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THOMAS IAN GRIFFITH made his Broadway debut at the age
of 19 in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. He continued
to work on Broadway and in regional theater until starring as
the quintessential villain in The Karate Kid III. He went
on to play the title role in the television movie "The Rock
Hudson Story," for which he received critical acclaim.
His other film credits include Ulterior Motives, Crackerjack,
Beyond Forgiveness, the HBO film "Hollow Point,"
co-starring Donald Sutherland and John Lithgow, and Excessive
Force, which Griffith also wrote and produced. He also starred
as Taligaro in Universal's Kull the Conqueror and the upcoming
telefilm "The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax" with Angela
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