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Born: July 9, 1971 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Lowell, Massachusetts, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1995:
Co-starred in the blockbuster film "Crimson Tide"
2001:
Had a leading role in the critically acclaimed miniseries "Band of Brothers" (HBO)
1999:
Appeared as Brian "Birdie" Burns in the hockey film "Mystery, Alaska"
1987:
Cast in a recurring role on "Who's the Boss" (ABC) as Alyssa Milano's love interest
2010:
Cast opposite Russell Crowe in Ridley Scott's adaptation of "Robin Hood"
2003:
Joined the cast of NBC's medical drama "ER" in its 12th season as Dr. Archie Morris
1994:
Starred as Bailey's friend Will on the family drama "Party of Five" (FOX)
1989:
Released a self-titled pop music album on the A&M Records label
2005:
Released his second album, entitled "Livin' on the Run"
2008:
Starred in the indie comedy, "Who's Your Monkey?" with Jason London
1988:
Reprised his role for "Critters 2: The Main Course"
:
Toured with Bob Hope on his USO tours
1980:
First appeared on Broadway in the Tony award-winning musical "Nine"
1986:
Made his feature debut at age 15 in "Critters"
2005:
Voiced Steve on the FOX animated sitcom "American Dad"
2017:
Co-starred on "The Orville"

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