Has a son Tavish (born May, 1977), the product of his first marriage; second wife Susanna Styron bore him a daughter Emma in August 1988.
As artistic director of Culture Project, an NYC-based performing arts group, he devised "Drive All Night", a rock opera using the songs of Bruce Springsteen.
Typically playing troubled youths in his career, Darrell was still a student at UCLA when he made his acting debut as a young patient with a venereal disease on the Robert Young TV series drama series "Marcus Welby, M.D.".
Slender, genial, freckled, carrot-topped California theater actor who was a familiar face on TV and in films from the early 1970s on.
He made guest appearances on both of the longest running prime time dramas in US television history: Gunsmoke (1955) and Law & Order (1990).
Teaches classes on acting at Columbia University film school. [April 2004]
1968 graduate of Norte Del Rio High School, Sacramento, CA.