He played A.E. Housman's play, "The Invention of Love," in its American premiere in an American Conservatory Theatre production at the Geary Theater in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.
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[on his Oscar campaign for Babe
(1995)] That year they had huge films and I said to the studio, 'I want to go for supporting actor,' and they said, 'No, your name comes first.' I said, 'Yeah, it comes first because you can't say, "Babe, starring the pig and James Cromwell." Of course you had to put me first.' You know, they didn't help me at all. No campaign, no advertising, no nothing. It cost ...
Frequently plays men with positions of authority