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Edward Hibbert was a great addition to any film comedy after having enjoyed several successes in his Hollywood career. At the start of his acting career, Hibbert appeared on television comedies like "The John Larroquette Show" (NBC, 1993-97), "Dave's World" (CBS, 1993-97) and "The Nanny" (CBS, 1993-99). He also appeared in the TV movie "Columbo: Undercover" (ABC, 1993-94). In the beginning of his Hollywood career, Hibbert acted in films like "The Paper" (1994) with Michael Keaton. Following that project, he acted on the silver screen, including roles in the Goldie Hawn blockbuster comedy adaptation "The First Wives Club" (1996), the Woody Allen musical comedy "Everyone Says I Love You" (1996) and "Hudson River Blues" (1997). He also worked in television around this time, including a part on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999-). He spent the early 2000s tackling film roles in "Uptown Girls" (2003), "Dummy" (2003) and the Hugh Jackman dramatic adaptation "The Prestige" (2006). He also appeared in the Willem Dafoe crime drama "Anamorph" (2008). Most recently, Hibbert acted on "Smash" (NBC, 2011-13).
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