: Portrayed Homer Bolton in "Morning's at Seven" play by Paul Osborn
on Broadway at the Lyceum Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
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My first day on Groundhog Day
(1993), Bill Murray
shook hands with me and said, "Hello, nice to meet you - now show me what you're going to do". I jumped into a few enormously energetic moments of "Ned Ryerson" and Bill held up his hand. "Fine, fine, you can do that", he said. "It's funny". Bill walked away. I then asked the director, Harold Ramis
, if I should play "Ned" a little more down to ...
Was almost murdered twice in one week in Hartford, Connecticut by different people. As he admitted, "That's unusual." The first instance occurred when he was in a pub with Beth Henley
. After a brawl with a man who was attacking Henley, he was held at gunpoint at the pub. Later that week, when he and Henley went to a pizza parlor next to the pub, where he was stabbed. Fortunately, the knife only ...
He usually plays annoying business men-types that the heroes or villains loathe to deal with.