He acted in Robert Shenkkan's play, "The Kentucky Cycle," at the Pegasus Players in Chicago, Illinois with John Alcott and Elizabeth Laidlaw in the cast. The crew included Joe Cerqua (sound designer), Warner Crocker (director), Joanne Witzkowski Kalec (costume designer), and Shannon McKinney (lighting designer).
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Megan and I agree that successful dancing is 99 percent the face you make. If you're at a wedding reception and you're dancing like a maniac on the dance floor? As long as you're making the right face, no one will fault you. If you're taking yourself too seriously, that's when you can look like a jackass. Even then, I would highly recommend making a jackass of yourself over sitting at your table ...
His father's lineage is German and Swiss-German, and his mother's ancestry is English, Irish, German, Swiss-German, distant Welsh, and remote French, Scottish, and Jersey (Channel Islander).
Characters that express a large amount of machismo