I haven't been typecast!
I've played a 'grieving father', a 'serial killing rapist', a 'music teacher', a 'janitor', a 'romantic comedian', a 'detective' and many more...
I would like to start and star in an action franchise, much like Bruce Willis did with Die Hard or Arnold with The Terminator for example.
I love playing the hardened, dark anti-hero roles, the strong, silent types, or the wise-cracking, reluctant hero, complete with one-liners and catchphrases. I'd also love to incorporate my martial arts and pro wrestling backgrounds into these characters for fight scenes.
I'd also like to give comedic roles a try, in the vein of Sean William Scott's or Jon Heder's work.
Witty wise and benevolent
The damsel in distress.
I have been Snow White about three times and many of the plays I can been in I'm usually the 'love interest' of the hero that needs to be rescued.
I never face.
Usually just on appearance alone I am commercially cast in the 16-25 age range, girl next door. Once I get to read for a role I am able to show my emotional range that goes beyond the nice girl next door and into the lives of many complex characters. I love straight drama.
The effeminate homosexual or a man pretending to be a woman or living as a woman.
Motherly roles with a wicked sense of humour or the opposite greif stricken women. Maybe drawing onmy own complex unhappy childhood
Quirky Villain or cheeky chappie
I have usually tended to be cast in comedies. I love both drama and comedy, but comedies seem to be where I get the most work.
None - I've played a range of characters, though I'm still waiting for a romantic lead...
The Geek. The Nerd.
Coo - victims mostly. Emotional victims. I've cried a fair few tears on stage over the years.
Phychologically disturbed, upset, distraught
I am typically in either a narrator role or a matronly role. Occasionally, I'll have a different, male role. Usually, though, I play the nanny, the grandmother, the matron of the show.