Michael Rapaport (Dave)
In 1993 Michael Rapaport made his film debut in "Zebrahead," receiving critical acclaim for his portrayal of a Jewish teenager growing up in a predominantly African-American Detroit neighborhood.
The performance earned him an Independent Spirit Award
nomination and the film itself won the 1993 Sundance Film
Festival's Filmmaker's Trophy.
Rapaport will next be seen in the independent film "Special," which premiered at the 2006 Sundance Festival.
Rapaport was seen in the romantic comedy "Hitch" opposite Will Smith, as well as the comedy "Live Free or Die." Prior to that, he starred in the dramatic thriller "29 Palms" and the independent dark comedy "Comic Book Villains."
He also starred opposite Woody Allen and Hugh Grant in the
comic-caper "Small Time Crooks," gave a controversial performance
opposite Damon Wayans and Jada Pinkett-Smith in the Spike Lee
comedy "Bamboozled," starred in the period drama "Men of Honor"
with Robert DeNiro and Cuba Gooding Jr., co-starred with John
Travolta in the Nora Ephron comedy/drama "Lucky Numbers" and
appeared in the sci-fi thriller "The 6th Day" with Arnold
No stranger to television, Rapaport appeared as a recurring
guest on the hit series "Friends" as Phoebe's (Lisa Kudrow)
boyfriend and previously starred in David E. Kelley's critically
acclaimed drama "Boston Public."
Rapaport also has his own production company, Release Entertainment. When not working, he lives in New York and Los Angeles.
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