Appeard in Sam Shepard
's "The Tooth of Crime", at the Remains Theatre in Chicago, IL, with William Petersen
. Mary McAuliffe & Kevin Rigdon
were lighting designers, and Fugue provided original incidental music.
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3 Articles |
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5' 11½" (1.82 m)
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(On his guest appearance on Miami Vice
(1984)) I think the show was in its third season, so it was pretty popular at that point. It was a good experience for me. I was only there five or six days. There was a great actor in that episode who's now a director, Perry Lang
. We were kind of partner bad guys, a couple of rich kids who became drug smugglers. I just remember having a decent time in Miami...
In 1985, became a member of the Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble.
Usually plays cold, calculating authority figures