(February 23 to April 3, 1983) He played Fitzroy in Patrick Tovatt's play, "Bartok as Dog," in a Shorts (One Act Plays) -Humana Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Murphy Guyer (Parsons); Susan Kingsley (Lois) and Carol Shoup-Sanders (McCormack) in the cast. Frazier W. Marsh was ...
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[on Jeff Lipsky's movies] The characters are all so odd, like the films are odd. There's a fascination with human behavior you don't get to see very often, and as an actor you don't get to play very often. He loves to explore the darker side of the human psyche in a wonderfully unexpected way.
Received a Special Drama Desk Award in 2011 "for his versatile and finely nuanced performances over the past thirty-five years, and for his exceptional work this season in Tigers Be Still, A Small Fire and The Dream of the Burning Boy".