Raised in Oklahoma and Southern California
Co-founded the Pickle Family Circus in San Francisco
Feature acting debut as Ham Gravy in Robert Altman's "Popeye"
Off-Broadway debut in "The Regard of Flight" (also co-wrote)
Appeared at Radio City Music Hall in "5-6-7-8 Dance"
Made Broadway debut in "Accidental Death of an Anarchist"
First primetime guest appearance on the ABC sitcom "Who's The Boss?"
Wrote, directed and acted in the Off-Off-Broadway play "The Court Room"
Acted in "Katherine Ann Porter: The Eye of Memory" (PBS)
Headlined revival of "The Regard of Flight"; performance taped and aired on PBS' "Great Performances" series
Co-created, directed and starred in the stage production "Largely New York"; received four Tony nominations for Best Play, Actor in a Play, Director and Choreographer
Co-starred in the Mike Nichols directed Off-Broadway revival of "Waiting for Godot"
Featured in the music video "Don't Worry, Be Happy" with Robin Williams and Bobby McFerrin
Played recurring character 'The Flying Man' on the CBS series "Northern Exposure"
Created (with David Sheiner) the Broadway play "Fool Moon"
Portrayed Trinculo in the New York Shakespeare Festival staging of "The Tempest" in Central Park
Directed, co-adapted and starred in production of Moliere's "Scapin" at NYC's Roundabout Theatre
Directed "A Flea in Her Ear" at the Roundabout
Revived his play "Fool Moon" on Broadway
Had featured role in "Illuminata"
Cast as Snout in Michael Hoffman's adapation of "William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Directed and starred in revival of "Texts by Beckett" at NYC's Classic Stage Company
Succeeded Bill Murray as the star of the Off-Off-Broadway play "The Guys"
Co-starred with Kathleen Turner in Edward Albee's production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Co-starred in M. Night Shyamalan's "Lady in the Water" with Bryce Dallas Howard and Paul Giamatti
Appeared as Anne Hathaway's father in "Rachel Getting Married"
Will co-star in Roundabout Theatre Company¿s upcoming Broadway production of Samuel Beckett¿s "Waiting for Godot"