Summary: actor, writer and performance artist known for his acclaimed stage monologues in which he bared his soul to audiences telling them of his adventures as a young man and his struggles with alcohol and depression, whose Obie-winning monologue Swimming to Cambodia was turned into a film in 1987, and who as an actor appeared in dozens of movies like Beaches, Kate and Leopold and The Killing Fields, and on TV as a recurring character Dr. Jack Miller on the TV show The Nanny.
Cause of Death: Suicide by drowning
Born: June 5, 1941
Died: January 10, 2004
Location: New York City, New York