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  • (1989) Appeared in two of Richard Marx's music videos for his hit debut single "Don't Mean Nothing" and "Too Late to Say Goodbye" as the singer's landlord.
  • (1998) TV commercial for J.D. Byryder Car Sales.
  • (early 1990s) Used to perform as Captain Thaddeus Harris for local car dealership commercials.
  • (January 18 to February 18, 1973) He acted in Daniel Stein's play, "Kentucky!", in a premiere performance at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Nathan Cook, Donna Curtis, Patrick Gorman, Max Howard, Susan Cardwell Kingsley, Sandy McCallum, Michael McCarty, Anne Shropshire, Falvia Smith, Patrick Tovatt and Jim Webb in the cast. Patrick Tovatt was also director.
  • (February 22 to March 18, 1973) He played Abdul Hassim in the musical, "In Fashion", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with John Wylie (Etienne Moulineaux's Servant); Lu Ann Post (Yvonne, Moulineaux's Wife); Daniel Davis (Moulineaux); Patrick Tovatt (Bassinet); Carmen Mathews (Madame Aigreville); Pamela Hall (Suzanne); Sandy McCallum (Aubin); Lee Anne Fahey (Madame Brigot) and Donna Curtis (Rosa) in the cast. Jon Jory was director and writer. Jerry Blatt was composer. Lonnie Burstein was lyricist.
  • (March 22 to April 15, 1973) He played Bloody Sergeant and 2nd Murderer in William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Patrick Tovatt (1st Witch, Porter); Marion Killinger (2nd Witch, 1st murderer); Ian Thomson (3rd Witch, Old Man, Doctor); John Wylie (King Duncan, Siward); Patrick Gorman (Malcolm); Toby Tompkins (Donalbain, Young Siward); Garrison Phillips (Lennox, Jester); James Glenn (Ross); David Canary (Macbeth); Sandy McCallum (Banquo); Carol Teitel (Lady Macbeth); Terry Howard (Messenger); Max Howard (Macduff); Nancy Bell (Fleance); Donna Curtis (Lady Macduff) and James Wehmeyer (Young Macduff); Vaughn McBride (Caithness) in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (April 17 to 28, 1973) He played the Male Player in Elaine May's play, "Adaptation", in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production at an Off Broadway Theatre in New York City with Vaughn McBride (Games Master); Linda Selman (Female Player) and Toby Tompkins (Contestant) in the cast. He played Marion Cheever in Terrence McNally's play, "Next," in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production at an Off Broadway Theatre in New York CIty with Linda Selman (Sgt. Thech) in the cast.
  • (November 13 to December 2, 1973) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Barney Cashman, Elaine Navazio, Bobbi Michele, Jeanette Fisher, Kay Erin Thompson, Lee Anne Fahey and Mary Shelley in the cast. Adale O'Brien and Vaughn McBride were directors.
  • (January 10 to February 19, 1974) He played Cheswick in Dale Wasserman's play, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Kentucky (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Michael Gross (Chief Bromden); John Thomas Waite (Aide Washington); Nathan Cook (Aide Williams); Adale O'Brien (Nurse Ratched); Joyce Tyson (Nurse Flinn); William Cain (Dale Harding); Greg Bell (Billy Bibbit); Vaughn McBride (Scanlon); Sandy McCallum (Martini); Irwin Atkins (Ruckly); Ken Jenkins (Randle P. McMurphy); Scott Porter (Dr. Spivey); Tom Henderson (Aide Turkle); Leta Anderson (Candy Starr); Hope Alexander-Willis (Sandra); in the cast. Based on the novel by Ken Kesey. Jeffrey Tambor was director.
  • (February 14 to March 16, 1974) He played Kirilla Matveich in Ronald Ribman's play, "The Journey of the Fifth Horse", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Susan Cardwell Kingsley (Terentievna); Jeffrey Tambor (Zoditch); John Thomas Waite (Sergey); Michael Gross (Rubin, Captain Ivan); Lee Anne Fahey (Miss Grubov, Elizaveta Kirillovna); Sandy McCallum (Pandalevski, Bizmionkov); Adale O'Brien (Katerina Prolomnaya); William Cain (Nikolai Alexeevich); Vaughn McBride (Doctor Korvin); Irwin Atkins (Lawyer); Meredith Ludwig (Feathers, Volobrina); Beverly May (Anna); Scott Porter (Gregory, Lieutenant Zimin) and Leta Anderson (Tania) in the cast. Jon Jory was director. The play based, in part, on the story "Diary of a Superfluous Man" by Ivan Turgenev.
  • (March 21 to April 20, 1974) He played a Doctor in William Gibson's play, "The Miracle Worker", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Susan Cardwell Kingsley (Kate); Sandy McCallum (Keller); Dawn Massie (Helen); Gari Gordon (Martha); Clifford Warfield (Percy); Beverly May (Aunt Ev); Michael Gross (James); Irwin Atkins (Anagnos); Peggy Cowles (Annie Sullivan); and Burniece Avery (Viney) in the cast. WIlliam Cain was director.
  • (October 10 to November 3, 1974) He played George Sikowski in Jason Miller's play, "That Championship Season", at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Michael Gross (Tom Daley); Bob Burrus (James Daley); Ric Mancini (Phil Romano); and Alfred Hinckley (Coach) in the cast. Israel Hicks was director.

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