Michael Tucker is an actor and a writer most recently seen on stage in Evening at the Talk House by Wallace Shawn at the New Group and The M Spot, a play of his own devising, at the New Jersey Repertory Company. Before that he danced and sang in Enter Laughing at the York Theater. Most of his other stage work was in the last century – on, off and off-off Broadway, Lincoln Center, The Delacorte, MTC, Roundabout, etc. TV and film: “LA Law” for eight years; films by Woody Allen, Barry Levinson, and many others. He has written three memoirs, a novel and three plays, including Fern Hill, which debuted at the New Jersey Repertory Company and then played at 59 E. 59th St Theater.