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Joe Spano

Joe Spano



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Also Known As: Joseph Peter Spano,Joseph Spano Died:
Born: July 7, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cast ... actor


The often soft-spoken, slightly built Joe Spano came into the public eye after more than a decade as a stage player in the San Francisco Bay Area when he was cast as Det. Henry Goldblume on the acclaimed NBC police drama "Hill Street Blues." The detective eventually romanced the ex-wife of his boss (Daniel J Travanti), who was played by Barbara Bosson, the wife of "Blues" executive producer Steve Bochco. Spano was back with Bochco starting in 1995 as Ray Velachek, a private investigator working for Teddy Hoffman (Daniel Benzali) on the low-rated, but highly regarded ABC series "Murder One."

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