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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(On his role in Fatal Vision
(1984)) I was still really in Chicago. I don't even think I made any pilgrimages out here. I was doing theater in Chicago, and I had a couple plays in New York, which is really what led me to do it. There was a guy by the name of Joel Thurm
, who was vice-president at NBC at the time, and he had seen a production of "True West" that I was in, in New York. And I think ...
He was nominated for a 1982 Joseph Jefferson
Award for Actor in a Principal Role in a Play for "The Tooth of Crime" at the Remains Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
Usually plays cold, calculating authority figures