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  • (2000) Magazine ads: You Inc. phone company
  • (1990s) TV commercial: Vick's Nyquil cough medicine
  • (April 19, 2001) Stage: Co-starred with Matthew Broderick in "The Producers" on Broadway.
  • (1/10/98) Co-hosted AIDS benefit concert Classical Action: Performing Arts Against AIDS at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on January 10 1998 with Madeline Kahn.
  • (1992) Stage: Appeared (as "Nathan Detroit") in "Guys and Dolls" on Broadway (revival).
  • (2000) Stage: Appeared (as "Sheridan Whiteside") in "The Man Who Came to Dinner" on Broadway (revival).
  • (July 2004) Stage: Wrote (w/Stephen Sondheim) and appeared (as "Dionysos") in "The Frogs" on Broadway. Musical. From an earlier treatment by Burt Shevelove. Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York City.
  • (August 2005) Stage: Appeared (as "Lou Nuncle") in "Dedication of the Stuff of Dreams" by Terrence McNally. 59E59 Theatres, New York City.
  • (October 2005) Stage: Appeared (as "Oscar Madison") in "The Odd Couple" by Neil Simon, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City.
  • (January 2008) Stage: Appeared (as "Charles Smith") in "November" on Broadway. Written by David Mamet. Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City
  • (October 2006) Stage: Appeared (as "Ben Butley") in "Butley" by Simon Gray on Broadway. Booth Theater, New York City.
  • (April 2009) Stage: Appeared (as "Estragon") in "Waiting for Godot" by Samuel Beckett on Broadway (Studio 54, New York City)
  • Performed the voice of the audio-animatronic character Tom Morrow at the Innoventions attraction in Tomorrowland at Disneyland.
  • (1988) TV commercial: Vick's NyQuil Cherry Flavored Nighttime Colds Medicine
  • (March 21, 2013 - June 16, 2013) Starring in "The Nance" at New York City's Lincoln Center Theater at The Lyceum on Broadway in a limited engagement, which also features Cady Huffman who had also appeared with him in the blockbuster "The Producers" musical.
  • (1996) He acted in Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum," at the St. James Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Mark Linn-Baker, Lewis J. Stadlen, Ernie Sabella, William Duell, Mary Testa, Jessica Boevers, Cris Groenendaal, and Jim Stanek in the cast. Jerry Zaks was director.
  • (March 2001) He acted in Mel Brooks' musical, "The Producers," at the St. James' Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Matthew Broderick, Roger Bart, Gary Beach, Cady Huffman, Brad Oscar, and Eric Gunhus in the cast. Susan Stroman was both director and choreographer.
  • (November 2004) He acted in Mel Brooks' musical, "The Producers," at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Lee Evans, Nicolas Colicos, James Dreyfus, Conleth Hill, Leigh Zimmerman and Cory English in the cast. Susan Stroman was director
  • (February 19, 2001) He played Max Bialystock in Mel Brooks' musical, "The Producers," at the Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Matthew Broderick (Leopold Bloom); Brad Oscar and Ron Orbach (Franz Liebkind); Gary Beach (Roger DeBris); Roger Bart (Carmen Ghia); and Cady Huffman (Ulla) in the cast. Susan Stroman was director. William Ivey Long was costume designer. Robin Wagner was scenic designer. Thomas Meehan was librettist.
  • (May 4, 2012) He played Hickey in Eugene O'Neill's play, "The Iceman Cometh," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Brian Dennehy (Larry), John Hoogenakker (Willie), James Harms (Jimmy), Piet (John Judd), John Reeger (Larry Neumann Jr.), John Douglas Thompson (Joe Mott), Lee Wilkof (Hugo), Kate Arrington, Lee Stark, Tara Sissom, Salvatore Inerzillo (Rocky the bartender), Marc Grapey (Chuck the bartender), and Stpehen Ouimette (Harry Hope) in the cast. Robert Falls was director. Kevin Depinet was scenic designer. Natasha Katz was lighting designer. Merrily Murray-Walsh was costume designer.
  • (November 16 to December 30, 1990) He acted in Terrence McNally's play, "The Lisbon Traviata," in a West Coast premiere production at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Richard Thomas in the cast. John Tillinger was director.

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