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  • TV commercial for Hilshire Farm Smoked Sausage (2000)
  • TV commercial for Michelob beer (1979)
  • (1996) Hosted Chariots of the Gods? The Mysteries Continue (1996): The Mysteries Continue" (9/96).
  • Print advertising for Mitre 10 (hardware store) in Australia
  • Also is TV Spokesperson for Orchard Supply Hardware.
  • TV commercial for Wahl's hair clippers and trimmers (1998)
  • TV commercial for Internet Tool Box (1999)
  • Infomercial for the Internet Tool Box (1999)
  • (1999) Appeared in the music video, for "Someday", by The Strokes.
  • TV commercial / infomercial for Little Giant ladder systems (2004/2005)
  • Print ads for the Litte Giant Ladder System of adjustable work ladder. (2005)
  • (1999) Hosted "Richard Karn Stardays"; A celebrity golf Tournament, softball game (with Casey Sander), Dinner and silent auction, benefiting cancer research in Seattle, Washington (mid- to late-90s).
  • Infomercial for Kodak ESP 7 All-in-One Printer (2008)
  • (2006) Doing TV infomercials for "Little Giant Ladder Systems" with Robin Hartl.
  • (2008) Host of an infomercial for Kodak's All-in-One Printer. Also appearing are Sandi Genovese and Judge Cristina Perez.
  • (2010) Co-host, with Jane Morse, of an infomercial for the "EdenPURE" infrared heater. Also appearing is Bob Vila.
  • (2012-13) Print ads for the EdenPure Infrared Portable Heater.
  • (2013) TV commercial for the "Pocket Hose Ultra".
  • (October 27 to November 19, 1988) He played Rick Steadman in Larry Shue's play, "The Nerd," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with William McNulty (Willum Cubbert); Emily Heebner (Tansy McGinnis); Bob Morrisey (Axel Hammond); Frederic Major (Warnock Waldgrave); Tracey Ellis (Clelia Waldgrave) and Brian Bullard (Thor Waldgrave) in the cast. Ray Fry was director.
  • (January 5 to 28, 1989) He played Duane Wilson in Mary Chase's play, "Harvey," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Tracey Ellis (Myrtle Mae Simmons); Adale O'Brien (Veta Louise Simmons); Ray Fry (Elwood P. Dowd); Mary Anne Rickert (Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet); Barbara Gulan (Ruth Kelly, R.N.); Bob Morrisey (Lyman Sanderson, M.D.); William McNulty (William R. Chumley, M.D.); Sally Noble Hager (Betty Chumley); Andy Backer (Judge Omar Gaffney) and Bob Burrus (E.J. Lofgren) in the cast. Frazier W. Marsh was director.
  • (2017) TV commercial for 50 Floor flooring company.
  • (April 5, 2012 to June 17, 2012) He played Vice Principal Douglas Panch in the musical, "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Damron Russel Armstrong (Mitch Mahoney); Shea Coffman (Chip Tolentino); Rob Colletti (William Barfee); Sean Cordes (Leaf Coneybear); Katie Kalahurke (Logainne Schwartzandgrubennierre); Megan Long ( Olive Ostrovsky); Tina Maddigan (Rona Lisa Peretti) and Mandy Morris (Marey Park) in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Joe R. Fox III was producer and also director. Rachel Sheinkin wrote the book. William Finn was composer and lyricist. Rebecca Feldman was developer. Jay Reiss was additional writer. Randy B, Winder was lighting designer and assistant director. Paul Joseph Barnett was scenic designer. Mary Traylor was costume designer. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Paul Joseph Barnett was properties designer. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Keith Reece was swing stage manager. Ryan K. Klein was company manager. Claire Simon and DeeDee Bradley were casting directors. James Misenheimer was technical director. Eddie Ocheskey was resident technician. Richey F. Clark was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. Melissa Legg was swing technician. Charles Moore was scenic artist. Ray Robins was changeover technician. Daniel Doss was music director and keyboardist. Andy Parkhurst was music stage designer. Pamela Todd was production assistant. Sascha Groschang was cellist. Michalis Koutsoupides was keyboardist. Jay Miller was percussionist. Keel Williams was woodwinds player.
  • (November 5, 2014 to January 18, 2015) He played Eddie Lawrence in Paul Porter's play, "Shear Madness," at the New Theatre Restaurant with Cathy Barnett (Barbara DeMarco); Craig Benton (Detective Mike Thomas); Dodie Brown (Mrs. Shubert); Jim Korinke (Inspector Nick O'Brien); Ron Megee (Tony Whitcomb) and Tudi Roche (Barbara DeMarco December 9 to 28) in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Joe R. Fox III was producer. Bruce Jordan was director. Randy B, Winder was lighting designer. Keith Brumley was scenic designer. Jim Misenheimer was associate technical director. Mary Traylor was costume designer. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Keith Reece was swing stage manager. Ryan K. Klein was company manager. Deedee Bradley was casting director. Veronica Weesner was properties coordinator. Duane Hoberg was technical director. Richey F. Clark was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. Melissa Legg was resident technician. Charles Moore was scenic artist. Ray Robins was changeover technician.

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