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JAG began his acting 'career' at the tender age of 10. He was involved in the youth summer acting program at Lanark Park in Los Angeles two years in a row. He also got involved in a program at his elementary school that offered extra credit for presenting historical plays on subjects like the life of Harriet Tubman and the signing of the Declaration of Independence as well as some published plays like "A Wrinkle in Time" and a play about a dragon that he can't remember the name of. 


JAG then went several years without stepping on the boards, as his attention went to getting a serious education. but was bitten by the acting bug again while living in Seattle. At the age of 30 he pursued a career as a professional actor and eventually moved to New York City where he found great success. He joined three different theater companies and was constantly working. He did TV, films, commercials, industrials as well as stage work while supporting himself mainly by doing commercial print modeling and fitness training


In 2011, JAG wanted to step out of the 'rat race' and moved back to Seattle. By this time he was a member of all of the acting unions and well established asa  working professional actor. He spent several years in Seattle before surrendering once again to the siren song and stepping back into the audition room. 


Now, JAG can be seen on stage on occasion, but he doesn't pursue the work with the vigor of a professional New York actor. He enjoys the artistic creativity and the laid back lifestyle of being a passionate amateur actor.