Where will you be living next year?
What will you be doing?
Performing! I’ve been a working actor for close to twenty years, with credits in film, tv and the theater. My work at Harvard, specially the critical analysis work, comes in handy when I’m auditioning and working.
What advice do you have for Harvard HES students, now that you have graduated?
Take advantage of everything the Extension school has to offer. The writing center, the advisors, any and all on-campus opportunities. And reach out and develop deeper relationships with your fellow students. Even though you may be many miles away from each other, it doesn’t have to feel like it.
In what ways has your Harvard Extension degree impacted your career?
The close reading analysis I learned at Harvard IMMEDIATELY impacted my script work. As an actor, most of the job is interpretation, so learning and developing a deeper respect and admiration for the craft of the writer has been a whole asset to my prep work.