A native of Oregon, the son of Viennese parents, Everett is a first cousin once removed of supercentenarian Aliza Sommer-Herz (1903-2014) , subject of the Best Documentary Short of 2014, The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life (2013). He graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts on an ITT International Fellowship in the Fulbright Competition, Everett is an accomplished cellist , guitarist, and country singer-songwriter (RCA album - "Porchlight on in Oregon" and the two independently released CD's "Still Waters - (A Collection of Years) & "Watershed of an Earlier Heart: Songs of the Oregon Troubador"). As a character actor, he has played everything from white collar professionals to starring as Brian David Mitchell in the television movie "The Elizabeth Smart Story" to comedic work in "Winning Isn't Everything" at New York's Hudson Guild Theatre directed by legendary comedic director George Abbott, to playing southern white trash Alfredo in Leatherface: Texas Chain

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