I enjoy entertaining people. When I’m not entertaining, I enjoy going for drives and listening to tunes and the occasional new video game from Nintendo. I also enjoy exercising, especially with headphones on that play active and motivational music to get my endorphins going.
A uniqueness about me that sets me apart from other actors is that I’m on the Autism Spectrum; specifically, I’m highly functioning with Asperger’s. While others may view my circumstances as being disabled, I don’t view it that way. I consider my Asperger’s to be an asset. With it, I’ve noticed when it comes to talking about stuff, I’m very brutally honest and not afraid to say the truth. While it may every now and then affect my social relationships with people, I’ve come to know my standards and boundaries as a person. If the people I meet aren’t willing to accept me for who I am, that is their loss and problem, not mine. I am who I am for the rest of my life. If someone is willing to be in my company, they had best be prepared for the highs and lows of life because loyalty in a friendship or any relationship is desirable.