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Born: May 15, 1952 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2003:
Cast in the feature "Poolhall Junkies"
1989:
Feature acting debut, "An Even Break"
1993:
First film in a lead role, also screenwriting debut, "A Bronx Tale"
1995:
First romantic lead, "The Perez Family"
2001:
Headlined the TNT original drama "Boss of Bosses", playing real-life mobster Paul Castellano
1986:
Moved to L.A.
1989:
TV-movie debut, "Peter Gunn"
1997:
Underwent surgery to remove cancerous tumor from his neck
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Worked in Off-Broadway productions
1998:
Appeared in the ensemble drama "Hurlyburly"
2005:
Cast opposite Ving Rhames in the USA series "Kojack" a remake of the original 70's series, which starred Telly Savalas
2005:
Played a mob boss opposite Usher in Ron Underwood's crime drama "In The Mix"
1999:
Starred as a zealous prosecutor in the HBO original movie "Excellent Cadavers"
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After high school worked as a nightclub singer
2006:
Co-wrote the screenplay for "10th and Wolf," which is based on the real life events of Joseph Pistone aka Donnie Brasco
1988:
First production of "A Bronx Tale", a one-man show that ran at the West Coast Ensemble theater; produced by Peter Gatien
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Made directorial debut with "Oooph!" (lensed 2001) for Showtime
1986:
TV acting debut in an episode of "Hill Street Blues"
1988:
Wrote first stage version of "A Bronx Tale"
1999:
Directed an episode of HBO's "Oz"
1989:
Moved the show to New York, where it ran for four months at Playhouse 91
2006:
Played a detective in Wayne Kramer's "Running Scared"
1999:
Supported Billy Crystal and Robert De Niro in "Analyze This"
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Worked as a doorman at the New York nightclub, The Limelight; met his future producer Peter Gatien, owner of The Limelight in the mid-1980s

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