Conversations with my cancer ridden body: Shakespeare had cancer!?

Today we hit 50% of our fundraising goal! Thank you so much for all the love, support and donations!  Words can’t describe how honored and thankful I feel….  Even though most of you don’t know who I am , several of you donated anyway. All I can simply say is Thank you, thank you for believing in a world where we can use laugher as a way to heal, communicate and educate.  That means the world to me!!! As a special bonus we are releasing one of the many conversations with my cancer ridden body videos. Come watch me argue with the physical manifestation of Cancer.

Also Don’t forget to DONATE Now! 50% is great, but it only counts if we hit 100%.


Tales from the diagnosed: A Ball to remember.

Hey guys, as most of you know I interviewed over 150 cancer patient to help a new stage show I am doing here in New York. I wanted to share some of the interviews with you, because I feel it’s important to hear everyones story; from mothers, to fathers to friends to even the suicide hotline.


Feb 2001 I was headed to Hawaii and decided to get a tanning session to avoid burning on my trip. Got out of the tanning bed and noticed my left nut was hanging lower. Felt it and it was maybe 10-20% larger but felt hard at the bottom ya know, less squishy. So like any self respecting hypochondriac, I Googled testicular cancer and Called the doc on Monday, appt Wednesday. Had it removed Monday. Two weeks of radiation. Six weeks later, I suddenly lost ALL hair on my torso in the shape of CA to include key lymph nodes. Three months later it grew back just as quickly. Tired for a year. I have 9 permanent tattoo dots for radiation alignment. Scary at the time with young kids. There was one funny part. Had to lie face up on a table feet together and knees apart for 90 minutes while a pretty young Asian technician X-rayed me and drew on me to tattoo my dots and create my X-Ray lens. At the end she had to scrub off all the markings with soap and warm water. One is on my pubic bone. I was furiously thinking about baseball to divert my attention. Atleast she tried to make small talk though, she eventually blurts out “has anyone ever told you that you look like Toby Maguire?” (This was shortly after Spider-Man 2 came out, and yes I did). To this day I don’t know if she was just nervous or legitimately trying to flirt. My ball and I will never know…

Also guys. In addition to the Cancer Chronicles I’m developing for the stage. Please check out my Kickstarter for my new web series “Chemosabe” 

Check out our new prologue as well!



handbook for the recently diagnosed


recently deceasedI wish there was a handbook for the recently diagnosed! Oh there is, it’s called CHEMOSABE!
DONATE NOW! We are 300 dollars away from making our daily goal. With YOUR help, we can continue to tell truthful, humorous stories that touch upon the lives of people who are affected by cancer.

Check out the new prologue on our kickstarter page!

Chemosabe: Danse Macabre

dance of death

Don’t wait! DONATE!”
This could be you Dancing the Danse Macabre! Trust me, Bergman would approve!
Chemosabe needs to raise $500 TODAY on our  Kickstarter so we can stay on track to reach our total goal of $2500*
Click on the link, pick an awesome perk, and donate to help us get there!

Chemosabe: The web series

chemosabe: The series

Hey Beautiful people! I am proud to announce that next Tuesday we will be launching our new Kickstarter for our Web Series: Chemosabe.

It’s the story of Myles Foreman, who is no longer in remission and has to start treatment again. Myles sees this as an opportunity to reconnect with his sister, friends and himself, oh, and Death just happens to be his best friend.  This is a series not just for cancer patients, but for caregivers, friends and family. Hopefully we will be able  to put a smile on someones face who is currently struggling with cancer.
Please spread the word, I can’t wait to share this with you guys!



Hey Guys, as you know, I’m a filmmaker and I’m currently raising money for my next feature film. My last film          (Chemo: A Love Story)made it into Several film festivals and we’re hoping to recapture that lightning in a bottle again! Take a look at my campaign video, check out  some of the cool perks and pass it along if you like it!

We have some pretty cool perks!
For $10- One shouldn’t be dead without a glamorized tombstone!


And For thinking outside the box and for taking a stand against conventional Burials and funeral homes. You will receive our Ashes ” think outside the box” cremation sticker! ($15)



For $50- We will treat you like the star that you are! Ashes true HollyWood Style! We will Film your epic death, in the style of an original, Lifetime Channel Movie. Don’t worry, we will send everything above to your love one, along with a poster and digital download of the scene and soundtrack to Ashes. )



Please check out the video and pass it along if you can!