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(January 2008) Portrayed "Archer Brown" in "November," written by David Mamet, on Broadway, at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(2005) Audiobook narrator for "I Am Charlotte Simmons" a novel by Tom Wolfe.

(June 2005) Portrayed "Cmdr. William Harbison" in "South Pacific," a musical by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, based on James A. Michener's novel "Tales of the South Pacific," at Carnegie Hall, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(December 19, 1988 - March 25, 1989) "Eastern Standard," an original drama, written by Richard Greenberg, directed by Michael Engler, with Dylan Baker (as Stephen Wheeler); Patricia Clarkson (as Phoebe Kidde); Kevin Conroy (as Peter Kidde); Peter Frechette (as Drew Paley); Barbara Garrick (as Ellen); and Anne Meara (as May Logan); on Broadway at the John Golden Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (112 total performances, including 20 previews beginning December 19, 1988).

(January 29, 1991 - March 2, 1991) Portrayed Prince Conty in "La Bête," an original comedy, written by David Hirson, directed by Richard Jones, on Broadway at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(September 13, 2007 - Nov 25, 2007) "Mauritius," a new drama, written by Theresa Rebeck; directed by Doug Hughes; with F. Murray Abraham (as Sterling); Dylan Baker (as Phillip); Bobby Cannavale (Broadway debut as Dennis); Katie Finneran (as Mary); and Alison Pill (as Jackie); on Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre (85 total performances, including 24 previews beginning September 13, 2007), Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(December 20, 2007 - July 13, 2008) "November," an original comedy, written by David Mamet, directed by Joe Mantello, with Dylan Baker (as Archer Brown); Nathan Lane (as Charles Smith); Laurie Metcalf (as Clarice Bernstein); Michael Nichols (as Dwight Grackle); and Ethan Phillips (as A Representative for the National Assoc. of Turkey Manufacturers); on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. (238 total performances, including 33 previews beginning December 20, 2007).

(February 28, 2009 - June 6, 2010) "God of Carnage," a comedy written by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton, music by Gary Yershon. Associate Director Beatrice Terry, directed by Matthew Warchus. On Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre (476 performances, including 24 previews that began on February 26, 2009). Cast included Jeff Daniels (as Alan); Hope Davis (as Annette); James Gandolfini (as Michael); Marcia Gay Harden (as Veronica); with standbys Charlotte Maier (as Annette/Veronica); Bruce McCarty (as Alan/Michael); and replacement actors Dylan Baker (as Alan); Jeff Daniels (as Michael); Christine Lahti (as Veronica); Lucy Liu (in her Broadway debut as Annette); Janet McTeer (as Veronica); Annie Potts (as Annette); Jimmy Smits (as Alan); and Ken Stott (as Michael).

(June 2014) TV commercial "Meet the McTaggert's" for A-1 Steak Sauce (voiceover)).


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