Scott Sedita's book The Eight Characters of Comedy really took some of the mystery out of the whole business. I have always loved comedic acting, and would LOVE to work on sitcoms, but had little practice with the style. The experience of reading the book and attending the workshop helped me look at sitcom acting from a different perspective, and break it down into its methodology and parts. At Scott's workshop, I got to play around with a number of scenes while adopting traits from the characters featured in his book. When I read the book, I though FOR SURE I'd naturally fall into the "Logical Smart One" character, with a tendency towards the "Neurotic" character, (quiet you!) and perhaps I still will; however, once we were in class and playing around with the dialogue, I seemed to gravitate towards the "In Their Own Universe" character, which I wouldn't have predicted! Although, now that I look back at some of my more recent roles, I can totally see where that is coming from. Speaking of recent roles, here's a commercial I did for a Mofilm contest with director Rob Shaw. Definitely some "In Their Own Universe" happening there... Enjoy!