: Portrayed Homer Bolton in "Morning's at Seven" play by Paul Osborn
on Broadway at the Lyceum Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
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 The most difficult role I've ever had, but one of the most rewarding, was Memento
(2000). I'll mention that because we had no lines in the script, and Chris [Christopher Nolan
, writer-director] wanted us to improvise our part. I was playing someone with amnesia, which means you can't remember what you're doing, and Chris was going to cover it from different angles. So part of my brain had ...
To develop a plotline for the 1986 film True Stories
(1986) he and rocker David Byrne
once stared wordlessly for two hours at Byrne's wall. On the wall were hundreds of pencil drawings of ideas for the film by Byrne. That very night, he wrote a thirty-page treatment for the film and was soon hired as a writer.
Often plays egomaniacal characters