Loyola Marymount University
Joined the cast of the acclaimed Cinemax series "The Knick."
Released his first album with his band Sully & the Benevolent Folk, The Odd Sea.
Played Amos Hart in a Broadway revival of "Chicago."
Starred in a Broadway production of "Lombardi" at the Circle in the Square Theater.
Played the lead role in the independent film "North Starr."
Starred in "The Ballad of Emmett Till" at the Goodman Theater.
Began appearing in a nationally touring production of "Defending the Caveman."
Began making music with his band Sully & the Benevolent Folk in 2011 as an experiment, having never played the ukulele or guitar, or written songs before.
Worked as a professional photographer, selling artistically inclined prints around the Los Angeles area.
Appeared in a nationally touring production of "Defending The Caveman" for more than four years.
Was married to his wife Rachel in Chicago just six days before moving to New York to appear in the Broadway play "Lombardi."