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He also performed in the workshop production of what was then known as Sondheim's Wise Guys, later versions of which were titled Bounce and, finally, Road Show.He sang the role of Paris Singer; this character's songs and function in the play were transferred to the character Hollis Bessamer in the final version of the play.
He also was part of the Texas Shakespeare Festival the summer of 1995.Jennifer Carpenter played his adoptive sister, Debra Morgan.The series premiered on October 1, 2006 and ended its run in 2013.In addition, he shared in the Screen Actors Guild nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series all of five years that the show was in production, winning the award in 20.Hall starred in and co-produced the Showtime television series Dexter, in which he played a psychopathic blood spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department who moonlights as a serial killer / vigilante.For his work on Dexter, Hall was nominated for five more Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, in 2008, 2009, 2010, 20.
The show itself was also nominated for 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 Emmy citations, in the Drama Series category.
He has said of this: "There was a very one-on-one, immediate family relationship, my mom and I." His father died of prostate cancer in 1982, at the age of 39, when Hall was 11 years old. As you revisit it for the rest of your life, it's sort of this slow but hopefully sure crawling—out of that frozen moment." Early in life Hall discovered acting and performed in What Love Is while in second grade at Ravenscroft School.
In a 2004 interview, Hall stated: "Certainly, for a young boy, there's no good age, but I think I was on the cusp of a time in my life where I was starting to reach puberty, to relate to my father. When he was in fifth grade, he began singing in a boy's choir, then in high school musicals, performing in standards such as The Sound of Music, Oklahoma! He continued acting during his time at Earlham College, where he starred in such productions as Cabaret.
In 2003, Hall toured as Billy Flynn in the musical Chicago.
In 2005, he returned to Off-Broadway theater in the premiere of Noah Haidle's Mr.
Mendes suggested Hall for the role of closeted David Fisher, when Alan Ball began casting the TV drama Six Feet Under.