A shameless lifelong performer, Gary recently had a supporting role in The Bourne Legacy and played the recurring character Mr. Chandler in the Nickelodeon series Alien Dawn. He has hosted the Onion News Network’s mock debate show “In The Know,” appeared as the featured dancing businessman in the Saturday Night Live Music Video “Boombox,” and had the privilege of performing in a staged reading of the screenplay Mona’s Dream with Oscar nominee Shoreh Aghdashloo. He is proudest of writing, producing, and performing in his million view web sensation “Panhandler Party.”
Gary has also performed in national commercials for USA Today, GEICO, and Kinect and emceed major events for Microsoft, Ubisoft, and Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" Rx Games. Before moving to NYC in 2007 to pursue his passion as a full-time actor, Gary spent six years working in Congress. When not in a play, in front of a camera, or simply making a public spectacle of himself, Gary can be found playing with his improv comedy friends.
On June 6, Gary performed in a commercial shoot for Mike's Smashed Apple Ale.
On May 4th, Gary performed in a commercial shoot for Symphony Commerce.
On April 24th, Gary performed in a commercial shoot for Subway subs.
On March 5th, Gary performed in a commercial shoot for Beneful dog food.
Gary performed as a Times Square Super Bowl Boulevard correspondent for the software company SAP.
On January 6th, Gary performed in a commercial shoot for Papa John's.
In December, Gary received a great review for playing the lead role in the award-winning indie short "Do You Believe in the Devil?"
In December, Gary asked some folks about the worst Christmas gift they've ever received in this man-on-the-street piece for Cosmopolitan magazine.
A great actor once said, "I did not hit her. I did not! Oh, hi Mark."