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Birth Name: Ed Marinaro
Born: 03/31/1950
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA

Marinaro continued working in TV after the demise of "Hill Street Blues". He spent four seasons as Mitch Margolis, the Jewish ex-husband of the youngest of the "Sisters" (NBC). In 1996, Marinaro was the thrice-divorced Vince on "Champs" (ABC), the first series from DreamWorks SKG. Additionally, he starred in TV-movies, including "Sharing Richard" (CBS, 1988), about a man with three girlfriends, and was Joey Buttafuoco in "Amy Fisher: My Story" (1992), the NBC version of the 'Long Island Lolita' tale. Marinaro also played a sympathetic school counselor helping a young man deal with his sexual confusion in "What If I'm Gay?" a 1987 "CBS Schoolbreak Special".

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