Most people assume that because I’m tall, good-looking and (non-Jewish) white, that I can’t be funny! Well, those people have never heard my joke about the guy who walked into a bar with a chicken under each arm.

Comedy and humour have forever been a passion of mine. It’s a wonderful tool for connecting people, changing moods, replacing one thing with another, protection and deflection and, of course just purely bringing joy and lightness to others. Is there anything comedy can’t do??

I have been a comedian for most of my life starting from being voted high-school class clown, taking 2nd place in California and going to Nationals for Humourous Interpretation, to today where I never perfom live on a stage anywhere… but I will, soon.


Stand-up comedy has always been a passion, and I have been on and off of stages and in clubs since I was 25 years old.   Check out my short showreel of stand-up highlights!

And, although I haven’t done much lately, I still keep an active notebook full of concepts, jokes, and routines.

Ironically, I was ready to reboot my stand-up career and had a booking to appear at the famed Up The Creek comedy Club in London April 2020… 10 days before my slot, we were locked-down. However, I do intend to make a come back onto the scene again soon, so watch this space!


There is no other performance based art form that is more interesting, exciting or entertaining than improvisational comedy. It has served as the foundation for dozens of TV shows over the years and has launched the careers of countless of our favorite actors/comedians.

More powerfully, improv is a skill that must be carefully developed over years and it comes with very specific rules. Those rules and the method behind improv, when properly learned and applied to performance, makes for excellent comedy. When applied to life, it makes for excellent human relations. I apply the lessons I learned from my 4+ years studying improv to my life, performance and teachings every day. They have never left me.

For information on my improv classes go to


I’ve always loved sketch comedy and have, on ocassion (mostly just for fun) developed and produced some sketch comedy clips. Born out of my time in improv where I learned a lot about character and scene development, I’ve always a dreamt of creating a sketch comedy show. I actually did develop a show and shot a pilot for the Czech television market called, Fakt Jo!  But it was a very stifling environment to try to pitch in (for a myriad of cultural reasons). Essentially, they weren’t ready for it. 

Perhaps, someday I will revisit this ambition and create a concept for British television. (Actually I already have one 😉).