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American Folklore Theatre: Comic actor gets rare chance for on-stage romance

3:33 PM, Aug. 13, 2013
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My stage career began in the fall of '82, when I was cast in the title role of the first play I auditioned for - "Sir Slob and the Princess." Ultimately rising from a lowly squire, Sir Slob wins the hand of said princess and, as a result, a lowly freshman actor got to kiss one of the cutest senior girls at Mount Horeb High School.

This was to be my one brush with onstage romance. I quickly had to face the fact that, as one of the smallest guys in school, I simply wasn't leading-man material. Character Actor was my destiny, and since then it's safe to say that my sense of humor has been the primary tool of my ...

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