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(December 1999) Directed English play "Hysteria" in first American production, at the Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

The Ogre - main character

Music video for Annie Lennox: "Walking on Broken Glass".

(2000) TV commercial for Les cahiers du Cinéma (France).

(2001) TV commercial for Eurostar (France).

Starred in BBC TV 10-min. documentary, providing his personal film essay on NYC's Chrysler Building.

Starred in "Lost Land" at Chicago's famed Steppenwolf Theatre, during the spring 2005. He also designed the costumes for the production.

Featured in "The Call" along with Naomi Campbell directed by Antoine Fuqua for pirelli.com

(1976) He acted in the stage productions of "The Dumbwaiter," "Look, We've Come Through," "The Indian Wants the Bronx," and "Birdbath" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1977)He acted in the stage productions of "Our Late Night," "The Indian Wants the Bronx," "Birdbath," and "The Seahorse" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1978) He acted in the stage productions of "Philadelphia, Here I Come," "The Caretaker," and "Sandbar, Flatland" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1979) He acted in the stage productions of "Say Goodnight, Grace," "Waiting for Lefty," "The Glass Menagerie," and "The Caretaker (Remount)" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1980) He acted in the stage productions of "Absent Friends" and "Death of a Salesman" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1981) He acted in the stage productions of "Waiting for the Parade," "Of Mice and Men," "Balm in Gilead," "No Man's Land," and "Savages" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1982) He acted in the stage productions of "A Prayer for My Daughter," "The House," and "True West" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1985) He acted in the stage productions of "The Caretaker" and "Coyote Ugly" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1987) He acted in the stage production of "Burn This" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1992) He acted in the stage production of "A Slip of the Tongue" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1994) He acted in the stage production of "Libra" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1996) He acted in the stage production of "The Libertine" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1999) He acted in the stage production of "Hysteria" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(2005) He acted in the stage production of "Lost Land" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.

(1980) He acted in Ralph Pape's play, "Say Goodnight, Gracie", at Travel Light Productions Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with Glenne Headly in the cast. Directed by Austin Pendleton.

(1981) He directed Lanford Wilson's play, "Balm in Gilead", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Debra Engle, Laurie Metcalf, Gary Sinise, Glenne Headly in the cast. Kevin Rigdon was the costume & lighting designer.

(1982) He acted in Sam Shepard's play, "True West", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, directed by Gary Sinise.

(1985) He directed Lynn Siefert's play, "Coyote Ugly", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois, with Laurie Metcalf and Glenne Headly in the cast.

(1996) He directed the play, "The Libertine", at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Martha Plimpton in the cast. The crew included Kevin Rigdon (lighting designer) and Virgil Johnson (costume designer).

(1993) Appeared in music video, "Can We Go Higher?", by Nenad Bach.

(2009) TV commercial for Nespresso as God, together with George Clooney.

(April 2012) Casanova in "The Giacomo Variations" in "Die Glocke" concert hall in Bremen,Germany.

(May 2012) Series of TV commercials "Speaking with Siri," for iPhone 4S by Verizon.

(1990) He acted in Lanford Wilson's play, "Burn This," at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England, UK, with Juliet Stevenson, Michael Simkins, and Lou Liberatore in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was the director.

(1990) He acted in Lanford Wilson's play, "Burn This," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England, UK, with Lou Liberatore, Michael Simkins, and Juliet Stevenson in the cast. Robert Allan Ackerman was the director.

(1992) He acted in Dusty Hughes play, "A Slip of the Tongue," at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, England, UK, with Ingeborga Dapkunaite in the cast.

(August 2014) TV Commercial, in French, for CANALPLAY, Canal+ video on-demand service.

(May-June 2013) TV commercial, "Find Warm Bodies on Blu-ray and DVD starting June 4, 2013," with Analeigh Tipton (portraying Nora), John Malkovich (portraying Grigio), Nicholas Hoult (portraying R), and Teresa Palmer (portraying Julie), directed by Jonathan Levine for the Blu-ray and DVD release of Warm Bodies (2013) from Summit Entertainment.

(December 1, 1976) He played Gus in Harold Pinter's play, "The Dumb Waiter," at the Steppenwolf Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois with H.E. Baccus (Ben) in the cast. Nancy Chris Evans was director. Kevin Rigdon was scenic designer.

(May 18, 1979 to June 24, 1979) He played Tom Wingfield in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Glass Menagerie," at the Steppenwolf Theatre, Highland Park, Illinois with Anne Edwards (Amanda Wingfield); Laurie Metcalf (Laura Wingfield); and Terry Kinney (gentleman caller) in the cast. H.E. Baccus was director. Kevin Rigdon was lighting designer.

(November 17, 1982) 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.

(April 22, 1982) He played Lee in Sam Shepard's play, "True West," at Steppenwolf Theatre (Lakeview) 3212 North Broadway in Chicago, Illinois with Jeff Perry (Austin); Francis Guinan (Saul Kimmer); and Laurie Metcalf (Mom) in the cast.

(January 11 to February 15, 1987) He acted in Lanford Wilson's play, "Burn This," in a world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Joan Allen and Lou Liberatore in the cast. Marshall W. Mason was director. John Lee Beatty was scenic designer. Dennis Parichy was lighting designer. Laura Crow was costume designer.


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