Replaced Martin Sheen
in the role of Timmy Clearly in the original Broadway production of Frank D. Gilroy
's "The Subject Was Roses"; he also replaced the stage manager on the production.
2 Biographical Movies |
1 Print Biography |
1 Portrayal |
22 Interviews |
30 Articles |
9 Pictorials |
26 Magazine Cover Photos |
Sam Etic | Dasutin Hofuman
5' 5¾" (1.67 m)
Did You Know?
[on playing a shady racetrack ex-con in Luck
(2011)] I don't have a gangster phone book or anything like that. I live in a certain milieu, that's called 'Hollywood' euphemistically, in which you are are continually lied to and screwed with. I'd much rather be with the mob because, if they promise you something, they keep their word. In Hollywood nobody keeps their word. Everybody lies to you ...
He is famous for taking a wide range of difficult roles, such as a crippled street hustler in Midnight Cowboy
(1969); an actor pretending to be a woman in Tootsie
(1982), an autistic person in Rain Man
(1988) and a Captain Pirate in Hook