|The First Ten Awards: Tony 2001||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Nominee||20017|
|Late Night With David Letterman||1993 1981 - 1993||Writer||n/a||1|
|Square One TV||1994 1986 - 1994||Writer||n/a||1|
|The Puzzle Place||1999 1994 - 1999||Writer||n/a||1|
|Walking the Dog||1990||Music||n/a||1|
|The Spy Magazine's Hit List: The 100 Most Annoying and Alarming People and Events of 1992||1993 1992 - 1993||Music||music director||1|
|The Show||1996 1995 - 1996||Theme Music||theme||1|
|Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?||1998 1991 - 1998||Theme Song||n/a||1|
|Released debut album, The Laughing Man|
|Composed the Music & Lyrics for Broadway's "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown"; earned a Tony nomination for Best Original Score|
|Released second recording, Tock|
|Made his Broadway debut as composer-lyricist for "The Full Monty"; earned a Tony nomination for Original Score|
|Produced the tribute album, A Testimonial Dinner: The Songs of XTC|
|Formed the musical trio Yazbek|
|Wrote commercial jingles|
|Composed the Music & Lyrics for "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," which opened at the Imperial Theater in New York; earned a Tony nomination for Best Original Score|
|Spent one year as a staff writer for "Late Night With David Letterman" (CBS)|
|Directed a student production of "Hair" at Brown University; show later transferred to Boston where it played for a year|
|Scored William H. Macy's "Lip Service" for HBO|
|Was a staff writer for "Square One TV" (PBS)|
|Penned the theme for the comedy series, "The Show" (Fox)|
|Scored the dramatic feature, "The Contenders"|
|Co-wrote the theme song to the Emmy award winning PBS-TV series "Where in The World Is Carmen Sandiego?" with songwriter Sean Altman|
|Provided music for Howard Korder's play, "Boy's Life"|
|From 1987 to 1989 he was the co-owner of Manhattan Recording Company and wrote many commercial jingles.|
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