Broadway stage actor, director and teacher who studied at the
Neighborhood Playhouse. Best known for his 1980 portrayal of the cigarette-dangling
Humphrey Bogart in the turbulent TV mini-movie "Bogie," he also
played Bogart as an advisorial vision in the New York play "A Kiss
Is Just a Kiss" in 1983. 1988 The Red Spider, 1985 Special Effects,1978 The Brink's Job,
1975 The Passover Plot, 1971 Welcome to the Club.
Won several Drama Desk and Obie awards during his career on the
off-Broadway contemporary stage from the 60s throughout the 80s.
Attended the University of Hawaii. Once the artistic director of the Theatre at Saint Clement's in
the 70s. Attended Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Graduated from Roosevelt High School in Honolulu,
Date of Death
22 June 1991, New York, New York, USA