About Me


Seven years ago, Carl was a successful Texas High School football coach and administrator; now he has a flourishing acting career. Carl began his second career in 2011 on NBC’s Chase with a recurring role as a U.S. Marshall.  In the time since, he has been in more than 80 productions, starting with featured roles in major films such as Quentin Tarantino’s Django UnchainedNow You See Me, When the Game Stands Tall, and Parkland, working with some of the industry’s top actors and directors.

As a native Texan with a distinct talent and experience, Carl delivers a great on-screen presence with a Southern swagger and accent.  He is a true action actor often portraying law-enforcement characters, with training and experience with stage combat, weapons, and stunts.

He appears regularly in independent and smaller productions as he continues to develop his acting skills seeking that break-out role.




Actor’s Reel

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The 2016 US Hollywood International Golden Film Award’s star-studded premiere red carpet event was held in Hollywood, California in December and Carl received the Best Actor Award for his portrayal of Sheriff Tremblay in the feature film “The Pineville Heist.”

The Golden Film Awards & Int’l Films Festival showcases films from around the world as well as providing a platform for up-and-coming designers in independent film. There were over 2000 films reviewed for this festival.

Carl secured a CLIFF award from The Chandler Arizona International Film Festival in 2016 winning BEST ACTOR again for his performance in “The Pineville Heist.”