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1992: TV commercial for Preparation H.

Was a member of the Boston Repetory Theater in the mid-1970's. Appeared in "The Little Prince", among other roles.

Stage: "Wayne and Shuster", as Shuster (1974).

Stage: Co-starred with Mary-Louise Parker Off-Broadway in "How I Learned to Drive", receiving critical raves.

(December 2007): Played James "Sharky" Harkin in "The Seafarer" play by Conor McPherson (Booth Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

On the Waterfront (1995). Drama. Written by Budd Schulberg and Stanley H. Silverman. Incidental music by David Amram. Directed by Adrian Hall. Brooks Atkinson Theatre: 1 May 1995- 7 May 1995 (8 performances + 16 previews that began on 12 Apr 1995). Cast: Kevin Conway (as "Johnny Friendly"), Ron Eldard (as "Terry Malloy"), Penelope Ann Miller (as "Edie Doyle"), David Morse (as "Father Barry") [Broadway debut], James Gandolfini (as "Charley Malloy") [Broadway debut], George N. Martin (as "Father Vincent"), Brad Sullivan (as "Pop Doyle"), Leon Addison Brown (as "Ron/Bailiff/Longshoreman/Townsperson/Mobster"), Robertson Carricart (as "Bartender/Longshoreman/Townsperson/Mobster") [replaced by David Hyslop], Jarlath Conroy (as "Mutt/J.P. Morgan"), Lance Davis (as "Runty Nolan"), Desmond Devenish (as "Little Frankie"), Lynn Eldredge (as "Longshoreman/Townsperson/Mobster"), Wayne Grace (as "Mac"), Jerry Grayson (as "Barney") [Suffered a heart attack on stage during a press preview, replaced by Robertson Carricart], Kevin Hagan (as "Longshoreman/Townsperson/Mobster"), Charlie Hofheimer (as "Jimmy Conroy"), Peter Linari (as "Longshoreman/Townsperson/Mobster"), Barry McEvoy (as "Joey Doyle"), Michael Mulheren (as "Truck"), Afemo Omilami (as "Luke"), Richard Pruitt (as "Policeman/Longshoreman/Townsperson/Mobster"), Steve Ryan (as "Glover/Skins "), Alison Sheehy (as "Mrs. Collins"), Skipp Sudduth (as "Moose/Interrogator"), David Warshofsky (as "Tommy"). Produced by Mitchell Maxwell, Dan Markley, Victoria Maxwell, Pines/Goldberg, Michael Skipper, Harvey J. Klaris, David Young, Dina Wein-Reis, James L. Simon, Palmer Video Corporation and Workin' Man Films, Inc. Produced in association with Fred H. Krones, Hugh Hayes and Alan J. Schuster. Associate Producer: Robert Barandes, Lauren Doll, Paula Heil Fisher, Follows Latimer Productions, Keith Hurd, Lesley Mazzotta, Wayne Nathan, Marcus Ticotin and TDI, Inc.

(31 May 2013-25 August 2013) Stage Play: The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin - playing Tom Durnin, at Laura Pels Theatre, New York, USA


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