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Born: October 5, 1960 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Massapequa, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1988:
TV debut in NBC movie "Too Good to be True"
1989:
Feature debut in "Born on the Fourth of July"
1990:
TV series debut as regular in CBS sitcom "Sydney"
1991:
First sizeable film role in "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man"
1992:
Had small role in Stephen Frears' "Hero" starring Dustin Hoffman
1992:
Played title role in "Ned Blessing: The True Story of My Life" (CBS); not cast in the short-lived 1993 series ("Ned Blessing: The Story of My Life and Times") that followed
1993:
Starred opposite Daryl Hannah in HBO remake of "Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman"
1993:
Had regular role of Detective Beau Felton on NBC series "Homicide: Life on the Street"
1994:
Returned to the Ned Blessing role for the feature "Lone Justice"
1995:
Portrayed Charles Bronson's son in CBS movie "A Family of Cops"; replaced by Joe Penny in sequels
1996:
Appeared in two features, Lee Tamahori's "Mulholland Falls" and Steve Buscemi's feature directing debut, "Trees Lounge"
1996:
Acted opposite significant other Isabella Hofmann in NBC movie "Twisted Desire"
1998:
Replaced by Michael Rispoli in "It Had to Be You" after much-publicized cocaine overdose at NYC's Plaza Hotel
1998:
Delivered arguably his best feature work to date in "John Carpenter's Vampires" as James Woods' vampire-hunting partner (filmed before hotel incident)
2001:
Feature directorial debut, "Fall"; also co-starred with Michael Madsen and Chad McQueen; released direct-to-video
2004:
Starred in "Paparazzi" about a celebrity who turns the tables on a persistent photographer; produced by Mel Gibson
2005:
Cast in Showtime's "Our Fathers," an adaptation of David France's epic book about the sex scandals in the Roman Catholic Church
2007:
Cast in a recurring role in the final episodes of HBO's Emmy-winning mob drama "The Sopranos"
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Will portray Julius Krug, the former secretary of the interior in HBO Films' "Grey Gardens" (lensed 2007)

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