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GIOVANNI RIBISI (Kip Raines) is quickly earning a reputation for delivering powerful performances in film and television. His extensive credits include David Lynch's "Lost Highway," "The Grave," "Scotch and Milk," and "That Thing You Do!" In addition, Ribisi is well known for his recurring role as Frank Jr. on the hit comedy series "Friends."

Most recently he received exceptional notices for his roles as a retarded boy opposite Juliette Lewis and Diane Keaton in Disney's "The Other Sister," directed by Garry Marshall, and as a young medic in Steven Spielberg's World War II epic, "Saving Private Ryan." Last year he starred in the motion picture version of the 1970s television hit "The Mod Squad." He also received critical acclaim for his starring roles in "subUrbia" and "First Love, Last Rites." Other credits include "The Postman" and "Some Girls."

Ribisi has also appeared on numerous television programs including "The X-Files," "NYPD Blue," "Chicago Hope," "The Wonder Years," and "Family Album."

His upcoming projects are "Boiler Room" (in which he stars with "Gone in 60 Seconds" costar Scott Caan) and the black comedy "All the Rage." He is presently filming "The Gift."

Ribisi bought his first car, a 1966 Caprice, from his father. He and his twin sister shared the car, which was in mint condition when they first began driving it but quickly took a beating from the two 16-year-olds who knew nothing about automobiles.

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