(2005, April) Appears in the role of "Artie" in David Rabe
's play, "HurlyBurly", at the 37 Arts Theatre, New York, NY, USA.
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5' 2" (1.57 m)
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[in 2008, on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
(1993)] They worked quite long days on these television programs. Twelve hours is normal. And if you are playing a creature from outer space, you have to show up three hours earlier to put on your makeup. And you stay an hour later to take it off. So you enter a zone of strangeness that you can't really put into words very easily . . . It's physically ...
Has a younger sister named Mary who has been institutionalized since the mid-1950s, when she was six. Mary was diagnosed with what were then referred to as mental retardation and "infantile schizophrenia", the former term for the condition now diagnosed under the name "autism".
Distinctive high, clipped, lisping speaking voice