November 19, 2010  |  News  |  No Comments

Shooting Johnson Roebling DVD cover

    NOV 23rd: DVD drops!

The award-winning indie feature (that Gary has a lead in) is being released by Celebrity Video

Click here to purchase from Amazon Just in time for the holidays… Perfect stocking stuffer for $9.99 !

HKCF Moves to the Lortel!

September 8, 2010  |  News  |  No Comments

Hurricane Katria Comedy Festival w Lizan MitchellThe Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival at NYC Fringe

Awarded “Overall Excellence in Production of a Play” by FringeNYC The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival has extended its run at the Lortel. Heralded by The
New York Times
, Time Out (4 stars), NY Post (3 stars), The Huffington Post (3 1/2 stars) & Backstage (Critics Pick).
now at The Lucille Lortel Theatre at 121 Christopher St
Subway: 1 to Christopher St or A,B,C,D,E,F to West 4th St
New Chances to see this funny, touching, inspiring new play!
Now through 9/19

Tickets $15/advance; $18/door
The New York Times review
Video Review from AndrewAndrew of TIME OUT NY

The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival

July 21, 2010  |  News  |  No Comments

The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival at NYC FringeGary will appear in a new play by Rob Florence at the NY Intl Fringe Festival.
The Hurricane Katrina Comedy Festival. directed Dann Fink. “The heartbreak. The humanity. The humor.”
In the real words of five true, humorous & inspiring journeys – a new play about how Katrina brought out the true spirit and humor of the people of New Orleans.
at The SoHo Playhouse
15 Vandam Street (6th Avenue & Varick Street)
Subway: C or E to Spring (walk north on 6th, left on Vandam) or
take 1 to Houston St (walk south on Varick, right on Vandam)
Click on the date to purchase tickets
Friday 8/13 @ 9:15 pm, Sunday 8/15 @ 5:00 pm,
Wed 8/18 @ 9:45 pm, Wed 8/25 @ 3 pm and
Sun 8/29 @ 4:15 pm Also 6th Anniversary of Katrina -Benefit for Hands On New Orleans
Tickets $15/advance; $18/door
Fringe central at

Patient HM – Revived

June 14, 2010  |  News  |  No Comments

The production of Memory River that Gary appeared in last year with Emerging Artists Theatre – has been picked up for a run in San Diego! Now called by it’s original title Patient HM.
Details to follow…

L&O SVU replayed

May 12, 2010  |  News  |  No Comments

Law & Order: SVU – episode Underbelly will air this week on USA.

Accidental Husband on DVD

November 10, 2009  |  News  |  No Comments

Accidental Husband Falling PosterThe Accidental Husband
DVD will be released November 10th staring
Uma Thurman,
Colin Firth
Jeffrey Dean Morgan (and featuring Gary as the City Hall Clerk who tells Uma she has an “accidental husband”).

Now queuable at NetFlix and Blockbuster.

Manic Attack wins Webby Award

November 1, 2009  |  News  |  No Comments

Reginald Walking on the Beach“The 2009 Webby Awards named as an honoree in the humor category along-side the likes of Funny or Die, My Damn Channel, and The Soup.”

Gary plays the speed walking coach in SPEED CREEPER a featured series of

Luna Reading

October 18, 2009  |  News  |  No Comments

World Trade Center modelGary appears with Luna Stages in NJ for a reading of Matt Schatz’s exciting new play “The Tallest Building in the World.” The story of the architect, building manger & engineer of the original World Trade Center. The reading took place around the corner from an iron factory that happened to be building a model unit of the new World Trade Center.

One Life to Live

June 1, 2009  |  News  |  No Comments

Gary will appear this June on ABC’s One Life to Live – causing trouble for Rex and Stacy as maitre d’ Edward Rooney.

Memory River – World Premiere

March 1, 2009  |  News  |  No Comments

directed by Troy Miller
presented by Emerging Artists Theatre

Feb 25 – Mar 8
TADA Theatre 15 W 28th St (Bway/5th)
Based on a landmark medical case – this world premiere of Memory River tells the story of Patient HM and explores memory, identity and the ethics of medical science. Without your memory, who are you?

For over 5 decades, Patient HM “was recognized as the most important patient in the history of brain science.” –NY Times.