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Larry Joshua

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Larry Joshua (born February 12, 1952) is an American actor who has appeared in over 50 productions since 1981. Some of his more famous films include The Burning (1981), Sea of Love (1989), Quick Change (1990), A Midnight Clear (1992), Romeo is Bleeding (1993), The X Files (1998), For Love of the Game (1999) and Spider-Man (2002). He appeared in two Academy Award for Best Picture winners: Dances with Wolves (1990) and Unforgiven (1992). Joshua has also had a significant television career. He was one of the cast members of the ill-fated police musical series Cop Rock (1990). He also had a recurring role as Capt. Clifford Bass on NYPD Blue (1995-2001). Joshua also made appearances on Search for Tomorrow, Miami Vice, Party of Five, Chicago Hope, Law & Order and ER. Joshua was born in New York City. Joshua and soap opera actress Sharon Rose Gabet were married from 1984 to 1996 before divorcing. The couple have three children.


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Born:
Feb 12, 1952 In New York City, New York USA
Movie/TV Credits:
17
First Appeared:
In the series Search for Tomorrow 1951-09-03
Latest Project:
Movie Cradle 2 the Grave 2003-02-28
Known For
Filmography
Movie Cradle 2 the Grave Cop in Vault 2003-02-28
Movie Spider-Man Wrestling Promoter 2002-05-01
Movie Body Shots Detective Richards 1999-10-07
Movie The Right to Remain Silent Sims 1996-01-07
Series Murder One 1995-09-20
Movie Sugar Hill Harry Molino 1994-02-25
Movie The Shadow Maxie 1994-07-01
Movie Romeo Is Bleeding Joey 1993-09-13
Movie A Midnight Clear Lieutenant Ware 1992-04-24
Series Cop Rock 1990-09-26
Movie Dances with Wolves Sergeant Bauer 1990-03-30
Movie Sea of Love Dargan 1989-09-15
Movie Svengali Johnny Rainbow 1983-03-09
Movie Still of the Night Mugger 1982-11-19
Movie The Burning Glazer 1981-05-08
Movie Nunzio 1978-05-12
Series Search for Tomorrow 1951-09-03
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