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Also Known As: Died:
Born: July 12, 1948 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Kermit, Texas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Began career doing stand-up comedy in the French Quarter of his native New Orleans
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Worked as sports anouncer and disc jockey for a Charlotte NC radio station for three years
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Hired by RKO-FM in New York City; also did stand-up at the Improv and worked off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway
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TV series debut as regular Remo Davinci, "Mork and Mindy"
1984:
First TV miniseries, "Master of the Game"
1984:
Feature film debut, "C.H.U.D."
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Played recurring character Eddie LeBec, ex-husband of Carla, for three seasons on the hit NBC sitcom, "Cheers"
1988:
TV-movie debut, "Justin Case"
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Played recurring role of Jerry Gold on CBS TV sitcom, "Murphy Brown", marking first collaboration with producer-writer Diane English
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Starred in leading role of Jack Stein on the CBS sitcom, "Love & War", which reteamed him with the Diane English-Joel Shukovsky team
1995:
Co-starred in "Mr. Holland's Opus"
1996:
Filmed first leading role, "Dirty Laundry" (released in 1998)
1999:
Co-starred in "Katie Joplin", a short-lived The WB sitcom aired during the summer

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