Wrote and portrayed six different characters his one-man show "Last Sunday in June," first in a trial run in the 1997 San Francisco Fringe Festival, then in a three-week run at the Studio at Theatre Rhinoceros in June 1998.
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Regarding what he calls his "Sharon Stone moment" at the beginning of the film "Foucault Who?", in which he urinates on screen: "When I first read the script, I thought, 'I hope they don't expect me to actually pee on camera!' Director Jed Bell said no, that he didn't plan to shoot it that way. But it was the last scene we shot -- and by the time we got to it, I realized that the tone of the film...
In 2001, he shot the feature thriller "Mortuary" while simultaneously appearing in the world premiere of Ronnie Larsen's stage play "A Few Gay Men," driving back and forth from the film's set in Marin County to Theatre Rhinoceros in San Francisco. He describes this period as "one of the happiest times of my life.".