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Birth Name: Michael Pare
Born: 10/09/1958
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Pare originally studied at the Culinary Institute of America and was working as a chef when a modeling agent spotted him and signed him to a contract. He studied with the legendary acting teacher Uta Hagen and in 1981 landed his first professional jobs, the busted pilot "Crazy Times" (ABC) and a berth on the series "The Greatest American Hero" (ABC). In the latter, he was one of the brooding students taught by the high school teacher alter ego of the title character (played by William Katt).

Soon after the series ended, Pare was on the big screen in the leading role of an iconic 1950s rock star in "Eddie and the Cruisers" (1983). He followed as the renegade boy... Continue Bio >>

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