Collaborated on songs for "Three Sisters" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (also acted)
Created roles in two off-off-Broadway plays by acclaimed avant-garde theater artist Richard Foreman including "Film is Evil: Radio is Good" (date approximate)
Played Unger in the remake of "The Longest Yard" with Adam Sandler
Portrayed the Younger John as well as Pierre Trudeau and Night Club Manager in "Lennon", an off-Broadway play on the life of the artist
Cast opposite Kevin Spacey in "K-PAX"
Debut as a recurring character on a TV series, played Jerry Horne on David Lynch's "Twin Peaks"
Feature acting debut, Walter Hill's "The Warriors"; first film for producer Joel Silver
Performed at the seminal rock club CBGB's in its early days
Starred as "Woyzeck" in a Hartford Stage revival of Buchner's 19th century tragedy
Appeared in "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band On the Road", an off-Broadway musical
Had a rare TV starring role in "Slippage", an episode of the fantasy anthology "Tales From the Darkside"
Portrayed Salvador Dali in the Off-Broadway play "Lobster Alice"
Broadway debut in "Working", a musical version of Stud Turkel's book
TV special debut, "Date Rape", an "ABC Afterschool Special"