Q) What are the recent projects that you are working on?
A) Right now, I'm just working on developing some projects with my family and helping to make there be an Obama/Clinton ticket so we can help make them our next leaders! I want to get as much of the youth to vote and get them as excited about this election as I am.
Q) Please tell us the premise for the show "The Middleman" and about your character Noser.
A) Basically, Wendy Watson (Natalie Morales) - an art student - is recruited by The Middleman (Matt Keesler) to help fight evil so you don't have to. Noser is one of Wendy's artist friends who lives in an illegal sublet in the same building as Wendy and Lacey's (Brit Morgan) illegal sublet. He's the classic struggling artist who is always working on his "concept album," but I personally think he just smokes too much marijuana.
Q) What made you want to be a part of the show?
A) I'm always attracted to difference and this show is about as different as they come. "The Middleman" is the perfect marriage between the classic comic/secret agent stories and just plain old crack-head behavior
Q) What about your role do you find challenging?
A) Nothing! Noser is the type of chilled out guy I would hang out with and really is a lot like me.
Q) Where do you draw on for your portrayal?
A) For Noser, I pull out the side of me that just wants to go to the beach and be lazy. There is nothing better than playing a character that gets to wear a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops all day and just chill.
Q) Was there instant cast chemistry when the cast came together or did it take some time to develop?
A) From the moment we did the first read through for the pilot, I knew that Mat, Natalie, Mary Pat and Brit were awesome. The whole vibe on the set is just really relaxed and for that we have to thank Javier Grillo-Marxuach (the godfather of this whole thing) for bringing together the most easygoing cast and crew in television history.
Q) What has been your most memorable moment from filming the show?
A) It would be waltzing in a tail tux in the Queen Mary ballroom. I felt like I was classy or something.
Q) Why will people want to take their time to tune in to see "The Middleman?"
A) It's fresh, it's fun and it's action packed. Where else do you get to see a dashing young fellow as me sitting in the hall playing "Stump the Band," every week?
Q) What made you want to be an actor?
A) It was because growing up in a household, we'd appreciate great movies and great TV. My mom is like Julie Andrews in The Sound of Music, always singing, dancing and having fun. So, it didn't seem like such a leap to want to pursue it professionally.
Q) Where can people go online to learn more about you?
A) You can try Google.