Michael Carmine

Biography

Michael Carmime, a born 6 March 1959 and bred in New York, graduated from the "Fame"-d High School of the Performing Arts at the age of sixteen and went on to study his craft at the California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts) in Valencia. He made his first appearance before the cameras as an extra in "Rollercoaster" and received his first speaking part on "Hill Street Blues" playing Ramos, which became a recurring role. A small part in Brian De Palma's "Scarface" was followed by the role of Snake in Michael Mann's television series "Miami Vice," which led to is first major role in Mann's "Band of the Hand," directed by Paul Michael Glaser. He died of heart failure 14 October 1989.

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Birth Place

Brooklyn, New York, USA

Birth Date

3/6/1959

Death Date

10/14/1989
Known For
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Carlos

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Band of the Hand

Ruben

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Leviathan

Tony 'DeJesus' Rodero

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Longtime Companion

Alberto

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Invasion U.S.A.

Tonio

Starring In
Movie Poster

Longtime Companion

Alberto

Movie Poster

Leviathan

Tony 'DeJesus' Rodero

Movie Poster

*batteries not included

Carlos

Movie Poster

Band of the Hand

Ruben

Movie Poster

Invasion U.S.A.

Tonio

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