(October 9 to 20, 1973 "Matching Wits" double one act plays) He played Popov in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Boor," in "Matching Wits" at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Lee Anne Fahey (Smirnov); and William Cain (Luka) in the cast. He played the Lieutenant in George Bernard Shaw's play, ...
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[2015, on how he got cast in Arrested Development
(2003)] I was a day-player, basically, for that. I was actually signed up on another series. I wasn't on for the run. So I remember having so much fun, and we did the boat scene first, and then we did the jail sequences, and I had so much fun, and I was praying for this other venture to fall through, and it did, and they called and said, "We would...
His paternal grandparents, Ignatz and Mollie, were Hungarian Jewish immigrants. His maternal grandparents, Joseph and Gertrude, were Ukrainian Jews (from Kiev).
Often plays a frustrated (or frustrating) authority figure