Played the role of "Quentin Crisp" to great reviews in the Los Angeles production of Jeffrey Hartgraves' stage comedy "Carved in Stone," at Theatre Asylum in Hollywood, which he also co-executive produced.
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Regarding what he calls his "Sharon Stone moment" at the beginning of the film "Foucault Who?", in which he urinates on screen: "When I first read the script, I thought, 'I hope they don't expect me to actually pee on camera!' Director Jed Bell said no, that he didn't plan to shoot it that way. But it was the last scene we shot -- and by the time we got to it, I realized that the tone of the film...
There was debate between Some Prefer Cake director Heidi Arnesen, writer Jeannie Kahaney & Acord regarding how "gay" to play "Devon." They saw the character as more flamboyant, which he resisted. They compromised by allowing him to play lighter opposite the two female leads, but more grounded in scenes with Devon's boyfriend, played by DeVone Minters.
In the final scene, in which Devon describes ...