Actors Journal – Joe Spano

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Joe Spano is best known for his Emmy-nominated performance as Detective Henry Goldblume in the hit series Hill Street Blues (1981-1987), but he got his start in a San Francisco improvisational group as well as the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, where he performed for 10 years before moving to Hollywood. He has had recurring roles in Amazing Grace, Murder One, Mercy Point, NYPD Blue, and NCIS. His film work includes Apollo 13, Primal Fear, Hollywoodland, Hart’s War, Fracture, American Graffiti, and Frost/Nixon. Actor Tom Hanks once said that Joe Spano was his first serious role model and a source of inspiration as an actor.

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