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JAMES RUSSO (Idaho) was born in New York City and attended NYU, where he wrote and starred in a prize-winning short film called "The Candy Store."

He has played memorable roles on film and in live theater, with his motion-picture credits including "Donnie Brasco," "Bad Girls," "Dangerous Game," "Cold Heaven," "My Own Private Idaho," "A Kiss before Dying," "State of Grace," "We're No Angels," "China Girl," "Extremities," "The Cotton Club," "Beverly Hills Cop," "Once Upon A Time in America," "Exposed," "Vortex," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" and "A Stranger is Watching."

On stage, he has been seen in "Welcome to Andromeda," "Deathwatch," "Marat/Sade" and "Extremities," which earned him a Theatre World Award.

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