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Born: January 23, 1951 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Collaborated on songs for "Three Sisters" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (also acted)
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Created roles in two off-off-Broadway plays by acclaimed avant-garde theater artist Richard Foreman including "Film is Evil: Radio is Good" (date approximate)
2005:
Played Unger in the remake of "The Longest Yard" with Adam Sandler
1982:
Portrayed the Younger John as well as Pierre Trudeau and Night Club Manager in "Lennon", an off-Broadway play on the life of the artist
2001:
Cast opposite Kevin Spacey in "K-PAX"
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Debut as a recurring character on a TV series, played Jerry Horne on David Lynch's "Twin Peaks"
1979:
Feature acting debut, Walter Hill's "The Warriors"; first film for producer Joel Silver
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Performed at the seminal rock club CBGB's in its early days
1990:
Starred as "Woyzeck" in a Hartford Stage revival of Buchner's 19th century tragedy
1974:
Appeared in "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band On the Road", an off-Broadway musical
1985:
Had a rare TV starring role in "Slippage", an episode of the fantasy anthology "Tales From the Darkside"
2000:
Portrayed Salvador Dali in the Off-Broadway play "Lobster Alice"
1978:
Broadway debut in "Working", a musical version of Stud Turkel's book
1988:
TV special debut, "Date Rape", an "ABC Afterschool Special"

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