2017 St Patrick's Day: You get nuttin! ·
2017 St. Patrick's Day: Luck of the Irish
2017 St Patrick's Day: Give nuttin! 1x
Where to start?
I'm a pirate reenactor. I've achieved the dream of pirate reenactors everywhere by appearing in two (three if you count the porn one) pirate movies. I've learned to swordfight, fire cannons and pistols.
Thanks to my pirate reenacting, I've found that I love being at sea. There is nothing like the sensation of standing on the rolling deck of a tall ship as she cuts through the waves, the salt spray in your face, and the wind at your back.
I also love costumes. I have a closet full from every era. I have over forty pairs of shoes (more than most of my women friends). Many of them are costume-specific which explains the high count.
I also do period dancing. I belong to a dance troupe that performs the dances of Early California as well as dances of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. I didn't mean to be a dancer, but I was dragged into it and discovered I had a knack for it. So far, Ive been to Europe three times for dance courses and am going to England this summer for another one. These trips have all been paid for by someone else which I think is the best way to see Europe!
I like reading, writing, watching movies, and gaming (mostly the Fallout series). While I would like to continue working as an actor, I started working at a regular nine-to-five job so I could continue to pay the bills.
That's me in a nutshell. Anything else you want to know, just ask.
The Golden Age of Pyracy is one of my main interests and it's right up there with acting. Recently, I got to do both!
I'm the twin closest to the camera.
I also got to do the first one, too!
Too many favorites to list.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Sharpe's Rifle series
The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings series
Pirates of the Caribbean (naturally)
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