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My Claim to Fame (such as it is): I created the character of Monsieur Brunette in the first-ever interactive home video games: Parker Brothers' Clue: Clue VCR and its sequel, Clue II: Murder in Disguise.


Some Career Highlights: Particular favorites from my motley (or is that mottled?) acting career include roles in The Fantasticks, The Diary of Anne Frank and The 1940’s Radio Hour; The Man Who Came to Dinner, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, the New England premiere of Beau Jest, and a glorious stint in the Continental Congress in a stellar production of 1776.



  
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I’ve done radio drama with David Ossman of the Firesign Theatre and spent more Christmases than I care to count trussed up in chains as Jacob Marley in one or another production of A Christmas Carol. I’ve also directed pieces as diverse as Lend Me A Tenor and Dracula, Sylvia, The Mousetrap and King Lear, and Dames at Sea.

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I am a working professional in regional theatre, largely in New England.  I joined Actors’ Equity Association in 1977, and am also member of : Screen Actors' Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (AFTRA)

I currently serve as Chair and Area Liaison for the Boston Area Liaison Committee of Actors' Equity, a group comprised of regionally-based actors like myself who serve in an advisory capacity on national as well as regional issues to the staff and Council of Actors' Equity in New York.