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Frank John Hughes

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Occupation  actor
Spouse  Jelena Hughes
Role  film actor

Name  Frank Hughes
Years active  1990–present
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Born  November 11, 1967 (age 53) (1967-11-11) The Bronx, New York, U.S.
Movies and TV shows  Band of Brothers, Catch Me If You Can, 24, Blue Lagoon: The Awak, Bad Boys

Education  Berklee College of Music

Similar  Rick Gomez, Matthew Settle, Peter Youngblood Hills

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Frank John Hughes (born November 11, 1967) is an American film and television actor, and screenwriter. Hughes is perhaps best known for his portrayals of "Wild Bill" Guarnere in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, Tom Fox in Catch Me If You Can, Tim Woods in 24, and Walden Belfiore in The Sopranos.

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Frank John Hughes - Early life and career


Early life

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A native of the South Bronx, Hughes studied jazz composition at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. At the age of nineteen, he became one of the youngest members ever to be given lifetime membership in The Actor's Studio. He also studied with acting teacher Sonia Moore. After numerous stage productions Off-Broadway, Hughes made his feature film debut in Robert Celestino's True Convictions (1991).

Career

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Following his first appearance in True Convictions, Hughes has starred in such films as: Bad Boys (1995) opposite Will Smith, Lonely in America (1991), The Funeral (1996) opposite Benicio del Toro and Christopher Walken, Layin' Low (1996), Mr. Vincent (1997) (for which he won mass critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival for his role as John Vincent), Urban Jungle (1999), Robbers (2000), Anacardium (2001) (for which he won "Best Actor" at the New York Independent Film Festival), and Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can (2002). He also appeared in Robert Celestino's Yonkers Joe opposite Chazz Palminteri and Christine Lahti and in Jon Avnet's Righteous Kill (2008) opposite Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. In 2009, Hughes joined the cast of the series 24 as Secretary of Homeland Security, Tim Woods. He reprised the role for the season released in 2010.

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Hughes wrote, produced and starred in Leave (2011). In 2013 he wrote and produced Dark Tourist starring Michael Cudlitz and Melanie Griffith. That same year, Hughes signed a two-picture deal with Warner Bros. to adapt Shovel Ready into a feature film starring Denzel Washington, as well as to write a screenplay for a project titled Tier 1.

Hughes is currently writing an Untitled Western film for Sony Pictures. The film will star Tom Hanks, and will be directed by Frank Darabont. He has also completed writing an original story, 77 Blackout for Paramount Pictures. In addition to these projects, he has also completed a re-write for Splinter Cell, a film adaptation based on the Ubisoft video game franchise of the same name reportedly scheduled to begin production in late-2017, starring Tom Hardy as the film's protagonist Sam Fisher.

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as Actor

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Other appearances include: Cover Me, Law & Order, Homicide: Life on the Street, Feds, Without a Trace, Monk, Boomtown, Kings of South Beach, Curb Your Enthusiasm, JAG, The Path to 9/11, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, NCIS, and Criminal Minds.

as Screenwriter

References

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