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Overview (3)

Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Died in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA  (suicide)
Height 5' 8" (1.73 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Actor - studied and performed in New York City with the Actors' Ensemble 1986-1993. Studied at the Michael Checkhov Studio under: Beatrice Straight, Hurd Hadfield, Ted Pugh and Fern Sloan. Studied Michael Checkhov technique in Russia under: Vladimyr Ilyan Founding Member of Actors' Voice Theatre Group in New York. Founding Member of Actors' Box Theatre Group in New Orleans. Founding Member of "Circle in the Sky" Film Production Co. in New Orleans. Acting instructor at NOCCA . . . New Orleans Center for Creative Arts.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Mark Krasnoff

Trivia (5)

Suffered from severe depression as a result of the Hurricane Katrina devastation. His body was discovered on a rocky area in a New Orleans park the victim of an apparent suicide.
Was the son of Sandy Krasnoff, who headed Victims and Citizens Against Crime until his death in a car accident in 2003.
Attended the University of Southwest Louisiana in Lafayette majoring in communications and minoring in French.
In 1992, Mr. Krasnoff returned to New Orleans, continuing to study acting, performing in local theater companies and commercials, while still fielding parts in movies. Strong stage roles included his Salieri in "Amadeus" in 2002, and the title role in "The Elephant Man" in 1999, which won him the Big Easy Entertainment Award for best male actor.
New Orleans, Louisiana. [June 2004]

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