I’ve been an actor for about forty years and a writer for half as many. I have worked in theater, TV and movies - in New York, California and many points in between. I’m married to the actress Jill Eikenberry – thirty-eight years this June – and we now divide our time between New York and Italy, where we have a house nestled among the olive trees in Umbria. I’ve written three books, all of which have food and drink prominently involved. The first is “I Never Forget a Meal” which explains itself; “Living In a Foreign Language” about our house in Italy; and “Family Meals”, a book about how our family turned into Italians around the crisis of Jill’s mother’s decline into dementia. There’s a lot of food in that one, too.
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