The actor built a resume impressive with a total of 169 different screen credits, and he was known for stealing scenes with his sometimes likable charm. IMDB.com reports that the entertainment industry didn't call out to him until he turned 31 with aspirations of being a screenwriter. A friend persuaded him to give acting a try first, and some modest successes followed reasonably quickly.
As for his roles in the realm of genre entertainment?
Fans might recognize him from work aboard TV's incarnation of The Incredible Hulk, The Invisible Woman (1983), Wizards And Warriors, Trancers (1984), Zone Troopers (1985), The Blob (1988), Field Of Dreams (1989), Trancers II (1991), Tales From The Crypt, Space Rangers, Strange Luck, A.J.'s Time Travelers, Angel, Night Stalker, and Speed Racer (2008). Though some of his roles may've been small, it certainly took the heart and soul of a big man to fill them.
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