He acted in Daryl Waters, Zane Mark, and Ann Duquesnay's musical, "Bring in 'Da Funk, Bring in 'Da Noise," at the Ambassador Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Savion Glover and Ann Duquesnay in the cast. George C. Wolfe was director.
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(2000) - "That was a film that Adrian Pasdar
directed. He's been a good friend of mine. It's kind of a cops and criminals film, but it's hard to decipher who's who. We shot it guerrilla-style, mostly out in Long Beach, California. My character's struggling to maintain his balance in an imbalanced, criminal underground."
Won Broadway's 1994 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for Tony Kushner
's "Angels In America: Perestroika," a role he recreated in the television mini-series version, Angels in America
(2003). In 2002, he was nominated for Tony's Best Actor (Play) Award for "Topdog/Underdog."
Deep, smooth voice