I am still deliriously married to the Sarah McKinley Oakes and we are celebrating our eight year wedding anniversary this coming September 14th.

Additionally, and very excitingly, I have begun a new career as a Hypnotherapist and am thrilled to be seeing clients and helping people make positive changes in their behavior. If you have a problem you'd like help with, call me. www.MetaMotivationHypnosis.com (310) 709-8868 And, as always, I am a member of the Sacred Fools Theatre Company, an Ovation Voter and general enthusiastic member of the Los Angeles Theatre community.
Having finished performing in Sacred Fools Theatre's world-premiere production of Jon Jory's adaptation of Candide, I was excited about my network television debut as convicted serial killer, Leonard Ennis, in Criminal Minds. My scene was with the amazing Aisha Tyler and the episode was directed by Thomas Gibson. It was a lovely group to shoot with and I had a terrific time, even if I was handcuffed to my own ankles most of the time. They then called me back for the season finale, in which Leonard was not killed. So he may yet recur again.

I wrote and directed a late night comedy crime serial The Wrong Crowdas part of Sacred Fools Theatre's SERIAL KILLERS. We ran for nine episodes before we were ourselves killed.

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In Los Angeles the show had been Ovation Recommended, ran for a week at South Coast Rep before going to Britain for a four week run at the Edinburough Fringe Festival and had a week long run in London at The Greenwich Theater in 2013. At the Fringe Festival, we were nominated for "Best Ensemble in the Fringe" by Stage magazine.

Not content to go to Edinburgh only once, I also went in 2014 with Theatre Movement Bazaar's Hot Cat. This time we were a London Times critics pick and won Best Ensemble.

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Before all that, I finished a very exciting month-long Chinese tour performing Track 3 with Theatre Movement Bazaar playing Solyony in a deconstructed, movement based version of The Three Sisters.