Although he projected both charm and talent as the young "Patrick Dennis" in the stage and film versions of "Auntie Mame," ultimately dropped out of acting completely to become a successful lawyer. Long a partner in the nationally recognized law firm of Kirkland and Ellis, he is a specialist in white collar crime, and, in October 2000, was chosen to chair the American Bar Association's National White-Collar Crime Committee. Listed several times in Who's Who in America, he lives in Los Angeles.
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