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Actor

David
Rasche

David Rasche began his career at Chicago’s “Second City" cabaret. Broadway credits: Speed-The-Plow (David Mamet), Lunch Hour, with Gilda Radner, (dir. Mike Nichols), Loose Ends (Michael Weller.) Off-Broadway: Warrior Class (Second Stage), Chekhov’s The Seagull at CSC ( Richard Seff Award) Regrets Only by Paul Rudnick (Manhattan Theater Club), Mamet’s Edmond (Atlantic). TV credits: recurring roles on HBO series VEEP with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Bored to Death with Ted Danson, and shows from Miami Vice to Monk. He was Sledge Hammer in the series of that name. Films include: In the Loop (Armando Iannucci), Burn After Reading (Coen Brothers), Men in Black III (Sonnenfeld), Flags of our Fathers (Clint Eastwood), Flight 93 (Paul Greengrass), The Sentinel (with Michael Douglas), Manhattan (Woody Allen).