Stage Awards and Nominations:
Winner, Best One-Act, Storer Boone Awards for "Treehouse Players's Rapunzel" (book & lyrics)
Winner, Best Actor in a Musical, Storer Boone Awards for "Grand Hotel: The Musical"
Winner, Marquee Theatre Award for "Grand Hotel: The Musical"
Nominated, Best Actor in a Comedy, Storer Boone Awards for "The Importance of Being Earnest"
Nominated, Best Actor in a Musical, The Ambie Awards for "Jesus Christ Superstar" (declined nomination)
Nominated, Best Actor in a Musical, The Ambie Awards 2009, for "Miss Saigon."
Nominated, Best Actor in a Musical, Big Easy Awards 2009 for "Miss Saigon"
Nominated, Best Actor in a Musical, Storer Boone Awards, 2009 for "Miss Saigon"
Winner, Best Actor in a Musical, Marquee Theatre Awards 2009, for "Miss Saigon."
Winner, Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, Storer Boone Awards 2010, for "Scandalous."
Winner, Best Supporting Actor in a Drama, Storer Boone Awards, 2010, for "Opus."
"Final Witness", ABC TV pilot, 'Hotel Manager', airing Jan. 2012
"Free Spirits"-independent film, "Jack Waggoner" 2011
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter"-Paramount Pictures, 'Bounty Hunter' 2011
"30 Days in the Bowl"-documentary, featured subject 2010
Creator of "Professor Carl Nivale™", Carnival expert for WWL-TV 4's Morning Show, 1996-present
Host of "The Sunday Brunch" on 89.9 WWNO FM, every Sunday 2008-2010
Traffic reporter/on-air talent for KKND-106FM's "The Rod Ryan Show" (as "Paul Christopher"), 1998-2000
Television commercial, "Reserve Long Distance", Reserve Telephone Co., Reserve, LA
Asst. Editor/Layout Artist/Features writer, "Vive la Vie Magazine", 2001-2003
Various characters, "Louisiana Lottery" radio spots, 2000
'Bobo the Clown', Ochsner Health Care radio spot, 2001
"Mrs. Weasley", Blockbuster Video radio spot, 2001
Featured jingle vocalist, Sam's Town Casino radio spot, 2000
Costumed character, Peugeot Automobile's "Mardi Gras" print ad, 1996
Web designer for Porta-Puppet Players, Alison Fraser, Bitter or Better, Morning Call, Vive la Vie Magazine, Treehouse Players of New Orleans, Edward R. Cox