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Born: September 21, 1962 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New Rochelle, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1979:
Moved to New York City to study acting at age 17
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Made stage debut in the early 1980s in the gay-themed off-Broadway musical "Ragged Dick"
1983:
Worked as Michael Bennett's assistant for the Los Angeles stage production of "Dreamgirls"
1985:
Made film debut in the teen sex comedy "Private Resort"; played a lead role alongside Johnny Depp
1986:
Co-founded the theater group Naked Angels
1987:
Early TV appearances, had small guest spots on the sitcom, "Everything's Relative" (CBS) and the detective series, "Spenser: For Hire" (ABC)
1988:
Made debut as a series regular on the short-lived NBC series "Tattingers"
1990:
Turned down chance at a role in proposed CBS series, "The Antagonists" to appear in the play "The Substance of Fire"
1990:
Played the lead role of Dr. Joel Fleischman on the CBS series "Northern Exposure"
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Directed a 20-minute film he wrote about a child reacting to his divorced mother's new relationship, "The Silent Alarm"; premiered at the Seattle Film Festival; released theatrically in 1993
1994:
Returned to feature-length films after nine years to co-star in "Quiz Show"
1996:
Had featured role in "Last Dance"; love interest played by Jayne Brook
1996:
Cast as Albert Brooks' successful brother in the comedy "Mother"
1997:
Starred in short-lived London stage production of "Birdy"
1998:
Returned to TV to play John Wilkes Booth in "The Day Lincoln Was Shot" (TNT)
1998:
Reunited onscreen with Jayne Brook (this time as his wife) in "Into My Heart"; released theatrically in 2000
2000:
Starred in the Showtime fact-based drama "The Thin Blue Lie"
2001:
Feature film directorial debut, "Maze" (filmed in 1999); also had lead role as a painter with Tourette Syndrome
2002:
Returned to series TV as co-star of the Showtime drama "Street Time"
2002:
Cast in the drama feature "The Emperor's Club"
2003:
Directed an episode of the CBS drama "Joan of Arcadia"
2005:
Played an FBI agent who recruits his brother, a mathematician, to help the FBI solve crimes in "Numbers" (CBS); also directed episodes
2005:
Co-starred in Henry Jaglom's "Going Shopping" with Victoria Foyt, Lee Grant and Bruce Davison
2007:
Played Jack Nicholson's doctor, Dr. Hollins, in "The Bucket List"
2010:
Joined Maura Tierney for the ABC legal drama "The Whole Truth"

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