What is your process to prepare for an interview?
I don’t really have a set process. I just try to think about the opportunity to express myself and have some fun with it. Another thing that I do is think who is giving the interview and what kind of questions do they like to ask their guess. I think to my self what people would like to know most about me.So I would try to focus on what’s something a fan would want to know most.
Out of all career options, why work as an actor?
Acting is something I always wanted to pursue. It’s a passion of mine since I was kid. It’s something that lets me create and explore different characters that I could not do with any other job. It’s the best career choice I could ever want if I’m gonna do something it should be what I love to do everyday. Not what I have to do today.
How are you managing the competitiveness in the entertainment industry?
I don’t take anything personal. I look at the industry as a place where if the job is for me then it’s for me. If I submit to a gig and get it I’m blessed and if I don’t get it I’m still blessed with an opportunity to submit to a gig. The only person I’m competitive with is myself. I’m my biggest fan, support system, and competitor. So managing is what I do on a regular basis.
How important are the arts in our community?
It’s very important because arts helps people express themselves and helps connect other community’s everywhere. Art is universal it allows a person to connect and communicate with their creativity in so many different ways. Art is appreciated on different levels that can’t be expressed by just words alone. One of the best things about the arts is there are so many different forms of art. The world needs more art in it and if I can help contribute to that I will definitely put my share in. I want my kids to take some form of art one day so they can help contribute.
Tell us about your ideal role and why.
Any kind of family man role or a hero role because I really do like helping and protecting others that need help. I’m more of a giver than a receiver those types of roles are very relatable to me and that’s who I really am at heart. It’s also relatable to others that like to do the right thing and want to do good.