It's been a bumpy road for the 28-year-old Salt Lake City, Utah native who has racked up numerous achievements, the latest being a self-produced CD, Boy Next Door, a portion of whose proceeds he is donating to Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS. Palmer also produced a video for the lead single "Me Society" that deals with our culture's obsession with vanity in a kooky fashion.
Today, when not touring with the likes of Bob Hope or Michael Crawford, or acting and scoring films like Brother Red, Palmer takes his one-man show Nothing Personal on the road. Palmer's latest project is a cabaret show called Songs the Girls Sang, which is currently booking across the U.S. It showcases songs originally written for women "with a new little twist."
Palmer can currently be seen on the number-one rated children's program Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as the Alien Ranger Corcus and on Showtime's Compromising Situations series.