Idol worship: Denis O'Hare, actor.
- He won Tony and Drama Desk awards for his acclaimed performance as the manager of a gay baseball player in Take Me Out. He also won a Drama Desk for Sweet Charity, and received another Tony nomination for Assassins. Other Broadway shows he has appeared in include Cabaret and Inherit the Wind.
- His film roles have included The Anniversary Party, 21 Grams, Garden State, A Mighty Heart, Michael Clayton, Charlie Wilson's War and Baby Mama.
- On television, he played Rob Lowe's presidential election advisor on Brothers Sisters, and has guest starred on all three Law & Orders (as different characters).
- He can currently be seen on the big screen in both Changeling and Milk, wherein he plays Harvey Milk's nemesis, homophobic Senator John Briggs.
- Next up for the busy actor: no less than five feature films, plus an Off-Broadway revival of the Chekhov classic Uncle Vanya.