(February 27 to March 15, 1980) He played a Man in John Byrne's play, "Hooray for Hollywood," in the America Project/Humana Foundation production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with William McNulty (McDade); Dierk Toporzysek (Greenbax); Melodie Somers (Girl); Jeanne Even (Woman); and Mary Bartlett (...
5' 7" (1.7 m)
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(On Red Dragon) They recreated the ginal] set [of Silence Of The Lambs]. They had to make a whole wig for me. I had a buzz cut, because I was still doing Boston Public. We had our first meeting in Dino De Laurentiis's office. When I walked in, Tony [Hopkins] saw me and he started dancing across the room, singing, "We get to do it again! We get to do it again!" He's so silly. It was wonderful ...
Was twice nominated for Broadway's Tony Award: in 1988, as Best Actor (Featured Role - Musical), for a revival of "Anything Goes"; and in 1995, as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play), for Terrence McNally
's "Love! Valour! Compassion!".