Broadway production of "Long Days Journey Into Night", 1986. Nominated for Tony Award for Best Actor (Play).
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(2011, on making Skag) There's actually two things I remember. I remember Karl Malden talking about working with Marlon Brando, and I experienced my first earthquake. It was at the old MGM studios, which is now the Sony lot. I was playing a bastard son in medical school who wasn't going to come home to see his dad because he had a test or something like that. So I was on the phone, this very ...
Often played smooth but self-asorbed and perverse characters in his early career