Has appeared in a string of successful alternative-theatre productions in San Francisco, including a villainous turn in Theatre Rhinocero's recent hit office comedy "Worse than Chocolate" (2003); The Narrator in New Conservatory's stage adaptation of Jim Grimsley's award-winning novel "Dream Boy" (1999); and the original stage ...
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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...
He made his professional show business debut at age 19 with a nightclub act in Indianapolis, Indiana, which he performed for six months. Being under drinking age, he was forbidden to actually enter the bar, and hid out in the dressing room between sets.