My mission is to get audiences to empathize with the characters that they least want to understand
Let me explain.
I'm bad at holding a grudge. Always have been.
But that's because I want to believe there is always a reason why people do what they do. That people are not good or evil. They are human. And I believe striving to understand the human who has wronged you is the only way to move forward.
The Extremist Soldier
The School Bully
My job is to use humor and honesty to engage the audience with questions that humanize these characters. "What are their fears?" "How did they become who they are?" "How am I like this person?"
I hope and believe that if I do my job right, we can start seeing those who hurt us as people instead of enemies. I'm not sure how to heal all the grudges held in this world, but this seems like a pretty good place to start.
Some adjectives to describe what I bring to the characters I play:
Whether they're the class clown, the maverick soldier, or the guy who shouldn't get the girl but juuust might grin, wink, (and bumble) his way into her heart all the same, my characters are Charming,
Heart-on-their-Sleeve rebels that make you wonder
"How can I possibly not root for him!"
Some Actors who's types are similar to mine:
-Miles Teller (The Incredible Now)
-Timothee Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name)
-Noah Cintineo (To All the Boys I've Loved Before)
-Shia LeBeauf (Peanutbutter Falcon)