Sean's first movie role was in the comedy Saving Silveran.
For fun, Sean enjoys watching movies, playing hockey, soccer, and just being with friends.
Sean is working on getting his Bachelor of Arts degree.
He has strong spiritual beliefs from the Baha'i Faith.
He received his part on Painkiller Jane from his agent's recommendation.
Sean runs his own production company called Oneness Productions.
He enjoys working behind the camera.
(On his goals for the future)
Sean: Honestly, the sky is the limit. I pray that I keep being able to do what I love, work on quality projects, and continue working with talented individuals. I would love to do another season of Painkiller Jane. The first season has been a blast so far. I would also like to do some more feature films.
(On his role in Painkiller Jane)
Sean: Memorizing all the technical jargon during the exposition scenes in the subway is by the far the most challenging. It's a great exercise, however, as an actor, to attempt to bring some emotion and personality to the dialogue. It's a fun challenge.