Known best as a writer and star of the Brigham Young University web and television series Studio C. He was partially responsible for his popular show's YouTube success. In 2013, he received a Rocky Mountain Emmy nomination.
Before launching Studio C, he and his fellow cast members belonged to a BYU sketch group called Divine Comedy.
He earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Brigham Young University.
He spent his early days in New Jersey and the bulk of his childhood in Phoenix, Arizona.
He and fellow television writer and comedian Michelle Paradise both attended Brigham Young University.