Appears in the play Bash with Paul Rudd and Calista Flockhart in New York (1999). The play was written by Neil LaBute
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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"I feel blessed that I am able to play really dark guys in a business where they usually want you to play the same character over and over. Poor Michael Rapaport
will being playing white homeboys till the day he dies. That's not the kind of career I want." (Calgary Sun, January 4, 2004)
In 1988, he represented Gleason's Gym as a light heavyweight in the Golden Gloves Competition at Madison Square Garden, advancing to the finals and losing to Floyd Patterson
's adopted son.