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||March 30, 1957
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Began performing stand up comedy during his summers in New York at age 20.
Appeared in his TV debut in the pilot for a series based on "Diner," in which he reprised his role from the film.
Made his TV-movie debut with "Sunset Limousine."
Starred in dramatic TV-movie "The Tower."
Played a divorced man coping with raising his daughter and dating in the film comedy "Bye, Bye Love."
Signed development deal with Columbia TriStar Television.
Had supporting role in the Rob Reiner-directed feature "The Story of Us."
Starred in the Showtime movie "Strange Relations."
Wrote and starred in "The Thing About My Folks," which is based loosely on his life.