I've been a comedian, radio & TV host, and writer for over 15 years. I've hosted successful radio shows in Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Detroit in addition to national call-in shows for FMQB and The Album Network in NYC, Los Angeles, Boston, and Salt Lake City. My pop culture column, "How's Your Trout?", was a fixture in Maniac magazine and I was a commentator for six years on PBS television. On stage, I've opened for Lewis Black, Dave Attell, Harland Williams, Richard Lewis, and others. In 2013, I was ranked #74 on Talkers magazine's annual Heavy Hundred talk show hosts.
I've established myself as a unique voice in the increasingly-homogenized realm of broadcasting: an even-handed cynic with a subversive sense of humor, an inclusive rapport with the audience, and familiarity with a wide array of topics. I'm as comfortable with live performance and spontaneous creativity as I am with the more intricate dynamics of commercial marketing and promotions. I'm currently doing commercial voiceover work for clients in Chicago, hosting an AMD music show in Detroit, and a PMD talk show in Cleveland . I continually work to establish myself creatively in emerging media, while expanding on my successes in traditional broadcasting.
I'm represented by Robert Eatman & Associates in Los Angeles. My voiceover agency is DeSanti Talents, Inc. in Chicago.