Appeared (as "James Tyrone") in "Long Day's Journey Into Night" on Broadway, 2003. Won Tony Award.
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[in 1993, on his quitting drinking] I used to be a pretty serious drinker. Heavy in defiance of knowing my family situation, which is chock-full of alcoholism. For a long time I was a functional alcoholic, though it never got in the way of my work. But it affected relationships. I never killed anybody, but I made people unhappy, including myself and people who are extremely important to me, like ...
Has won two Tony Awards as Best Actor (Play) on his only two nominations: in 1999 for a revival of Arthur Miller
's "Death of a Salesman," and in 2003 for a revival of Eugene O'Neill
's "Long Day's Journey into Night."
Playing men of power who in addition to being corrupt, are just plain mean