I was born in Edmonton, Canada, just 14 miles south of the North Pole, and spent my childhood in the Yukon, Swaziland and Malawi, lost in Europe, Los Angeles, and Irvine, where I purchased a degree in Theater so I am completely qualified to work as a server at mid-level restaurants. You’ll find me in LA. I have dual-citizenship so I’m frequently seen crossing the border in order to obtain Canadian chocolate bars, available without a prescription. Which also means that I qualify for motion picture tax-breaks in Canad.
At the age of 10 my mother saw an ad in the local paper asking if her child had hair on his toes. This resulted in me spending the summer in a melted hockey rink as Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit. I’ve been acting ever since, and still have relatively hairy feet.
I come with a full set of children, one of each, who now keep me busy doing play-by-play for their many sporting events. Carter, 22, listens to your conversations over your Alexa for Amazon, and Amanda (Panda) is 20, and is something called an “influencer” on live-streaming apps, which we’re too old to understand.