Appeared in various U.S. regional theatre productions, including critically acclaimed leading roles in Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" (Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 1990) and Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus" (Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 1995).
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A better question might be what is it about those characters that appeals to audiences, or an even better question is why do audiences perceive them as creepy? Let's say I got to the studio one day and I play it in neutral - I don't make any judgment about the character or the material or anything. And then when it comes out and it's all chopped together and there's music and stuff, people go 'my...
In 1995, he graduated from the prestigious Professional Actor Training M. F. A. program run jointly by the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and The University of Alabama Department of Theater and Dance. He turned 40 while in the program, which made him about 15 years older than the typical theater graduate student.