Was a running back on his high-school football team.
Originally wanted to study medicine until he saw the film Glory, which inspired him to pursue a career in acting.
Played the role of Lovborg in Ellie Heyman's stage production of Hedda Gobler.
In 2011, played the roles of Elegba and Marcus in Company One's trilogy The Brother/Sister Plays for which he won the Elliot Norton Award from the Boston Theater Critics Association for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Small/Fringe Theater.
Performed the role of Mr. Antrobus in a stage production of Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth in 2013.
Introduced Forest Whitaker when he was honored at Boston University as a Martin Luther King Fellow in 2013.
Boston University, College of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, United States (BFA in Acting, 2013)