Howard's additional film work includes Birth, with Nicole Kidman; Dandelion, opposite Mare Winningham; A Map of the World, starring Sigourney Weaver and Julianne Moore; Johns; Wilder Napalm, with Dennis Quaid; and Men Don't Leave, opposite Jessica Lange.
On the small screen, Howard had a recurring role on the series Medium. He first gained attention with his role in ABC's acclaimed 1983 telefilm The Day After, about the aftermath of a nuclear disaster. He later won a Cable ACE Award for his performance in the HBO movie Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture. Howard's other television credits include such longform projects as Hands of a Stranger, I Know My First Name is Steven, Beyond the Call, The Man Who Captured Eichmann, Old Man, You Know My Name and The Song of the Lark.
Howard recently appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning play Joe Turner's Come and Gone. His extensive theatre credits also include the Signature Theatre Company's productions of The Late Henry Moss and Killer's Head; In the Jungle of Cities, How I Learned To Drive and Ivanov, for the American Repertory Theater; The Monogamist, at Playwrights Horizons; The Geography of Luck, at the LA Theater Center; Lie of the Mind, at the Mark Taper Forum; A Number, at New York Theatre Workshop; and Fool For Love, at the Alley Theater.
Behind the camera, Howard has directed the feature Big Bad Love and the Lifetime cable movie Dawn Anna, as well as episodes of Medium.
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