October, 2004: Appearing in the title role in William Shakespeare
's "Richard the Third" at the Public Theatre in New York City.
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4' 5" (1.35 m)
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I think actors get too comfortable. I like being uncomfortable as an actor because it keeps you alive. I don't know, I think it's important.
Has achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism in which the body is perfectly formed but the bones initially modelled in cartilage, the long bones of the arms and legs, do not grow long enough. Velázquez painted a fine portrait of a man with this condition which hangs in the Prado in Madrid.
Often plays highly intelligent and moralistic but flawed characters