(1959-present/2014) Has been performing his one man show, 'Mark Twain Tonight', since 1959. In 1967 it was broadcast on television. Each year he updates the stage show to reflect the way Mark Twain
would likely have viewed and commented upon contemporary goings on.
1 Interview |
1 Article |
1 Pictorial |
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
On stage your job as actor is to present and show the story by your behavior, body language, and vocal work. In film, you musn't. You just have to be. You are...and it's mostly intuitive. The amount of characterization you do is very minimal. In fact, you try not to act at all. It's actually better that way, and it's taken me years to learn that.