made his Broadway debut in Butley with Alan Bates. Also in Manhattan, he appeared with The Lark Theatre Company, The New York Shakespeare Festival, Primary Stages, The Roundabout, and The British American Repertory Company. His many roles at regional theatres include Henry/Aunt Augusta (Travels With My Aunt, New Jersey Shakespeare Festival); The Lecturer (The Harmfulness of Tobacco, Berkshire Theatre Festival); Hercule Poirot (Black Coffee, Dorset Playhouse); Tom (The Glass Menagerie, GeVa Theatre); Elwood P. Dowd (Harvey, Theatre Virginia); Jane/Lord Edgar (The Mystery of Irma Vep, Syracuse Stage); Tartuffe (Theatre Virginia), Festé (Twelfth Night, Hartford Stage) and Charlie in The Foreigner. TV & film credits include Oh, Soho!, I Shot Andy Warhol, New York News, and the pilot for Automatic Avenue. He is married to costume designer Ingrid Price, whom he met while playing Hamlet as a Guest Artist at FSU. New Jersey audiences may have seen him at the McCarter (Cymbeline) or in five seasons with the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival.
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