Sketch comedy performer who became a member of the popular BYUtv series Studio C. He spent his college years as a member of the founding sketch troupe Divine Comedy.
He fell in love with performing as a teenager starring in a variety of stage plays and making short films for his YouTube channel JamoPerry.
At Brigham Young University, he earned a degree in mechanical engineering and spent a year after college working as a software engineer.
Born in Sacramento, California, he was the middle child in a family of seven. He married his high school sweetheart Brenna Philips.