Appeared in "The Creditors" by August Strindberg
, Off Broadway at The Actors' Gallery, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
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The most popular movie I've ever made is Scarface
(1983), all over the world. It's amazing to me. It's wonderful. We sometimes forget that it was Oliver Stone
who wrote it. He is a political creature, and I think that is an undercurrent in the movie. And the combination of him and Brian De Palma
made for this kind of fusion or explosion. It worked.
Won the Best Actor Obie (awarded for the best Off-Broadway performances) for "The Indian Wants the Bronx" (1968). Was also nominated for a Best Actor Obie for "Why Is a Crooked Letter" (1966).
Volcanic tirade, smoke-burnished voice