Rick first started acting in 1990 when he was cast as Tony in the long-running Off-Broadway hit Tony N' Tina's Wedding. He later made his Broadway debut in the Neil Simon comedy Proposals.
His first film role was in the 1996 short film The Dutch Master, which also starred a young Mira Sorvino. He recently appeared in Mank, directed by David Fincher.
In addition to numerous TV roles, including Friends, NCIS, and General Hospital.
Rick also does voice-over work for commercials and video games. Some of his more notable works include Civilization V, Halo 5: Guardians, Batman: Arkham Knight, The Darkness II, and Grand Theft Auto V. In 2010; he voiced Vito Scaletta, the main protagonist of Mafia II and its 2016 sequel, Mafia III.
He is the co-writer and star of the one-man touring show "Channelling The King."
“You need to believe in yourself that that’s what you want for yourself.”
Know your place on the set.
"The job of an actor is to know that you are enough.”
How being physically fit benefits you as an actor.