Ethan is a singer, actor, writer, and freelance musician from Wilsonville, Oregon

Ethan appeared on "The Sing-Off" Season 3 when he was in high school. He sang lead for Wilsonville High School's "Soul'd Out". 

Ethan spent 6 months aboard the Norwegian Escape, playing The Rebel in For The Record: The Brat Pack.

Beyond The Sing-Off, Ethan has an extensive acappella background. He served as a core arranger for the CMU Originals, arranged/beatboxed professionally for the Hersheypark Choc-A-Fellas, and arranges freelance for competitive collegiate and high school groups. Most recently he instructed beatboxing for Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s acappella Christmas show, “Gift of Harmony”.

Ethan makes and curates video/image C O N T E N T for the Apartment Sessions family and his own instagram/twitter. His tweets have appeared on Buzzfeed, Reddit, Facebook, and perhaps elsewhere.

Ethan’s comedy sketch, “Hip Hamilton Hops To Bergen (FOX12 ARCHIVE FOOTAGE)”, premiered at 54 Below on July 30th in Alexander Sage Oyen's, "Alexander Sage Oyen Has Some New Material".

Ethan’s comedy pilot “1. Backpack” is an Official Selection in the Portland Comedy Film Festival, and Top 100 in the Emerging Screenwriters competition. He is the co-writer of “Gollum Owned A Tropical Smoothie", a new musical currently in development.

Ethan sings tenor at Marble Collegiate Church. He is a member of The Garby Group, a Rye, NY based barbershop ensemble, and The Three Guys, a voice/guitar/cello wedding trio.

Ethan has appeared in NYC new works Medicine: The Musical (Off Broadway), Some Night, Me Prometheus: Caveman Love Story, The White Rose, Broken City, The Glass Girl, In Your Company, Darling Jack, Staten Island Holiday, Mamma Laudicina, Dr. Fox and the Impossible Cure for Death, and his own short play, rock-a-bye. He has acted in The Last 5 Years, Heathers: The Musical, American Idiot, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, The Wiz, and more.