(as Sam Ritter)
He appeared on the New York stage in the following productions:
The Human Comedy (Off-Broadway, 1983-84; moved to Broadway in 1984); Maggie/Magalita (off-Broadway, 1986); Songs on a Shipwrecked Sofa (Off-Broadway, 1987)
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Did You Know?
"Horror movies are fun to do. They're exciting; there's never a dull moment. You really have to use your imagination a whole lot. You just don't put the make-up on and be scary. You really have to believe it. You have to believe this is really happening to you. If you can achieve that reality, it's exciting." (on acting in horror movies)
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1985" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 37.