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Born: March 17, 1961 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1984:
Had recurring role on the NBC medical drama "St. Elsewhere"
1988:
Portrayed a cowboy in "Young Guns", directed by Christopher Cain
1989:
Reprised role of 3-D in "Back to the Future II"
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Worked with Ref-Ren Theatre (Polish community troupe) and in various Chicago bands
1985:
Appeared in "The Mission" episode of "Amazing Stories" (NBC)
1986:
Co-starred as Jerry O'Connell's older brother in "Stand By Me"
2000:
Featured in "The Crew" playing a young version of the character played by Richard Dreyfus
1985:
Had featured role of 3-D in "Back to the Future"
1994:
Made guest appearance as Joey Stivic on the premiere of the short-lived sitcom "704 Hauser Street" (CBS); the character was the grown-up grandson of the house's previous owner, Archie Bunker
1989:
Played a buglar teamed with an older pro (Burt Reynolds) in "Breaking In"
1984:
TV-movie debut in "Hard Knox" (NBC)
1987:
Cast as doomed high school student in "Three O'Clock High"
1983:
Film acting debut, "Class"
:
First professional performance, as extra in Stuttgart Ballet production of "The Taming of the Shrew"
1966:
Performing debut at age 5 with The Kosciuszko Dancers, a folk-dance group headed by his father (date approximate)
1992:
Played Curley in screen remake of "Of Mice and Men"
1997:
Co-starred in "Hallmark Hall of Fame" production "Rose Hill" (CBS), directed by Christopher Cain
1996:
Played a homicide detective in "Mistrial" (HBO)
1991:
Starred as a bank robber in the based-on-fact NBC TV-movie "The Chase"

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