Appeared in "War Letters", based on the book "War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars" (Canon Theatre, Los Angeles, CA), 2/02.
6 Interviews |
4 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 10" (1.78 m)
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(2011, on filming Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead) Probably one of the most iconic, interesting scripts. Scott [Rosenberg's] script, he created a new language that I just thought was amazing. And Gary Fleder, with whom I've remained very good friends, he's a wonderful director. Great guy. When I came in and said, "I think Critical Bill doesn't have a bathroom in the apartment, but he has ...
The nickname "Treat" comes from one of his maternal relatives (though not a direct ancestor), Robert Treat Paine, whose signature appears on the Declaration of Independence. Through his mother, Treat is also the great-great-great-grandson of William Henry Barnum, a Senator from Connecticut (who served from 1876 to 1879).