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||July 31, 1969
||Cause of Death:
||Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Raised in New York and Los Angeles
Played the keyboards since the age of six and started composing at age 10
Moved to New York to pursue acting career at age 17
Film debut, "Plain Clothes"
Stage debut Off-Broadway in the Circle Repertory Company's world premiere production of Paul Zindel's "Amulets Against the Dragon Forces"
Starred as lead in Lyle Kessler's play "Robbers" at the Seattle Repertory Company
Starred Off-Broadway in John Patrick Shanley's "Beggars in the House of Plenty"
Had title role in Robert Benton's feature "Billy Bathgate"
Had key role in "Arthur Miller's The American Clock" (TNT)
Played husband of alleged white female victim in "Rosewood"; also appeared in "Gattaca"
Had title role in "Mumford"