Sidney made his debut in 1990, starring as the son of two loving and devoted parents who recognized, while Sid was still of an early age, he possessed the skills and passion of being an actor. After performing several years on the living room stage (using the living room curtains as the main stage), he adventured into the world of non-home performance. His first role at Hearst Elementary School was as a Golden Retriever in the school circus. He began his film-acting career as an anchor and producer of "News in the Afternoon," which he filmed with his best friend, Taylor. After several years the family decided to stop fighting this incredible (and irritating) gift and let Sid pursue his dream of acting.
His passion for his craft only continued to grow. At the age of ten, he auditioned for his first professional role at San Diego Civic Light Opera (Starlight Theatre) and booked a role in their production of Peter Pan. Acting was only the beginning of Sidney's desire. In no time at all, after receiving his first video camera from his Uncle Jeff and Aunt Linda, Sid began making short films. It wasn't until Sid saved up his own money to purchase a digital camera, that the desire to make more professional films came into being.
He continues to practice his craft of acting with every given opportunity and loves every minute of his time on camera.
Sidney also enjoys long walks on the beach, gazing at the nighttime sky, and talking in the third person.