I was born in 1957 in Boston Mass. At the age of three, my parents moved to Connecticut. Two years later, I tracked them down and insisted that they finish raising me. After a typical suburban childhood, I moved to L.A. to persue standup comedy. There I learned a valuable lesson... I wasn't funny. That dream faded, reality kicked in and I secured a job with Federal Express as their dispatcher. While being on the radio 10 hours a day, I caught the radio bug. So I enrolled in broadcasting school, which ultimately led to this bizarre adventure. Since then, I've spent the last 24 years working every kind of format, on both coasts and a few places in between.
So, just what is OutCast Radio? It is a daily dose of lifestyle talk, political opinion, improvisational comedy and a cry for psychological help. In reality, it's a place where freedom of speech still lives. Where your opinion counts. One of the last places where the voiceless have a voice... By the way... It's a lot of fun... Better than having a real Job!
Full bio coming soon!