Co-founded True Pictures
Co-founding director of New York Stage and Film Company
Debut as host on summer series, "The Comedy Zone"
Performed a solo mime show while attending Yale
Returned to Broadway as co-star in Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor", starring Nathan Lane
Star of longrunning ABC comedy series, "Perfect Strangers"
Starred on Broadway in "Doonesbury"
TV-movie debut, "The Ghost Writer"
Born in St Louis, Missouri and raised in Wethersfield, a Hartford, Connecticut suburb
Co-starred with Lane in revival of the musical "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
Episodic TV debut in a detective pilot, "O'Malley"
Feature debut in a starring role, "My Favorite Year"
Headlined the one-man Off-Broadway show "Chesapeake"
Off-Broadway stage debut at New York Shakespeare Festival, "All's Well That Ends Well"
Spent three years with the Yale Repertory Theater
TV directing debut, "Family Matters"
Cast in Michael Cuesta's sophomore feature "Twelve and Holding"
Feature film debut, "Manhattan"
First film role after a decade of TV, "Noises Off"
Recurring character on children's educational series, "Ghostwriter"