Flock of Four is out in Theaters on limited release! Go catch some good old buddy comedy vibes and Jazz.
Isaac has joined the cast of A Man for All Seasons as at the Actor's Co-op as William Roper! He is thrilled to be making his Actor's Co-op debut with such an amazing show and cast. The play runs March 2 -- April15.
Isaac has officially joined the cast of 12th Night at the West Valley Playhouse as Duke Orsino, shows throughout the month of October.
Isaac doing ADR for Head Count! Get excited, this movie's going to be really scary!
Doodles: A Sketch Show! Tr!fecta's next show is happening on April 21st!
Get Lucky! Isaac's first show with Tr!fecta is coming up on March 17th!
Isaac is joining the cast of Head Count, a new indie horror flick from Godmother Industries, as the lead role, Evan!
Tr!fecta's next sketch featuring Isaac as Harry Hotter is officially here!
Tr!fecta's first sketch is officially here! Catch Isaac's mug all over it.
Isaac has officially joined LA's latest sketch comedy troupe, Tr!fecta!!
February 1, 2016
Isaac was nominated for Best Featured Actor by the San Francisco Bay Are Theatre Critics Circle for his performance as Eric Baxter in Yesterday, Again, which won for "Best Original Script."
The World Series, 2015
Isaac was a principal performer in a national commercial for Chobani Yogurt that is airing during the MLB playoffs and the World Series! You can view the commercial here.
September 2-3, 2015
Isaac co-starred in Bristol Picture's short film Flock of Four, coming soon.
Isaac signed with Mazlea Talent Agency for theatrical and film representation!
May 19th, 2015
Isaac signed with Mazlea Talent Agency for commercials!
May 15th, 2015
Isaac graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor's Degree in Dramatic Arts.
April 21st - 29th, 2015
Isaac performed in USC School of Dramatic Arts's Acting Showcase in New York and Los Angeles.
November 6th - 9th, 2015
Isaac performed as General Irrigua in the School of Dramatic Art's production of George Feydeau's Farce Cat Among the Pigeons, directed by Michael Keenan.