all taken in the last few years. Photographers include: John Abrahante, Stevens Anazco, Simone Becchetti, Michael Beckert, Daniel Bendjy, Veronica Cerna, Mindo Cikanavicius, Robert Paul Cohen, Grant Delin, Michael Duva, Robert Englebright, Emiliano Granado, Ellen Hart, Keith Ferris, Nikolai […]