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(????) Played the role of "Cap'n Andy" in the national touring company of Harold Prince's 1994 Broadway production of "Show Boat".

(1962) He starred in an unsold pilot for a proposed CBS adventure series, set in World War II, called "APO 923". The series was set in the South Pacific and also starred James Stacey.

In 1964, he starred in an unsold pilot for a proposed ABC adventure series called "The Yellow Bird".

(1970) He co-starred an unsold sitcom pilot for CBS called "Maureen", in which he played a shyster owner of a real estate company who was continually in conflict with an innocent agent, played by Maureen Arthur.

In 1973, he starred in an unsold sitcom pilot called, "The Friday Night Group". The plot concerned a group of mismatched friends meet to play cards, discuss the days events and the problems in their lives.

(2001) He acted in William Inge's play, "Come Back, Little Sheba," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays Production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Piper Laurie, Zooey Deschanel, Brian Callan, Marsha Kramer, Charlie Dell, Jordan Belfi, Mark Bradford, Hill David Spielberg, and Stephen Reynolds in the cast. David Spielberg was also director.

(2002) He acted in Lillian Hellman's play, "The Little Foxes," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Lou Antonio, Jordan Belfi, T.K. Carter, Bonnie Franklin, Bruce French, Eve Kagan, Marsha Kramer, Arthur Rosenberg, and Michele Shay in the cast. Michael Pressman was director.

(2003) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jordan Belfi, Justine Boyriven, Catherine Cavadini, John DeMita, Bonnie Franklin, Marsha Kramer, Carlos Lacamara, and Steven Vinovich in the cast. Ernest Figueroa was director.

(2006) He acted in Herb Gardner's play, "I'm Not Rappaport," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with Willie C. Carpenter, Robyn Cohen, Joe Egender, Dean Gregory, Marsha Kramer, and David Starzyk in the cast. James Eckhouse was director.

(2009) He acted in Frank Gilroy's play, "The Subject was Roses," in a Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Pico Playhouse in Los Angeles, California with Bonnie Franklin and Graham Miller in the cast. Ernest Figueroa was director.

(2001-2002) He acted in William Inge's play, "Come Back, Little Sheba," in Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California, with Piper Laurie, Zooey Deschanel, Brian Callan, Marsha Kramer, Charlie Dell, Jordan Belfi, Mark Bradford Hill, David Spielberg, and Stephen Reynolds in the cast. David Spielberg was also director.

(2002-2003) He acted in Lillian Hellman's play,"The Little Foxes," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Lou Antonio, Jordan Belfi, T.K. Carter, Bonnie Franklin, Bruce French, Eve Kagan, Marsha Kramer, Arthur Rosenberg and Michele Shay in the cast. Michael Pressman was director.

(2003-2004) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons" in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Play production at the Ford Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Jordan Belfi, Justine Boyriven, Catherine Cavadini, John DeMita, Bonnie Franklin, Marsha Kramer, Carlos Lacamara, and Steve Vinovich in the cast. Ernest Figueroa was director.

(2006-2007) He acted in Herb Gardner's play, "I'm Not Rappaport," in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Boston Court Performing Arts Complex in Los Angeles, California with Willie C. Carpenter, Robyn Cohen, Joe Egender, Dean Gregory, Marsha Kramer, and David Starzyk in the cast. James Eckhouse was director.

(2009-2010) He acted in Frank Gilroy's play, "The Subject was Roses", in a Bonnie Franklin's Classic Contemporary American Plays production at the Pico Playhouse in Los Angeles, California, with Bonnie Franklin and Graham Miller in the cast. Julian Ernesto Figueroa was the director.


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