Troy is thrilled to resume his position as the autism consultant, having served in the role prior to the pandemic. He earned a bachelor's degree in performing arts with a minor in cultural anthropology from Western Oregon University. Troy is primarily an actor, having performed with many Portland-based theater companies, including Fuse Ensemble, Funhouse Lounge, and Lakewood Center for the Arts. His favorite roles include: The Cook in Matilda, The Barber in King of Hearts, and Amilyn in Buffy the Vampire Slayer: the Musical. Also an aspiring playwright, his first show, Misreading the Script, was a semifinalist for “The Scratch” theater festival, 2019, in Seattle. Troy recently made his feature film debut, due out in 2022.
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time||Autism Consultant|
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