Aaron Michael Lacey Poster

Other Works

  • Speaker for The Washington Reginoal Alcohol Program
  • International Poster Ad for MADD (Drinking and Driving a Deadly Decision) (1986)
  • "PSA for A World of Difference," as himself (1994)
  • TV commercial for CBS News (1993)
  • TV commercial for Erol's Video (1985)
  • TV commercial for Jhoon Rhee Karate (1980)
  • Played Gustave in Jean Anouilh's "Thieves' Carnival" (directed by Jeff Lee - well-known for mounting Disney's Broadway production of The Lion King with director Julie Taymor.) (1993)
  • Played Jerome Brace, Gus, Young Man, and Man in Edward Albee's "Malcolm." (1993)
  • Played The Gunman in Clifford Odets's "Waiting For Lefty" (directed by his mentor and friend Patricia Pyuen, who encouraged such talent as Faye Dunaway, Peter Vogt, Mark Hatton, Fred Travalena, Joan Cushing.) (1993)
  • Played Tye McCool in 'Tennessee Williams'' "Vieux Carre." (1993)
  • Played Nels in John Van Druten's "I Remember Mama" (The same role Marlon Brando captured.)
  • International Print ads for Parliament. (Japan) (1995)
  • TV commercial for Parliament. (Japan) (1995)
  • "Aaron Michael Lacey's C-9" (screenplay, 1998)
  • "Crimson Road" (Sreenplay, 1987)
  • "Edge" (screenplay, 1993)
  • "Gangs: Crossing the Line" (teleplay, 1990)
  • "Mind Walker" (screenplay, 1990)
  • "Sync's Expression" (screenplay, 1998)
  • Played Tye McCool in Tennessee Williams' "Vieux Carre" (1993).

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