(Summer 1972) He acted in N. Richard Nash's play, "The Rainmaker," in a Kenley Players production at the Packard Music Hall Theatre in Warren, Ohio. John Kenley was artistic director.
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[on the upcoming roles he is picking] I'm finally choosing a role for the right reason. It's not about the location ("Jamaica? I'll take it!") or the leading lady. It's about the words. I know I'll never be #1 again, but I'll be a working actor. And this time, I'll be a grownup. It's time. We have a saying in the South: "No man's a man until his father tells him he is!" Well, mine never told me ...
He met director David O. Russell
in late 1995 for dinner, to discuss a possible role for him in the independent movie Flirting with Disaster
(1996). Although the two felt very enthusiastic about his playing a part, negotiations fell through.