Acted in the American premiere of a long-unproduced play by Czech allegorist Karel Capek
(the author of "R.U.R.," "The Insect Comedy" and "War With the Newts") titled "The White Plague," at Northlight Theatre, then in Evanston, IL. Gwen Arner
directed. Also in the cast: John Gegenhuber
, Tracy Maria Grant, Brent Hendon, Gary
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[on the difference between playing Spike in _"Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997)_ and playing Brainiac in Smallville
(2001):] One important thing is that Brainiac is always smiling. He's so good at what he does, he's enjoying himself... He's a very intelligent character. Spike was not stupid, but I don't think his hallmark quality was vast reserves of intelligence - charm, good hair, maybe, but not ...
He says Spike is the best role he's ever had because he's been able to play so many different sides of him.