- 1999 - Keynote Speaker on "Creativity, Acting and Advertising" to 120 Creative Directors for D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles advertising agency, during their Worldwide Conference held in Brussels.

- 1999 – actor, theatre: The Unseen Hand by Sam Shepard, Sycamore Morphan, ATC, in Antwerp FEATS Festival

- 1999 – actor, European TV series: Le Destin des Steenfort, Mr. Jeffries, (television series, Aligator Films/ Son et/Lumière/RTBF, J-D Verhaeghe, director)

- 1998 – actor theatre: Versinnin, Chekhov's Three Sisters, Irish Theatre Group, Brussels

- 1997– award: RANDOM VIOLENCE, one-act comedy-drama, Finalist Nashville Playwriting Awards

- 1997 – award: NUTS, one-act comedy, Finalist Nashville Playwriting Awards

- 1997 – award: NEGATIVE SPACE, one-act drama, Finalist at Nashville Playwriting Awards

- 1996 – actor, theatre: Silvius, in As You Like It, Brussels Shakespeare Society

- 1995 – Award: THE BLUE HOME, Full-length comedy-drama, Finalist New Play Project & Finalist Theatre Conspiracy Annual New Play Contest

- 1995 – actor, TV series, Red Eagle, playing Timothy Dalton’s character’s ex-wife’s husband

- 1994 Production -THE MAN WHO WOULD FLOAT AWAY, One-act play. Multi-nominated, award winning, one-act comedy-drama, Washington D.C. Theater Festival

- 1994 & 1986 – actor in my play: X, Destroying Everything (BOOM), by Vincent Eaton, The American Café Theater

- 1993 – actor, theatre: Biff Loman, Death of a Salesman, American Theater Company (ATC), Brussels

- 1993 – actor in feature film: A House on the Hill, playing Television Director

- 1993 – Original play produced: NUTS (author played “Doctor”), American Theater Company (ATC), Brussels

- 1990s – Dana Award for SHOWBIZ, Novel, Semi-Finalist

- 1989 – published - SELF- PORTRAIT OF SOMEONE ELSE, a novel, Viking Penguin, New York

- 1988 – published IT MUST HAVE BEEN GREAT TO BE ALIVE BEFORE I WAS BORN, Other Voices Magazine short story excerpt from “Self-Portrait of Someone Else”

- 1988 – published, THE JOB INTERVIEW, The Wooster Review, story excerpt from “Self-Portrait of Someone Else”

- 1988 – TV actor, Canadian Officer in Belgian television series, "Klein London, Klein Berlin"

- 1986 - STAY, One-act play, first prize for best original play, Festival of European Anglophone Festival, Brussels, & 1st prize for Best Original Play & representation from Eaton Literary Agency, & Finalist at Nashville Playwriting Awards

- 1986 – Hired as International Marketing Communications Manager for business-to-business with publisher Elsevier Science, then Reed-Elsevier Media

- 1985 – actor, Paul Bratter, Barefoot in the Park, ATC

- 1984-86 – worked first as Technical Writer, then Marketing Communications for Cincom Systems, Brussels

- 1973-1984, struggling artist phase