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Michael Rapaport

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Born: March 20, 1970 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Was kicked out of seven schools in NYC
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Moved to Los Angeles
1989:
Performed standup comedy at The Improv on Melrose Avenue in L.A. for two-and-a-half years (date approximate)
1990:
TV acting debut, a guest shot on "China Beach"
1992:
Feature debut, starred in "Zebrahead"
1992:
Cast as a recurring character on the short-lived critically acclaimed comedy-drama series "Middle Ages"
1993:
Had featured role in "True Romance"
1996:
Cast a boxer in Woody Allen's "Mighty Aphrodite"
1998:
Starred in Nick Gomez's "illtown"
1998:
Co-wrote and co-produced the short film "Trouble Spot", about baldness; directed and co-written with actor Paul Schulze
1999:
Guest-starred on several episodes of "Friends," (NBC) as Phoebe's (Lisa Kudrow) police officer boyfriend, Gary
2000:
Co-starred in Woody Allen's "Small Time Crooks"
2000:
Portrayed a TV executive in Spike Lee's black comedy "Bamboozled"
2001:
Joined the cast of "Boston Public" (Fox) as an idealistic teacher with unorthodox methods of instruction
2005:
Cast in the Fox sitcom "The War at Home," playing an <i>average Joe</i> type dealing with the everyday challenges of family life
2007:
Co-starred in Gregg Kavet and Andy Robin's crime comedy "Live Free or Die"
2007:
Joined the cast of NBC's "My Name Is Earl" in a recurring role

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