Birth Name: Henry Czerny
Birth Place: Toronto, Ontario, CA
Czerny graduated from the National Theater School in 1982 and spent the next few years working in theater (Shakespeare, Chekhov) and TV (Canadian-lensed episodes of "Night Heat" and "Hot Shots", both CBS, 1986; "Top Cops", 1992; "Secret Service", NBC, 1992-93). He also appeared in the TV-movies "Deadly Matrimony" and "A Town Torn Apart" (both NBC, 1992) and the feature "Buried on Sunday" (1992) before fame hit with his showing in "The Boys of St Vincent" (1993). Czerny had small roles in two 1993 Canadian thrillers, "A Man in Uniform" and "Cold Sweat". American audiences got an another taste of the actor's dark magic in "Ultimate Betrayal: The Rodgers Sisters Story" (CBS, 1994) wherein Czer...
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