Years in Business:
After many years doing semi-professional, profit-sharing and community theatre while following a career in the corporate world in Canada and the Philippines, events in my journey re-ignited my desire to follow my true passion to return to the stage and screen professionally.
Favorite Stage Shows you’ve performed in:
Wrong For Each Other
Favorite Neil Simon Quote:
Barefoot in the Park, Ethel: [to Corie, after just climbing up the stairs to Paul and Corie's top-floor apartment] I remember when you were a little girl, you said you wanted to live on the moon... I thought you were kidding.
Favorite Thing About Alberta:
Mountains, and meat! And mountains of meat!
Book I’m Reading:
Lord of the Rings… for the 5th or 6th time.
Favorite Song from the 60’s:
I’m a Believer, by The Monkees
Favorite 60’s TV Show:
I can’t pick just one, I watched a lot of TV as a kid! I loved The Twilight Zone, The Andy Griffith Show, Hogan’s Heroes, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bewitched, Get Smart, My Favorite Martian…
Favorite 60’s Movie:
Alfred Hitchcock’s, Psycho
Biggest Pet Peeve in Your Household:
Stuff not put away. “a place for everything, and everything in it’s place.”
Your Worst Habit:
chastising incorrect grammar.
What are you a “Neat Freak” and a “Slob” about:
I wouldn’t say I am a “neat freak”, but I do prefer things tidy and organized. Yeah, so… not much of a slob about anything, really.
Your Favorite “Famous Moment” in the Business:
A couple of months ago, I received a bunch of Facebook messages one day from some of my friends and former staff in The Philippines who had spotted me in the reporter pool on an episode of Designated Survivor.
Favorite Famous Actor Worked With:
In 2002, I played Roger Nash in Norm Foster’s, The Long Weekend alongside the wonderful and hilarious Lisa Horner, just a few years before she became the famous Ikea “Start the car!” lady.