He played Lee in Sam Shepard's play, "True West," at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York City with Gary Sinise (Austin); Francis Guinan (Saul Kimmer) and Laurie Metcalf (Mom) in the cast. The play ran for 762 performances.
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I was sitting in Piccadilly, when a guy came up and asked some directions. So I told him where to go and I went back to reading my book. But he kept saying, 'Don't I know your face?' 'Aren't you an actor?' 'What have you done?' And finally I said, 'Look, why don't you go wherever it is you're trying to find'. Which might sound kinda snotty. But, by the 60,000th time, it really starts to be a drag...
Legend has it that he was told by the head of the Theatre Department at Illinois State University that he would not have a career as an actor. Even though he did not graduate from ISU (he never took the constitution test), the Theatre Department still claims him as an alumnus. On April 4, 2005, he returned to visit the Theatre Department where he was presented with an official diploma for his ...
Often plays menacing, sadistic villains