He acted in Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America: Part Two-Perestroika," on Broadway in New York City with Stephen Spinella and David Marshall Grant in the cast. George C. Wolfe was director. Jules Fisher was lighting designer.
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(2000) - "That was a film that Adrian Pasdar
directed. He's been a good friend of mine. It's kind of a cops and criminals film, but it's hard to decipher who's who. We shot it guerrilla-style, mostly out in Long Beach, California. My character's struggling to maintain his balance in an imbalanced, criminal underground."
Won Broadway's 1994 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for Tony Kushner
's "Angels In America: Perestroika," a role he recreated in the television mini-series version, Angels in America
(2003). In 2002, he was nominated for Tony's Best Actor (Play) Award for "Topdog/Underdog."
Deep, smooth voice