Birth Name: Judd Nelson
Birth Place: Portland, Maine, USA
Nelson's screen career, however, quickly floundered. He did another six films in the 1980s, but none equaled his former success. He played a yuppie lawyer in "From the Hip" (1987), and cops in "Never on Tuesday" and "Relentless" (both 1989). The 90s were a bit happier, as Nelson began to shake off his "brat pack" label. He was yet another cop in the Mario Van Peebles' hit action film "New Jack City" (1991). Since then, however, Nelson's big screen activities have been confined to second-rate thrillers like "Primary Motive" (1992), "Entangled" (1993), "Every Breath" (1994, for which he also supplied the screenplay) and "Blackwater Trail" (1996) and comedies such as "Airheads" (1994). Nelson'...
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