(4/86-6/86) Stage: Appeared (as "James Tyrone Jr.") in "Long Day's Journey Into Night" by Eugene O'Neill
. Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, New York.
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Has said that working with Jack Lemmon
on a stage production of Long Day's Journey Into Night
(1987) (the television edition of the stage production) changed his life. Previously possessive of a reckless ambition, he said he was amazed at how Lemmon was both a great actor and generous to a fault as both a co-star and a human being, teaching him that being a good person and a good actor were not ...
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