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.
3 Interviews |
3 Articles |
2 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' (1.83 m)
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(On the cult status of Office Space
(1999)) It was like a lot of movies. You do the movie and then you walk away. It lasted maybe five weeks in theaters, if that. The first time I got a sense of it was probably a year later. I was doing a play in Chicago in the summer of 2000, because here [in L.A.], you don't spend a lot of time on the street. You're always driving. But in Chicago, I lived next ...
Appeared as an extra in the classic 1995 episode of Seinfeld "The Soup Nazi", he can be seen standing behind Jerry and George while they are queuing at the soup restaurant and Banya approaches Jerry.
Usually plays cold, calculating authority figures