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Born: October 18, 1962 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1997:
Co-starred with Christopher Noth, Kevin Dillon and Martin Sheen in ABC miniseries "Medusa's Child"
1976:
Stage debut at age 14 in "The Shadow Box" (Long Wharf and Broadway)
1983:
Appeared in "Rumble Fish" with Matt Dillon and Mickey Rourke
2001:
Had featured role in "Texas Rangers"
1985:
Played impressionable Boris Lafkin in "Creator", starring Peter O'Toole
1983:
First film with writer-director John Sayles, "Baby It's You"
1994:
Made TV directorial debut with "In the Groove", an episode of HBO series "Tales From the Crypt"
1991:
Portrayed Anthony Rossano in "Oscar", starring Sylvester Stallone
1989:
Reteamed with Sayles for "City of Hope", playing Tony Lo Bianco's son
2000:
Starred opposite Jordan Ladd in the Lifetime TV-movie "The Deadly Look of Love"
1997:
Starred opposite Maria Grazia Cucinotta in "A Brooklyn State of Mind" (shown at the Cannes Film Festival)
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TV debut on "Search for Tomorrow"
1981:
TV-movie debut, "Senior Trip!" (CBS)
1993:
Acted in "Alive", the second movie telling of a rugby team's surviving a plane crash in the Andes by resporting to cannibalism
1998:
Appeared in "The Unknown Cyclist"
1997:
Appeared in the ensemble cast of the NBC police drama "Prince Street"
1979:
Film debut, "The Double McGuffin"

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