I had an incredibly rewarding shooting this film in a cemetery in the Bronx for nine days. Yitz Brilliant wrote and directed it as his film thesis for Columbia University, and I played the lead role of Edgar. It’s a comedy with some wonderful twists and turns, and it debuted at the Palm Beach International Film Festival in April 2010, where it won the audience award for best short film. From there, it went on to win awards in Milan, Long Island and LA. You can watch it now on Vimeo. Through my career, I never really saw myself as a leading man, but as a character actor, and one of the major things that makes me really proud of The Cemetery Club is that I carried it — I was the lead and I was so believable that watching it, I don’t see myself. I just see Edgar. Not only is it a terrific script, but we had a group of fantastic actors who were absolutely wonderful to work with. Everything about it, the script, the actors — watching it, it’s something I can be proud of.