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|Born:||August 19, 1963||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Cypress, California, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Began playing drums at age four
Landed first professional role as Blackie Parrish on the ABC daytime drama, "General Hospital"; received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 1984
Starred in own short-lived CBS TV series, "Dreams," about an aspiring rock musician
Toured with rock band John Stamos and the Bad Boyz
TV-movie debut, "Alice in Wonderland" (CBS)
Began playing drums on tour with The Beach Boys
Co-starred as Jack Klugman's restless teenage son in the NBC sitcom, "You Again?"
Film debut, "Never Too Young to Die"
Featured as Uncle Jesse Katsopolis on the ABC sitcom, "Full House"; occasionally contributed music to the show
Played with The Beach Boys in the music video for their hit "Kokomo"
Returned to the big screen as star of the independent period drama "Born to Ride"
Starred as kidnapper Robert Knott in the ABC movie "Captive"
Played a successful businessman accused of murdering his wife in the USA Network TV-movie thriller "The Disappearance of Christina"
Starred as a serial killer who takes an unwitting bride in the CBS TV-movie "Fatal Vows: The Alexandra O'Hara Story"
Made Broadway debut in revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying", replacing Matthew Broderick in the role of J Pierpont Finch
Had a cameo in the Howard Stern comedy feature "Private Parts"
Played a single lawyer whose terminally ill mother fixes him up with a nurse in the CBS TV-movie "A Match Made in Heaven"
Signed agreement to direct a TV-movie for Fox Family Channel
Had co-starring role as a film editor of porno movies in the independent black comedy "Dropping Out"
Executive produced the Emmy-nominated ABC biopic "The Beach Boys: An American Family"
Headlined the dramatic pilot "Fortunate Son" for NBC
Signed a one year holding/development deal with Warner Bros. Television in July
Returned to series TV as star of the ABC fall drama "Thieves"; show canceled after eight episodes
Received positive reviews for his performance in "Cabaret" on Broadway
Starred as a slick New York publicist in the ABC comedy "Jake in Progress"
Cast for a two-episode guest stint on the NBC series, "ER" playing a veteran of the 1991 Gulf War who works as a paramedic and is also attending medical school
Signed on as a series regular to join the cast of NBC's hit medical drama, "ER"
Co-starred opposite Eric Dane in the A&E Original Movie "Wedding Wars"
Cast in the made-for-TV adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry's play "A Raisin in the Sun"
Co-starred opposite Anson Mount in the Lifetime Network movie "The Two Mr. Kissels"
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