With a background in classical theatre, improv, and sketch comedy, Gary is an actor, writer and producer that has appeared in films and stage productions throughout the Pacific Northwest and Los Angeles.
Gary studied theatre at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and later acted in professional theatre throughout the Northwest.
After moving to Los Angeles, Gary learned improvisation at the Groundlings and studied Meisner technique for several years under Jeff Golblum at Playhouse West. He was an active member of the sketch group Sketch Education, which performed several years in Hollywood. He appeared in the short films The Good Ones, Head Over Heels, and Miki. Gary wrote, produced, and starred in the short film Roast it Again, Sam, which premiered at the California Women’s Film Festival, shortly followed by the New Filmmakers New York Film Festival. Gary also appeared in the award-winning short Mothers. Recently he starred in the short films Sacrificios, The Client, and Nahual, all soon to be released on the festival circuit.
Gary's voice talent can be heard in commercials, animated projects, and audiobooks.
Half Colombian and half Caucasian, he also speaks intermediate Spanish. Gary recently studied at Stan Kirsch Studios, in addition to a master class taught by Richard Schiff. He’s a warm professional with a sunny mood and a big laugh. An accomplished ghostwriter, he is also completing three books.