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Born: August 28, 1957 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Bethesda, Maryland, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1985:
Appeared as a regular in the series "Hometown" (CBS)
1999:
Provided the title character's voice in the UPN animated series, "Dilbert"
2003:
Starred in the short-lived ABC series, "Regular Joe"
1984:
TV acting debut in "Samson and Delilah" (ABC)
1994:
Co-starred in the sequel "City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold"
1991:
Co-starred with Billy Crystal and Jack Palance in "City Slickers"
1995:
Executive produced and starred in the film comedy "Bushwhacked"
1979:
Made film debut as the sardonic Cyril in "Breaking Away"
2009:
Played Ellen Page's father in Drew Barrymore's directorial debut, "Whip It"
2001:
Returned to series TV as executive producer, writer-creator and star of the short-lived CBS sitcom "Danny"
1997:
Starred in pilot episode of ABC's anthology series "Gun"
1988:
Supplied the naration for the coming-of-age series "The Wonder Years" (ABC)
1998:
Co-starred in "Very Bad Things," as an upright guy caught up in an accidental death
1993:
Feature directorial debut, "Rookie of the Year"
1982:
Had featured role as the record-collecting groom Shrevie in the ensemble of Barry Levinson's "Diner"
1990:
Had featured role in the blockbuster hit "Home Alone"
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Moved to NYC at age 17 and performed off-Broadway in "Frankie and Annie" and "The Old Glory" during the late 1970s
1992:
Reprised role as Joe Pesci's partner in crime in the sequel "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York"
2000:
Acted in the Los Angeles premiere of the award-winning play "Dinner With Friends"
2005:
Earned good reviews for writing and starring in the play, "Barbra's Wedding"
1980:
First appearance in a Woody Allen film, "Stardust Memories"
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Formed Chesapeake Entertainment
1986:
Had small role in Woody Allen's "Hannah and Her Sisters"
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Made stage debut in the Shakespeare Festival production of "As You Like It" in Washington, DC
1989:
Made TV directorial debut with "The Wonder Years" episode, "Pottery Will Get You Nowhere"

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