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Born: November 25, 1942 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Jersey City, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1993:
Appeared in the recurring role of Phil Swill on several episodes of the Fox comedy-adventure series, "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr."
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Interested in acting after seeing the off-Broadway play, "Scuba Duba", Walter became an apprentice at the Totem Pole Playhouse, a summer theater whose impresario was actor Jean Stapleton
1973:
Made feature film debut in a bit part in "Badge 373"; also played a bit that same year in "Serpico"
1988:
Played recurring role of Wilshinsky on the NBC drama series, "The Bronx Zoo"
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Went on the study acting with David Le Grant, and began to get parts in off-Broadway productions and NY-based soap operas
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Worked in the parts department of a car dealership after graduating from high school
1986:
First film for director Jonathan Demme, "Something Wild"
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Grew up in Jersey City, NJ
1992:
Played "Blinky" Watts on the short-lived (three episodes) ABC sitcom, "On the Air"
1981:
Played Frog Rothchild Jr on the ABC sitcom, "Best of the West"
1977:
Earliest feature film credits include a bit in the Woody Allen film, "Annie Hall"
1977:
First TV-movie, "Mad Bull"

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