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  • (1995) TV commercial for Kool-Aid.
  • (February 2005) Stage: Appeared (as "Ross") in "The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?" by Edward Albee, at the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, California.
  • Radio: Did voice work in the radio adaptation of "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back" playing the character Beta.
  • (2011) TV commercial for V-8 vegetable juice.
  • (2002) He directed Neil Simon's play, "Chapter Two" in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Caroline Aaron, Charlie Brill, Julie Cobb, and Michael Gross in the cast.
  • (2004) He directed John Henry Redwood's play, "Old Settler," in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at The Alex Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Janet MacLachlan, Alex Désert (as Alex Desert), Iona Morris, and Tracey Leigh (as Tracey A. Leigh) in the cast.
  • (2004) He directed Richard Greenberg's play, "Eastern Standard," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at The Alex Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jordan Belfi, Teri Garr, Hill Harper, Tracey Leigh, Matt Letscher, and Zilah Mendoza in the cast.
  • (2005) He directed David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo," in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Boston Court Performing Complex in Los Angeles, California with Bill Smitrovich, Joe Spano, and Michael Weston in the cast.
  • (2006) He directed Herb Gardner's play, "I'm Not Rappaport," in a Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Boston Court Performing Complex in Los Angeles, California with Willie C. Carpenter, Pat Harrington Jr., Robyn Cohen, Joe Egender, Dean Gregory, Marsha Kramer, and David Starzyk in the cast.
  • (2002 - 2003) He directed Neil Simon's play, "Chapter Two" in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Caroline Aaron, Charlie Brill, Julie Cobb, and Michael Gross in the cast.
  • (2004 - 2005) He directed Richard Greenberg's play, "Eastern Standard" in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at The Alex Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jordan Belfi, Teri Garr, Hill Harper, Tracey A. Leigh, Matt Letscher, and Zilah Mendoza in the cast.
  • (2004 - 2005) He directed John Henry Redwood's play, "Old Settler," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at The Alex Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Janet MacLachlan, Iona Morris, Alex Desert, and Tracey A. Leigh in the cast.
  • (2005 - 2006) He directed David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Boston Court Performing Complex in Los Angeles, California with Bill Smitrovich, Joe Spano, and Michael Weston in the cast.
  • (2006 - 2007) He directed Herb Gardner's play, "I'm Not Rappaport," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with Willie C. Carpenter, Pat Harrington, Robyn Cohen, Joe Egender, Dean Gregory, Marsha Kramer, and David Starzyk in the cast.
  • (2006 - 2007) He directed Lorraine Hansberry's play, "A Raisin in the Sun," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with Hattie Mae Winston, Alex Desert, Jennifer Shelton, Tracey A. Leigh, Roger Bridges, Willie C. Carpenter, Malcolm Danare, Darren Law, and Adrian "Kali" Turner in the cast.
  • (2015) TV commercial for Scotiabank.
  • (January 1 to 24, 1987) He played Biff in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Eddie Jones (Willy Loman); Lenka Peterson (Linda); Steve Rankin (Happy); Bruce Nozick (Bernard); June Daniel White (The Woman); Bob Burrus (Charley);- Frederic Major (Uncle Ben); Patrick Husted (Howard Wagner); Amanda Rambo (Jenny); Vaughn McBride (Stanley); Anne Wessels (Miss Forsythe) and Susan Stevens (Letta) in the cast. Tom Bullard was director.

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