(April 16 to May 29, 1982) He acted in John Patrick's play, "The Hasty Heart," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Gregory Harrison, Lisa Eichhorn and Edward Edwards in the cast. Martin Speer was director. A. Clark Duncan was set designer.
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(1996) I am like Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin Franklin. I love life. I have a comic outlook, I laugh at myself harder than at anybody else. I get extremely vociferous about things I don't believe in, but I'm in the moment. Benjamin Franklin loved life, he wasn't a negative person. And I do sense that I'm being more perceived like that now.
In his audio commentary for The Thing
(1982), he joked with director John Carpenter
about the scene where he threw a stick of dynamite at the character Palmer (who was turning into the Thing) and how the explosion was more powerful than he had expected. In truth, he could have been seriously injured.
Often has long hair or a mullet