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Born: June 30, 1959 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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"It was always my plan to build a reputation as a character actor. I have this niche, and I'll be working forever. I don't look like a leading man. I look more like the guy who'll fix your car than steal your girl. I look like th guy who'd come in and take a stain off your couch. Or put a stain on." --Vincent D'Onofrio in Movieline, May 1997.

"I found out early that in most scripts, the supporting characters are all the more interesting than the leads, and when the big studios weren't allowing me to do the leads, I found a niche as a character actor, especially after 'Full Metal Jacket'. The work's always interesting, and it allows me and my wife to do whatever we like and never be recognized or bothered." --Vincent D'Onofrio in Daily News. February 5, 1998.

"When I was younger, I used to take parts home with me. I was this angry young man. I don't do that now because I don't have that anger." --D'Onofrio quoted in Chicago Sunt-Times, August 21, 2000.

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