Appeared (as "Willy Loman") in a revival of "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway, 1984. The production won a Tony for Best Reproduction. However, his performance was looked down upon by critics and was snubbed by the Tony committee, even though he won a Drama Desk award. In 1985 he reprised this role for TV (Death of a Salesman
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5' 5¾" (1.67 m)
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You go to the cinema and you realize you're watching the third act. There is no first or second act. There is this massive film-making where you spend this incredible amount of money and play right to the demographic. You can tell how much money the film is going to make by how it does on the first weekend. The whole culture is in the crap house. It's not just true in the movies, it's also true ...
Did a brief stint while he was a struggling actor working at the toys' department at Macy's. As a joke, he set Gene Hackman
's toddler son up on a display and tried to pass him off as a large doll, until a woman offered to buy him.
Has a reputation for being difficult to work with due to his perfectionist approach