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Born: June 30, 1959 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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2017:
Played a holy man on fantasy horror series "Ghost Wars"
2018:
Co-starred with Bruce Willis and Elisabeth Shue in Eli Roth's crime drama "Death Wish"
2005:
Cast in Mike Mills' independent feature "Thumbsucker" as a father whose son attempts to break free from his addiction to his thumb
1987:
Landed minor role as Dawson, the owner of Dawson's Garage in the comedy "Adventures in Babysitting"
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Joined the American Stanislavski Theater; appeared in "Of Mice and Men" and "Sexual Perversity in Chicago"
1996:
Starred opposite Rebecca De Mornay in "The Winner" as a habitual loser who wins big in Las Vegas
1993:
Appeared alongside Lili Taylor in "Household Saints"
2000:
Played 1960s radical Abbie Hoffman in the biopic "Steal This Movie"
2000:
Portrayed a man who travels back in time to rescue a woman he has fallen in love with in "Happy Accidents"
1995:
Provided a genuinely touching moment as Al Franken's brother in the dismal "Stuart Saves His Family"
1998:
Re-teamed with director Dan Ireland as producer and star of "The Velocity of Gary"
1999:
Headlined the cast of the small screen remake of "That Championship Season"
2000:
Co-starred as a serial killer opposite Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Lopez in crime thriller "The Cell"
1991:
Cast as a local handyman in "Dying Young," starring Julia Roberts
2010:
Cast in Antoine Fuqua's "Brooklyn's Finest"
1998:
Played one of the titular bank-robbing brothers in "The Newton Boys"
1994:
Starred in the touching gay-themed short "Nunzio's Second Cousin" as a tough-talking cop; film later shown as part of the omnibus "Boys Life 2" in 1997
2002:
Supported Lisa Kudrow in "Bark"; film shown at Sundance
2005:
Made screen writing and directorial debut with short film "Five Minutes, Mr. Welles"; also reprised Orson Welles
2013:
Landed a supporting role in "Escape Plan"
2014:
Appeared alongside Robert Duvall in "The Judge"
2016:
Landed a supporting role in the sports drama "Pelé: Birth of a Legend"
2017:
Co-starred with Michael Peña and Dax Shepard in crime comedy remake "CHIPS"
2019:
Began playing Vincent 'Chin' Gigante on "The Godfather of Harlem"
2006:
Appeared with Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in "The Break-Up"
1992:
Played small but integral role in Robert Altman's "The Player"
1987:
Landed breakthrough role as Gomer Pyle, a pathetic Marine recruit who kills a sadistic drill sergeant before committing suicide in Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket"
1988:
Romanced Lili Taylor in "Mystic Pizza"; also first film with Julia Roberts
2002:
Starred in the crime thriller "The Salton Sea" as a drug dealer named Pooh Bear
1997:
Appeared on a memorable episode of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street" as a man pinned under a subway car
1994:
Cast as Orson Welles in Tim Burton's affectionate biopic of "Ed Wood"
1991:
Had small role in Oliver Stone's "JFK"
1997:
Played the evil insect in purloined human skin in summer blockbuster "Men in Black"
1984:
Screen acting debut in "The First Turn-On!"
2001:
Starred on NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" as Detective Robert Goren
1984:
Made Broadway debut in "Open Admissions," playing an Italian kid with a speech impediment
2001:
Played a priest in "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys"; film originally announced for the 2001 Sundance Film Festival but pulled at last minute; premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival
1995:
Producing debut (also co-starred) "The Whole Wide World"; first collaboration with director Dan Ireland
2012:
Appeared in found-footage thriller "Sinister" opposite Ethan Hawke
2015:
Played the Trump-esque villain Wilson Fisk on Netflix's "Daredevil" series
2017:
Played The Wizard on the fantasy series "Emerald City"
2016:
Was one of the stars in the action western remake "The Magnificent Seven"
2016:
Voiced Duke Luca Abele in the video game "Dishonored 2"
2017:
Played Burke in "Rings"

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