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He also told us that they had their first read-through on Saturday!
The plot of this crazy play goes something like this: Dean, Lee and Chris (playing themselves) are discussing their favorite actors. The plot revenge is this: They will get a horses head and put it in Chris bed without his knowing. He points out that he and Chris are best friends and he wouldnt want to do that to him, etc.
Then Dean points out that Chris has been dating Lees recent ex-squeeze, Julianna Margulies (in the "universe" of the play). He kept making this grand gestures and using his voice (and that gorgeous British accent) to make things sound more dramatic than they actually were. Terry meanwhile kept uttering these hilarious lines, none of which I remember now, but whenever he uttered one, he would remark, "I didnt write that." Or he would make a writing gesture and shake his head. So back to the plot - Lee is shocked and hurt that Chris could do this to him break the unspoken code that guys dont date their best friends exes. Dean and Lee and Terry try to figure out where to get a horses head. Then, he goes to a toy store, but there are no stuffed horses.
Julianna was supposed to be in the cast, but when the date was changed she couldnt do it. Kristin Rohdes (Claire Howell on "Oz") makes an appearance as the toy store clerk, and there was an inside joke where she cajoles Dean into a quickie in the bathroom. Finally, Dean recalls seeing a horses head on the wall of Zeljko Ivaneks house, so he heads over. He lets Dean take the moose head if he promises to bring it back in pristine condition. He gives Mortimer a kiss good-bye, which elicits "awwwws" from the audience.
A graduate of Manhattan's American Musical and Dramatic Academy, this Connecticut native acted on the NYC stage and waited tables in the city in the late 1980s, where and when he was spotted by writer-producer Tom Fontana.
It's popular all over the place and definitely in the gay community.While dining at a restaurant on the day after arriving in Los Angeles, California, a casting director and friend of Fontana's asked Lee if he was an actor. The movie ended up being Point Break, starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze."He told me there was a part in this movie and at that time, I couldn't imagine what it could be," Tergesen told the L. "It was the beginning of me never having to do anything else but act", he told in 1990.He graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA)'s two-year program in Manhattan, where, from 1986 to 1989, he worked at the Empire Diner. I was funny, but I gave a lot of attitude", he told Rosie Magazine in March 2002. In 1989, the diner was where he met Tom Fontana, the future creator of Oz, who lived around the corner from the diner. "I was doing plays all the time, but there's no money in it", Tergesen said in a 1995 Los Angeles Times article."After graduation, I thought I'd be making a living at it." He went to Los Angeles to help Tom Fontana move house.