Del moved to Los Angeles in 2005 to work in film and television as an actor and stuntman. His work includes NBC’s Revolution, CBS’s CSI: Las Vegas, Castlevania: Hymn of Blood and commercial work for the American toy company, Fisher-Price. Del also produced and starred in a Burbank production of Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things. Around this time, Del began working as an Assistant Director and Assistant Fight Choreographer for Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, an epic live-action musical that featured some of Hollywood’s top stuntmen and stuntwomen.
In 2016, Del shifted his talents to directing. He became Assistant Show Director for Universal Studios in Singapore. In his first year, Del was nominated for an IAAPA Brass Ring Award for his first production, A Date with Marilyn, a mini-musical exploring the life of Marilyn Monroe. In 2018, Del was promoted to Show Director, writing and staging original productions as well as shows based on popular franchises from Illuminations, DreamWorks Animation, Amblin Entertainment, Netflix, Hasbro, Universal Pictures and Sesame Workshop.
Del became Universal Studio’s Creative Director of Entertainment in 2020. Del guided the creative team through the stages of ideation, development and execution for numerous shows and marquee events. He also played a prominent role in restructuring entertainment to provide COVID-safe performances. This included the debut of the first live show since the pandemic began, Sesame Street Goes Bollywood. Del has written a total of 50 scripts, staged 24 shows and received 8 nominations for entertainment excellence.
Del and his wife Gemma now call Melbourne home, which they share with their adorable son, Aiden.