He acted in the revue, "Truth, Justice, or the American Way" at the Second City Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Amy Sedaris and Paul Dinello also in the cast. The crew included Tom Gianas (director).
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[on whether he feared being typecast in comedy roles] I've done big commercial movies and little independent movies, and I've played jerks and suicidal Proust scholars, and I feel like I've been really lucky to play all the different types of characters. So, no, I don't worry about that. If I do get pigeonholed, it's nothing I can really control.
Worked for a brief period at a post office in Massachusetts where he delivered mail using his own car since the post office did not have mail carrier vehicles. When he resigned from the position to move to Chicago, for months afterward he continued to find undelivered mail under his car seats.
Often plays characters who are oblivious or have a lack of self awareness.