(April 16 to May 29, 1982) He acted in John Patrick's play, "The Hasty Heart," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Gregory Harrison, Lisa Eichhorn and Edward Edwards in the cast. Martin Speer was director. A. Clark Duncan was set designer.
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I'd like those people who have, in my mind, the intellectual - the faux intellectual - audacity to question them (the rig workers), I would love to put them there. If I could play God I'd love to say to them, here, trade places. You go through what you have to go through to survive - and now I'm going to criticize you. And then I'd just say, "Man, do you kind of feel differently about it now?"
Said in his audio commentary for Big Trouble in Little China
(1986) that the test audiences reacted so well to the film that he thought for sure that he and director friend John Carpenter
had a box office hit on their hands. However, the studio put so little effort into advertising the film that it ultimately didn't do as well at the box office but became a cult favorite instead.
Often performs many of his stunts himself