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1959
1961
Studied acting with Lee Strasberg, Paula Strasberg, Peggy Feury. Also studied dance with Sevilla Fort, and singing, fencing, Tai Chi and related arts
1961
 
Assistant Stage Manager for New York City Center
1962
 
Professional acting debut in Five Evenings, off-Broadway production directed by Terri Hayden, with Simon Oakland, Frances Heflin, and Maria Tucci. Played leading role

Assistant Director to Elia Kazan in Actors' Studio workshop production of The Eumenides


Became member of The Actors' Studio
1963
 
Broadway acting debut in Actors' Studio Theater production of Marathon 33 by June Havoc. Played supporting role and replaced Timmy Everett in leading role opposite Julie Harris

Assistant Stage Manager of Marathon 33. Assistant Lighting Designer to Peter Hunt, and Stage Manager for Actors' Studio Theater production of Dynamite Tonight, starring Barbara Harris. Professional Directing debut, off -Broadway, of Megan Terry's Ex-Miss Copper Queen on a Set of Pills, at Cherry Lane Theater

1964
 
Production Stage Manager of Actors' Studio Theater production of James Baldwin's Blues for Mr. Charlie, directed by Burgess Meredith, starring Diana Sands, Rip Torn, Al Freeman Jr., Pat Hingle, and Anne Wedgeworth, on Broadway

Stage Manager of AST production of The Three Sisters directed by Lee Strasberg, starring Kim Stanley, Geraldine Page, and Shirley Knight, on Broadway

Professional debut as acting teacher. Taught in association with Lee and Paula Strasberg

1965
 
Played the sailor in Buffalo Studio Arena production of The Rose Tattoo by Tennesee Williams, directed by Milton Katselas

Played Cheri in Cheri, book by Colette, play by Anita Loos, in Actors' Studio workshop production directed by Walter Beakel, for off-Broadway

Production Stage Manager for Actors' Studio Theater at the World Theater Festival, Aldwych Theater, London, England

1966
1968
Taught acting at Columbia Pictures, Los Angeles

Acted in television and films. Also acted in theater production of A Choice of Two Wars , by Irwin Shaw, directed by Jack Garfein. Judd for the Defense, A Sweet Ride, White Noise, etc.

1969
 
Taught acting at Lee Strasberg Theater Institute. Developed improvisation course, and created first film acting program there.

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