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Also Known As: Died:
Born: December 14, 1947 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Buffalo, New York, USA Profession: actor, educator, playwright

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 Don Juan de Marco (1994) Baba The Eunuch
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 Dark Half, The (1993) Rick Cowley
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 Boomerang (1992) Salesman
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 Miss Rose White (1992) Henry
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 Quiet Killer (1992) Kaprow
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 With Murder in Mind (1992) Captain Bob Browning
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1967:
Served in the US Army
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Had early stage credits in "The Trial of the Catonsville Nine" and "Romeo and Juliet" at the Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo
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Was a drama coach at the Studio Arena Theater of Buffalo and an instructor at Teacher's College
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Starred in "The Magic Show" at the Cort Theatre
1979:
Starred with Shirley Knight and Jane Alexander in the Manhattan Theatre Club presentation of John Hopkins' "Losing Time"
1982:
Had a supporting role as a stage manager in the modern comedy classic "Tootsie"
1983:
Played a police officer in the hit comedy "Trading Places"
1984:
Guested on "Miami Vice" (NBC)
1989:
Nominated for a "Unique Theatrical Experience" Drama Desk Award for "Saved from Obscurity"
1990:
Acted in the popular legal drama feature "Presumed Innocent"
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His play "Subfertile" was produced in the 1990-1991 season at Playwrights Horizons
1991:
Guested on "Law & Order" (NBC)
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Had a recurring role on the ABC daytime drama "One Life to Live", playing General Gazi
1992:
Acted in an episode of "LA Law"
1992:
Played a diamond merchant accused of money laundering and murder in an episode of "Law & Order"
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Played King Kaiser in the Broadway musical production of "My Favorite Year"
1993:
Had a supporting role in the thriller "The Dark Half"
1995:
Featured in "Don Juan De Marco"
1997:
Returned to "One Life to Live", this time playing the unrelated character Mr. Easke
1998:
Had a regular role on the HBO prison-set drama "Oz", playing Agamemnon Busmalis, nicknamed The Mole for his tunnel-digging talent
1999:
Starred as a barber in the festival-screened short "Razor's Edge"
1999:
Played Baptista Minola in "The Taming of the Shrew", produced at Central Park's Delacourt Theater
2000:
Guested on an episode of "Law & Order" that featured "Oz" co-stars Christopher Meloni and J K Simmons
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Notes

"It's ironic. We all hate each other on the show, but we all love each other in real life." -- Mardirosian on "Oz", quoted in The Boston Phoenix, July 8-15, 1999.

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wife:
Frederica Meister. Actress. Married August 26, 1984.

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father:
Matthew Mardirosian.
mother:
Afro Mardirosian.
daughter:
Anna Victoria Mardirosian.
daughter:
Sally Lucile Mardirosian.
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