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|Born:||February 22, 1948||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Springfield, Massachusetts, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Born in Springfield, MA and raised in Connecticut
Began acting lessons at age 12
Professional stage debut at age 14 in small role in production of "Othello" at the Hartford Stage Company
While appearing with a touring theater troupe from USC, won scholarship to travel abroad; appeared in 15 productions throughout Europe
Joined the Company of Angels Theatre Group
Feature film debut, "Psychopath"
TV debut in a miniseries, "The Rhinemann Exchange"
Played recurring roles on "Dallas" and "M*A*S*H*" (both CBS)
TV-movie debut, "This Man Stands Alone"
Played Dennis Quaid's older brother in "Breaking Away"
Debut as regular on a TV series, reprising film role in "Breaking Away" (ABC)
Breakthrough feature role, the police captain in "Beverly Hills Cop"
Reprised role in "Beverly Hills Cop II"
Delivered a memorable turn as Robert De Niro's nemesis in "Midnight Run"
Played leading role in the NBC police drama TV series, "Hardball"
Starred in ABC miniseries "Stephen King's The Tommyknockers"
Co-starred in "Little Big League"
Played the father of a gymnast in the Lifetime TV-movie "Little Girls in Pretty Boxes"
Appeared in the indie film "Bill's Gun Shop"
Played a Boston detective in Ben Affleck's feature directing debut "Gone, Baby, Gone"
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