Actor. From 1978 until his death, he took part in over 120 film and television productions. Some of the ones best-remembered were "Field of Dreams" (1989) as Shoeless Joe Jackson, " Goodfellas" (1990) in the part of real-life mobster, Henry Hill, and "Something Wild" (1986) as Ray Sinclair, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination. He graduated from Union High School in 1973 and from the University of Miami, where he studied acting and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA). This is where he started his acting career, preforming in their stage productions of "Cabaret," "Dames at Sea," "Oklahoma!," and "The Sound of Music." One of his earliest professional roles was as Joey Perrini on the daytime soap opera "Another World," from 1978 to 1981. He passed away while in the Dominican Republic filming "Dangerous Waters."
Bio by: Alan