We chatted with the actor who stars in the TV series Billions
Can you explain non-binary gender for those who aren't yet fully up to speed?
Could you give us a brief overview of your journey up until this point?
In 2011 I took on the titular role of Rachel Corrie in My Name is Rachel Corrie. This role required me to memorize over thirty monologues and play over seven alternate characters over the course of the one person show.
I returned to New York City and was chosen from nearly one thousand actors to participate in a Workshop at The Flea Theater in Manhattan of fifty new plays by Tony and Academy award nominated and winning playwrights and directed by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar. This was followed by a featured role as Lucifer in The Mysteries, also directed by Iskandar. Following, The Mysteries, I traveled to Washington, D.C. to perform in The Tempest at The Shakespeare Theatre Company.
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I played the role of Albert Cashier in Good Men Wanted at Dixon Place, which would later host US – an evening of storytelling followed by a talkback, of which I am the creator, curator and director. US puts a magnifying glass to racism in the United States using original and found text, audio and video footage to drive the #BlackLivesMatter conversation forward. In early 2016, I co-founded MIRROR/FIRE productions and currently serve as a Producing Director of the company. In addition to Billions, I can be seen playing Brandy Epps in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.