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Also Known As: Died: January 19, 2017
Born: February 7, 1955 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Santa Monica, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1975:
Acting and TV debut, as a drummer on "Sunshine"
1992:
Cast as a regular on David Lynch's short-lived period sitcom, "On the Air"
2001:
Cast as the title character's boss, a medical examiner, on the NBC serie "Crossing Jordan"
2004:
Cast in John Sayles' political satire "Silver City" which starred Chris Cooper, Kris Kristofferson, Daryl Hannah and Richard Dreyfuss
2000:
Offered a memorable turn as a drug informant in the acclaimed film "Traffic"
1990:
Recurring role as Albert Rosenfield, the irritable FBI pathologist, on David Lynch's TV series, "Twin Peaks"
1990:
Starred as Beau Jack Bowman on the CBS cop drama, "Broken Badges"
2005:
Cast opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Eugene Levy in the comedy "The Man"
1998:
Co-starred in the NBC midseason replacement sitcom "Lateline"
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Participated in recording sessions
1987:
Breakthrough feature supporting role, "Robocop"
1983:
Feature debut, "Heartbreaker" (completed 1981)
1993:
First feature lead, "The Harvest"
1992:
Recreated the role of Albert Rosenfield for the feature "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me"
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Selected as one of three drummers to play on Keith Moon's solo album along with Ringo Starr and Leon Russell
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Urged to act by former child actor, friend and fellow musician Bill Mumy, then co-starring in the NBC sitcom, "Sunshine"
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Began touring with several bands during his late teens
2004:
Cast in the remake of the 1962 thriller "The Manchurian Candidate"
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Decided to become a professional drummer after watching Ringo Starr perform with the Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
1962:
Inspired to play the drums at age eight after watching Little Ricky play on "I Love Lucy"
1990:
Recurring role as Todd Spurrier on "Shannon's Deal"

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