Serious Money (1988). Satire. Written by Caryl Churchill
. Choral Director: Allan Corduner
[earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Max Stafford-Clark. Royale Theatre: 9 Feb 1988- 20 Feb 1988 (15 performances + 21 previews that began on 20 Jan 1988). Cast: Valerie Bahakel, Alec Baldwin
(as "Grimes"), Allan Corduner
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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It's not what's underfoot but in your veins. My father was a working man. He did all manner of things to house and feed his wife and three boys: sold encyclopedias, insurance, was a steamfitter. One day, at thirty-four years of age, on a construction site in twenty below zero, he decided to change his life. He labored by day and, two or three nights a week, placed his safety helmet in a locker at...
In the late 90s he was going to star in a project called "Cousin Joey" together with Mickey Rourke
and Martin Landau
. The movie was about two cousins, one an ex con named Joey (Wincott) who aspires to become a major player in the New York underworld and the other just released from prison (Rourke). Rourke's character tries to hook up with Joey and agrees to work as a loan shark to build up enough...
Frequently plays villains, both leading and supporting