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MICHAEL RAPAPORT (Hank) first caught the eye of filmgoers in 1993 in director Anthony Drazen's "Zebrahead,” winner of the 1993 Sundance Film Festival's Filmmaker's Trophy. For his portrayal of a Jewish teenager growing up in a Black Detroit neighborhood, Rapaport was honored with an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Since then, he has exhibited his versatility with dramatic performances in John Singleton's "Higher Learning” and Barbet Schroeder's "Kiss of Death,” as well as comedic turns in Woody Allen's "Mighty Aphrodite” and Ted Demme's "Beautiful Girls.” Other credits include "Metro,” "A Brother's Kiss,” "Cop Land,” "Kicked in the Head,” "True Romance,” "The Pallbearer,” "Illtown” and "Palmetto.” Rapaport also starred in Renny Harlin's action thriller, "Deep Blue Sea” for Warner Bros.

Upcoming releases include the independent films "Kiss Toledo Goodbye,” director Rory Kelly's "Girl Talk” starring Juliette Lewis and "King of the Jungle” with John Leguizamo, Rosie Perez and Marisa Tomei. Rapaport recently wrapped Fox 2000's "Navy Diver” with Robert Di Niro and Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Spike Lee's latest project, "Bamboozled,” opposite Jada Pinkett. Rapaport also stars opposite Hugh Grant in Woody Allen's new film, "Small Time Crooks.” Rapaport's television credits include a recurring role on the NBC hit series "Friends” during the 1999 season.


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