Scrubbers will help clean our air, but let's make sure that the toxic metals stripped out of coal-plant smokestacks don't end up in our waterToxins kept out of air ending up in water? May 03, 2009
It is something that we haven't seen that much, certainly in American cinema: a story about people in their 50s who are not caricaturesScott's World -- UPI Arts & Entertainment Jun 19, 2002
Eric Schaeffer (born January 22, 1962) is an American actor, writer and director.
Schaeffer graduated with a degree in drama and dance from Bard College, in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. After graduating, he drove a NYC cab for 9 years, during which time he wrote two stageplays, a novel, 20 screenplays and various other works.
He rose to fame with fellow actor/writer/director Donal Lardner Ward on the 1993 independent film, My Life's in Turnaround, which was made in 15 days for only $200,000. Schaeffer and Ward parlayed Turnaround's success into Too Something, a short-lived television series that was briefly renamed "New York Daze."