Birth Place: Bronx, New York, USA
By the mid-80s, Altman was also moonlighting on TV, appearing on such New York-based shows as "The Equalizer", "Law & Order" and the ABC soap opera "One Life to Live". Later, in the 90s, he would also turn up on "Touched by an Angel" and "The Cosby Mysteries," was featured as one of the ill-fated white water rafters in "White Mile" (HBO, 1994) and had a recurring role in the short-lived drama "Nothing Sacred" (ABC, 1997).
But Altman's real opportunities have come from good supporting roles on the big screen. His debut was as Harrison Ford's best friend in Mike Nichols' under-performing "Regarding Henry" (1991). Better was his turn as Stephen Collins' best friend in Stacy Cochran's low-budg... Continue Bio >>
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