He acted in Frank D. Gilroy's play, "The Subject was Roses," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.
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[on the troubles his son Charlie has been experiencing] All of us have a repository of emotional life. We have a licence to explore that private pain and bring it public, but only for the purpose of playing a character. It's called emotional memory. This one is very difficult because it's so deeply personal and painful.
An opponent of euthanasia, he taped an ad in 2008 urging residents of Washington State to vote no on Initiative 1000, which would allow doctor assisted suicide of terminally ill patients. The initiative passed.
Films often reflected His Liberal Political views