(2000s) Co-wrote FHM Magazine advice and humor column, "Ask Beth & Isaac", in his "Isaac the Bartender" persona, with model/actress Beth Ostrosky
(now the wife of Howard Stern
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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[When he was promoted from actor to director]: I started out to be an actor. Out of necessity, I found myself becoming a director, writer and screenplay writer to stay involved in the industry and in the exploration of the art.
Severely typecast in his long-running, rather featherweight role, he played it low-keyed for many years and found renewed respect on stage as a writer/director/producer/actor. He earned several stage awards for his efforts, including the Renaissance Man Theatre Award from the NAACP and the Paul Robeson Award from AFI.