4.Who is your favorite actor? Steve Buscemi. He's a chameleon and just captivates me. He's a force as a character actor but also seems like the leading man in every scene. I'd be honored to work beside him one day.
5. You took a risk moving from the east coast to the west coast. What was the inspiration behind that? I was ready to live my dream. I had a moment where I realized that I couldn't wake up in 20 years and just be in a bigger cubicle living someone else's dream. I owed to myself to try. I now have a very specific vision for my life, which includes being on a TV show and in films, and the opportunities are greater here in L.A. to realizing those goals. I take inspired action everyday to fulfill my destiny.
6. What does a typical day in your week look like? I wake up around 7:00am, make coffee, meditate for a bit, check my emails, go for a run, and then I come home and make breakfast. If I have a blog campaign due, I'll write my blog post, take photos, and then post on my blog and social media sites. Then I'll pitch and research for an hour or so and then its lunchtime. Next, I'll connect with my manager and see what I need to do acting-wise from going to a class, working on a scene for an audition, or submitting for auditions. I usually have an event at night, so I'll meet up with a friend and head over to the event and then home for a later dinner and unwinding with a book or my ultimate guilty pleasure, reality TV shows on Bravo.
7. You recently started the Billionaire Blogger Society. Please tell us about that. What made you start it? The Billionaire Blogger Society is a way for me to share insights, tips, and tricks on blogging and personal branding that I've learned over my career as a professional blogger, actor, and entrepreneur. It's also a way to inspire other people to live creative lives. There's a library of free resources for bloggers, grab them here, and there's an e-course coming soon on how to create a branding blueprint as a blogger or creative professional.