Voiceover actor, writer, and snappy dresser, JP is the voice of Boss Baby in "The Boss Baby: Back in Business" and has played such iconic characters as the Tin Man, Wile E. Coyote, Willy Wonka, and a slew of Marvel heroes and villains including Loki, the Vision, Hawkeye, Wiccan, and even Black Cat. Other animation credits include "Costume Quest," "Stinky & Dirty," "Trolls: The Beat Goes On," "Star vs. The Forces of Evil," as well as a neurotic dog at the vet in "Secret Life of Pets 2" and Batgirl's gay BFF in "Batman: The Killing Joke." Among JP's anime characters are Kozo Fuyutsuki in the Netflix dub of "Neon Genesis Evangelion" and Man with Scar in "Millennium Actress." On the interactive side, his credits include Rex Dangervest in "The Lego Movie 2 Videogame" and Wolfgang in the Skylanders series as well as voices for "Red Dead Redemption II," "Kingdom Hearts III," and "Lego DC Super-Villains."
JP has written numerous short films and plays produced in locales around the United States, including his autobiographical solo show, "Donna/Madonna," which garnered awards at the United Solo, New York International Fringe and San Francisco Fringe Festivals. As a member of and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, JP served as the director of the USC Lambda LGBT Alumni Association for six years, during which he created the Don Thompson LGBT Film Festival showcasing queer filmmakers and produced the "Out to Innovate" LGBT STEM conference. Since his time at USC, he continues to promote queer visibility in media, moderating panels featuring Jonathan Van Ness and Karamo Brown of "Queer Eye," and Alexandra Billings of "Transparent," and appearing on diversity panels at comic cons. JP is a co-founder of the non-partisan organization NerdsVote, linking cosplayers, gamers, pop culture fans, and nerds of all kinds to voter registration opportunities. Hailing from the "Electric City," Scranton, PA, he can usually be found wherever the newest pie and/or ice cream shop has opened up.Add to Call Sheet