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  • (1986 - 1990) Founding member of the Section Eight Improv Group, featuring Kat Malone, Stacey Havener, Chet Anuszeck (Jon Dough), Gordon Roberts, Rommel Manalo and David Chrisjan.
  • (1988 - 1991) Member of the New One-Act Theatre Ensemble (NOTE) in Hollywood. Was part of Grubb Graebner's long running midnight hit, "Lives of the Neo-Modern Fang People"
  • (1990) Wrote, produced and directed the cult hit play, "Artistry of Hell; A Psychic Strippers' Odyssey Through Dreams, Drugs & The Streets of San Francisco" starring Sarah Lilly, Carolyn Lowery and Damara Reilly which debuted at the Harman Avenue Theatre in Hollywood.
  • (1992) Produced and co-starred with Kevin Carr in the L.A. premier of "Some Things You Need To Know Before The World Ends (A Final Evening with the Illuminati)" at the Hollywood Court Theatre, directed by Jeff Arbaugh. The show donated 100% of the proceeds to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
  • (2004 - 2005) Promo voice for CBS Daytime.
  • (2006) Wrote, produced, and starred in the cheesy cabaret show "Lance Baxter: Half Way Through My Life (If I'm Lucky)" at the infamous M Bar in Hollywood. All proceeds went to More Than Shelter For Seniors.
  • (2006 - 2008) Voice of Geico "Celebrity" campaign featuring Little Richard, Peter Graves, 'mini me', Charo, Don LaFontaine, Joan Rivers, Mrs. Buttersworth and others.
  • (2009 - 2010) VO on McDonalds "Be The Sizzle" campaign.
  • (2010) Produces a Tea Party/FreedomWorks PSA addressing Geico controversy.
  • (2010) Voice over for Radio Shack "holiday hero" national campaign.
  • (2011) Netflix national TV commercial (voice of tiger)

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