He acted in Reginald Rose's play, "Twelve Angry Men," at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey with James Rebhorn and Larry Bryggman in the cast. David Saint was director.
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[on what made Quincy M.E.
(1976) a hit] Quincy was a muckraker, like Upton Sinclair, who wrote about injustices. He was my ideal as a youngster, my author, my hero. Everybody said, 'Quincy'll never be a hit.' I said, 'You guys are wrong. He's two heroes in one, a cop and a doctor.' A coroner has power. He can tell the police commissioner to investigate a murder. I saw the opportunity to do what ...
Currently appearing in James Sweet
's "The Value of Names", at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ.