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He also made brief appearances in the films Trading Places (1983, with Bill Cobbs), Dead Heat (1988, with Robert Picardo), and Collision Course (1989, with Chris Sarandon). He also had a role in the 1989 comedy Second Sight, starring John Larroquette and John Schuck. He would also appear in the 1991 TV movie Fever, with Steven Rankin, Tim Ransom, and Gregg Henry. His other films include Heart Condition (1990, with Kieran Mulroney), Downtown (1990, with Ron Canada, Roger Aaron Brown, Catherine MacNeal, and Wren T. Brown), There Goes the Neighborhood (1992, with W. Morgan Sheppard, Jonathan Banks, Harris Yulin, and Lee Arenberg), and Amos & Andrew (1993, with Brad Dourif).
He died of a heart attack in 2002 at the age of 49.