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KEVIN CORRIGAN plays Eliot, Vivian's Charles Manson-obsessed neighbor.

Corrigan made his feature debut in "Lost Angels," directed by Hugh Hudson and has since appeared in several films including "Walking and Talking," "illtown," "Men Don't Leave," "Goodfellas," "Billy Bathgate," "True Romance," "Bad Boys," "Living in Oblivion," "Trees Lounge," "Rhythm Thief" and "Buffalo '66."

Corrigan also co-wrote and starred in "Kicked in the Head," with James Woods and Linda Fiorentino, which was selected for the 1997 Cannes Film Festival. A semi-autobiographical story of Corrigan's experiences several years back, "Kicked in the Head" was executive produced by Martin Scorsese and directed by Matthew Harrison.

Trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute, Corrigan has appeared in a number of stage and television productions and at the age of seventeen wrote the play "The Boiler Room," which was performed at Playwrights Horizons and the Young Playwrights Festival.

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