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The little guy you see above is voiced by me. He's the only cartoon character I've ever done, so naturally I'm very proud of him. So much so, that I decided a few years ago to create this website. Up to the present day, he's probably the best known character I've ever done, and there are three pages of pictures of him on this site for fans of the film.
Doing the voice work for Baby Herman was a long time ago now, and thankfully my career hasn't been limited to just that. All my other work in television and films is in vision. Except for one job where I spent ten months inside a mask playing an alien, which was nothing short of horrible, and another where I did voice work and puppetry, which was fun. So all in all, I've had a pretty interesting career so far. Being an American working in London has had it's advantages. It's offered me a variety of stage and screen roles, ranging from We'll Meet Again for London Weekend Television, to Angels in America at the Royal National Theatre, to John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, which I did countless performances of with my good friend Clive Mantle at the Mermaid Theatre in London, and on tour around England and Scotland. Doing that play is, to this day, one of my most cherished memories, and always will be. My film work also includes a wide variety. From Superman III, to a very obscure film called The American Way, starring Dennis Hopper, to Haunted Honeymoon, directed by and starring Gene Wilder, and not forgetting (how could I), my voice work in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Plus a whole bunch of other television and stage credits that I will list on my Biography page. If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you will also see a skeleton. This page contains a couple of photos from things I wish I'd never done, which thankfully have been few and far between.
I'm trying to get as many photos as I can of all the work I've done, and some personal photos as well. The site will be constantly evolving as I find more pictures. On the site you'll find some really old ones from my University of Miami and drama school days, including some old photos of myself and Marina Sirtis, who plays Deanna Troi in Star Trek TNG. We were at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London together. It was a while ago, and if you ever see this site Marina, I apologize in advance. I'm also dabbling into video editing, and with any luck I might get some film clips on the site too.
I am, at present, a regular character in a BBC1 sit-com called My Hero. It stars Ardal O'Hanlon and Emily Joyce, and now in series six James Dreyfus. I play Thermoman's cousin Arnie. The series was created by Paul Mendelson who wrote May To December, along with other successful sit-coms. Featured in the first season of the show was a good friend and very talented actress, Trés Hanley. It was her suggestion that I have my own site. Many thanks to her for sharing her ideas on creating it. You can find out more about her at www.treshanley.com.
Before you move onto the rest my pages, I would like to say a very personal, but public thank you to two very special women. Meg Poole, and Lynda Ronan at The Richard Stone Partnership. They have been my agents for twenty years, and there really are no words to express my gratitude for all the love and guidance they have given me. Thank you both, from the bottom of my heart. Also a big thank you to Rebecca Singer and Helen Connor. I wouldn't want you to think I'd forgotten all you do for me as well.
All of the photos on the site are in thumbnail form. You can enlarge the images by clicking on a particular one. Some of the pages may take time to load, so please be patient.
If you feel the urge to ask a question, or comment on the site, send me an email, which you can find a link to on each page. Or sign the guestbook, which is a new feature. If not, just enjoy the tour, and thanks for visiting.