During his many years in Los Angeles, Mr. Tigar appeared in hundreds of film and television roles. His credits span the distance from Barney Miller and the Lethal Weapon movies to Nurse Jackie and Boardwalk Empire. During the last few years he has returned to the stage, appearing recently off-Broadway in Treasure Island and in On Golden Pond at Rochester's Geva Theatre. He has acted extensively in regional theatres, performing Salieri in Amadeus, Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, both Victor Franz and Gregory Soloman in The Price, a world premiere at the Cleveland Play House, and he re-created his role in the off-Broadway production of Robert Clyman's Secret Order at Houston's Alley Theatre. He has performed Old Wicked Songs in Vienna, Santa Barbara, Sarasota and Lake George, won a Los Angeles Drama Critics' Circle Award, and appeared across the country in his one-man show I Must Be Mr. Boswell about the biographer of Dr. Johnson. He directed the national tour of The Gin Game with Academy Award winner Kim Hunter and is also an accomplished opera director. His translations of Brecht and Wedekind have been performed from Boston to Los Angeles.