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Other Works

  • TV commercial for Girls and Boys Town (2001)
  • Appeared in a series of adverts for Vauxhall (2002) which were shown in the UK.
  • TV commercial for Mercury (voice)
  • Provides audio commentary on the Criterion DVD for The Rock
  • (November 23, 2005 - December 3, 2005) Appearing at The Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork, Ireland in the world premiere of "Wrecks", by famed writer/director Neil LaBute. This is his European stage debut.
  • TV commercial (voice) for Toyota Camry 2007 (April 2006).
  • (October 2006) : Played Edward Carr in "Wrecks", a play by Neil LaBute (The Public Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (2009 - 2012) Long series of TV commercials and radio advertisements for The Home Depot (voice)
  • (January 1976 - April 1976) Stage play (West Coast premiere) Tennessee Williams' "Kingdom of Earth" (a.k.a. "Seven Descents of Myrtle") - role of "Lot", with Marie Peckinpah and Duane Waddell in the cast, performed by the Pasadena Repertory Theatre at Theatre In The Building, located in The Hotel Carver, Pasadena, CA.
  • (July 1975 - October 1975) Stage play (world premiere): Balaam - Supporting role of FBI Agent, with Elizabeth Hartman, Peter Brandon, Duane Waddell and Howard Whalen, performed by the Pasadena Repertory Theatre at Theatre In The Building, located in The Hotel Carver, Pasadena, CA.
  • Taking Sides (1996). Written by Ronald Harwood. Directed by David Jones.Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 17 Oct 1996- 29 Dec 1996 (85 performances + 15 previews that began on 4 Oct 1996). Produced by Alexander H. Cohen, Max Cooper and Duncan C. Weldon. Co- Producer: Hildy Parks.
  • Precious Sons (1986). Written by George Furth. Assistant Director: Diane Camp. Directed by Norman René. Longacre Theatre: 20 Mar 1986- 10 May 1986 (60 performances + 28 previews that began on 24 Feb 1986. Cast: Ed Harris (as "Fred") [Broadway debut], Judith Ivey (as "Bea"), Anne Marie Bobby (as "Sandra"), William O'Leary (as "Art") [Broadway debut], Anthony Rapp (as "Freddy"). Standbys: George Bamford (as "Fred"), Kelly Bishop (as "Bea"). Understudies: Christopher Gartin (as "Art/Freddy"), Mary B. Ward (as "Sandra"). Produced by Roger Berlind and Marty Bell. Associate Producer: Michael Sanders.
  • Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (2003) Movie, Radio, about the TL Hannah High School football coach, Harold Jones, in Anderson, SC, who befriends a mentally challenged man, nicknamed Radio (Cuba Gooding, Jr.)

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