John has most recently appeared as a recurring co-star on NBC's medical drama, "New Amsterdam" as an assistant administrator. Frequently co-starring in prime time network television, he has also co-starred on "Mysteries of Laura" and this season on NBC's "Manifest". Most recently on Netflix, he has co-starred in the series "The Good Cop" and "Jessica Jones".
John will also co-star in the upcoming feature, "Windows on the World". As the "Bus Driver" in this film, John shares the screen with Edward James Olmos, directed by Mr. Olmo's son, Michael.
His training has included studies with Penny Templeton at Templeton Studios and with Sarah Baskin at the Actor's Green Room, both in New York City.
In addition to a growing list of commercials, John has played a variety of other roles on stage and screen. As the pedophile "Uncle Bob" in the Off Broadway production of "Queens of Heart"; as attorney "Mario Tonelli" in the Off Broadway play "Homeland", directed by Gene Ruffini.
When not acting, John is an avid space flight and aviation enthusiast and also a classic nerd who enjoys gaming and pop culture. He enjoys travel and has spent time traveling through Japan, Canada, and Europe. A music performance major at Miami University of Ohio and the Berklee School of Music in Boston, John is an exceptional drummer and percussionist. He lives in Jersey City, NJ.