Stage: Starred (as "Willy Loman") in Arthur Miller
's "Death of a Salesman" at the Eugene O'Neill
Theatre, New York, 1999. Won Tony Award
for Best Actor.
Narrated the five part documentary "Gunfighters of the West" for The Learning Channel.TV commercial
: Zantac 75 acid blocker (1996)TV commercial
: Maytag washing machines (1977)
Audio Book: Narrated the Seeing Ear Theatre's audio presentation of Neil Gaiman
's play "Murder Mysteries".
Appeared as a guest on Jonathan Ross
's show on BBC Radio 2 on Saturday 23 April 2005.
(2007). Stage Play: Inherit the Wind. Drama (revival). Written by Jerome Lawrence
and Robert E. Lee
. Associate Director: Mark Schneider. Scenic Design by Santo Loquasto. Directed by Doug Hughes. Lyceum Theatre: 12 Apr 2007- 8 Jul 2007 (100 performances + 27 previews that began on 19 Mar 2007). Cast: Brian Dennehy
(as "Matthew Harrison Brady"), Christopher Plummer
(as "Henry Drummond"), Byron Jennings (as "Rev. Jeremiah Brown"), Denis O'Hare (as "E.K. Hornbeck"), Terry Beaver (as "Judge"), Anne Bowles (as "Mrs. Loomis/Townsperson"), Steve Brady (as "Townsperson"), Bill Buell (as "Mr. Bannister"), Bill Christ (as "Vendor/Townsperson"), Carson Church (as "Gospel Quartet"), Conor Donovan
(as "Howard"), Lanny Flaherty (as "Elijah"), Kit Flanagan (as "Townsperson"), Beth Fowler
(as "Mrs. Brady"), Sherman Howard
(as "Townsperson"), Katie Klaus (as "Gospel Quartet"), Maggie Lacey (as "Rachel Brown"), Jordan Lage
(as "Tom Davenport"), Mary Kate Law
(as "Gospel Quartet"), Philip LeStrange (as "Townsperson"), Kevin Loomis
(as "Monkey Man/Townsperson"), David M. Lutken (as "Gospel Quartet"), Charlotte Maier (as "Mrs. Krebs/Townsperson"), Matthew Nardozzi (as "Timmy/Townsperson"), Randall Newsome (as "Photographer/Townsperson"), Jay Patterson (as "Dunlap/Townsperson"), Pippa Pearthree (as "Mrs. Blair/Townsperson"), Scott Sowers (as "Meeker"), Amanda Sprecher (as "Melinda"), Erik Steele (as "Reuter's Reporter/Harry Y. Esterbrook/Townsperson"), Jeff Steitzer (as "Mayor"), Henry Stram (as "Mr. Goodfellow"), Benjamin Walker (as "Bertram Cates"), Andrew Weems (as "Sillers/Townsperson"). Understudies: Anne Bowles (as "Rachel Brown"), Steve Brady (as "Dunlap/Elijah/Sillers"), Bill Christ (as "Mr. Goodfellow/Rev. Jeremiah Brown"), Kit Flanagan (as "Mrs. Blair/Mrs. Brady/Mrs. Krebs"), Sherman Howard (as "Henry Drummond/Monkey Man"), Jordan Lage (as "E.K. Hornbeck"), Philip LeStrange (as "Judge/Mayor/Mr. Bannister"), Kevin Loomis (as "Meeker/Reuter's Man"), Matthew Nardozzi (as "Howard/Melinda"), Erik Steele (as"Bertram Cates/Photographer") and Jeff Steitzer (as "Matthew Harrison Brady"). Produced by Boyett Ostar Productions, The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Philip J. Smith: President. Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President), Lawrence Horowitz, Jon Avnet, Ralph Guild, Roy Furman, Debra Black, Daryl Roth, Bill Rollnick, Nancy Ellison Rollnick and Stephanie McClelland. Associate Producer: Judith Resnick.
Stage: Appeared (as "Hugh") in "Translations" on Broadway
Stage: Appeared (as "James Tyrone") in "Long Day's Journey Into Night" on Broadway
, 2003. Won Tony Award
(1987) He acted in Bertolt Brecht
's play, "Galileo", at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Cast and crew also included Frank Galati
and James F. Ingalls
(1999) He acted in Arthur Miller
's play, "Death of a Salesman", at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Elizabeth Franz
in the cast. Robert Falls
was the director.
(2009-2010 Season) He acted in Samuel Beckett
's play, "Hughie/Krapp's Last Tape", at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
(13 January 2011-12 February 2011) Playing lead character 'Bull' McCabe in John B. Keane
's "The Field" at Dublin's Olympia Theatre with direction by Joe Dowling
(2011-2012 Season) He acted in Eugene O'Neill's play, "The Iceman Cometh," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Robert Falls was director. Kevin Depinet was a scenic designer. Natasha Katz was lighting designer.
(2005) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "The Death of a Salesman," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Clare Higgins, Douglas Henshall, Mark Bazeley, Howard Witt, and Abigail McKern in the cast. Robert Falls was director.
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