He directed a revival of Dennis Paoli and his play, "Bleacher Bums" in Chicago, Illinois.
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My father died just as I became an adult. It's a tough thing because you've kind of known this guy as a child and then, just at the point where you start to understand where he's coming from, he's gone. So now you look back and he almost becomes a mythical person to you.
His character on The Simpsons
(1989) was originally intended to be a one-time guest appearance in the episode, The Simpsons: Bart the Murderer
(1991), but it became a recurring role later on in the series' run. According to the Season Three DVD commentary track, Mantegna liked the character and wanted to voice him again.