This image released by Polk & Co., shows Estelle Parsons, right, and Stephen Spinella during a performance of "The Velocity of Autumn," at the Booth Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Polk & Co., Joan Marcus)
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Stephen Spinella's double life is about to get complicated, thanks to some new facial hair.That might make the folks at USA Network fret. On their show, Spinella plays a clean-shaven, fastidious auction house curator. For the role, Spinella wears a ponytail, as well as his new facial hair, to show he's a bit of a dreamer and a wanderer.Spinella recently sat down with The Associated Press to talk about his explosive new play, his hair and working with Paul Newman.AP: What's this play like?Spinella: It's hard for me right now because my mother passed away in October while I was doing this.Spinella: No. My assumption is that he knows and it's a joke.Spinella: No. I have super wavy, wavy hair and I could never get it really long because it's just so unruly.Spinella: After we finished the run, we spent eight days getting ready to shoot it for Showtime.
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