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(1993- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(2002). Stage Play: The Crucible. Drama (revival). Written by Arthur Miller. Original music by David Van Tieghem. Scenic Design by Tim Hatley. Directed by Richard Eyre. Virginia Theatre: 7 Mar 2002- 9 Jun 2002 (101 performances + 19 previews that began on 16 Feb 2002). Cast: Laura Linney (as "Elizabeth Proctor"), Liam Neeson (as "John Proctor"), Tom Aldredge (as "Giles Corey"), Angela Bettis (as "Abigail Williams"), John Benjamin Hickey (as "Reverend John Hale"), Brian Murray (as "Deputy-Governor Danforth"), Christopher Evan Welch (as "Reverend Samuel Parris"), Stephen Lee Anderson (as "Hopkins"), Kristen Bell (as "Susanna Walcott"), Laura Breckenridge (as "Girl in courtroom"), Jennifer Carpenter (as "Mary Warren"), Betsy Hogg (as "Betty Parris"), J.R. Horne (as "Judge Hawthorne"), Patrice Johnson (as "Tituba"), Sevrin Anne Mason (as "Mercy Lewis"), Paul O'Brien (as "Thomas Putnam"), Jeanne Paulson (as "Ann Putnam"), Frank Raiter (as "Francis Nurse"), Dale Soules (as "Voice of Martha Corey/Sarah Good"), Helen Stenborg (as "Rebecca Nurse"), Henry Stram (as "Ezekiel Cheever"), Jack Willis (as "Marshall Herrick"). Uderstudies: Stephen Lee Anderson (as "Marshall Herrick/Reverend Samuel Parris/Thomas Putnam"), Kristen Bell (as "Mary Warren"), Marsha Stephanie Blake (as "Tituba/Voice of Martha Corey"), Laura Breckenridge (as "Betty Parris/Mercy Lewis/Susanna Walcott"), Lise Bruneau (as "Ann Putnam/Elizabeth Proctor/Sarah Good"), Jennifer Carpenter (as "Abigail Williams"), MacIntyre Dixon (as "Ezekiel Cheever/Francis Nurse/Giles Corey/Judge Hawthorne"), J.R. Horne (as "Deputy-Governor Danforth"), Paul O'Brien (as "John Proctor"), Dale Soules (as "Rebecca Nurse") and Michael Winther (as "Marshall Herrick/Reverend John Hale/Reverend Samuel Parris"). Produced by David Richenthal, Manocherian/Leve/Boyett, Max Cooper, Allan S. Gordon, Roy Furman, Us Productions, Élan V. McAllister, Adam Epstein and Margo Lion. Produced in association with Dede Harris, Morton Swinsky, Clear Channel Entertainment, Old Ivy Productions, Jujamcyn Theaters (James H. Binger: Chairman. Rocco Landesman: President. Paul Libin: Producing Director. Jack Viertel: Creative Director), Jeffrey Ash, Dori Berinstein, Roni Selig, Margaret McFeely Golden, Michael Skipper, Gene R. Korf and Robert Cole. Produced by special arrangement with The Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes: Artistic Director. Ellen Richard: Managing Director; Julia C. Levy: Executive Director of External Affairs. Gene Feist: Founding Director). Associate Producer: Toby Simkin, Eric Falkenstein and Debbie Bisno.

Played Mat in "Anna Christie" by Eugene O'Neill - Criterion Center Stage Right, NYC (1993).

Appeared in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" by - Gate Theatre, Dublin (1977).

His credits at the Dublin Theatre Festival include "Streamers" by David Rabe (1977).

Payed Jack in "The Plough and the Stars" by Sean O'Casey - Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.

His credits at Dublin's Abbey Theatre include: in Lennie in "Of Mice and Men" based on the novel by John Steinbeck (1980), "I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell" a new play by Bernard Farrell, "The Death of Humpty Dumpty" a new play by Graham Reid, "Juno and the Paycock" by Sean O'Casey, Shakespare's "The Winter's Tale" (all 1979), "Translations" by Brian Friel (1978), "City Sugar" by Stephen Poliakoff, "The Sea" by Edward Bond, "Says I, Says He" by Ron Hutchinson, "The Colleen Dawn", and Shakespeare's "Henry IV Part I".

His credits at Belfast's Lyric Players Theatre include: Dom in "The Loves Of Cass Maguire" by Brian Friel, Sophocles' "Oedipus", Percy in Shakespeare's "Henry IV Part One", O'Brien "We Do It For Love" by Patrick Galvin, Bertrand the musical "A Little Night Music", Gareth in Friel's "Philadelphia, Here I Come!", Jim in "The Risen People" by James Plunkett (all 1976), Teddy in "The Gathering", "Mother Courage" by Bertolt Brecht, Father O'Brien in "Black Man's Country" by Desmond Forristal, the title character in "The Rise and Fall of Barny Kerrigan" a new play by Frank Dunn, and "The Plough and the Stars" by Sean O'Casey (all 1977).

(1998). Played Oscar Wilde in "The Judas Kiss" by David Hare - Playhouse Theatre, London (1998).

(1998) He acted in David Hare's play, "The Judas Kiss," in an Almeida Company production at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England with Tom Hollander and Peter Capaldi in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

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