Birth Name: Jon Seda
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
Raised in Clifton, New Jersey, Seda was the second oldest of six children. His first expectations about acting were that he might get a part as an extra. An instinctive actor who oozes masculinity that creates the sexual danger of which male movie stars are made, but also possessing just the right dash of sensitivity, Seda won the role in "Gladiators". From there, he played a tough street kid in "Zebrahead" (1992) and a Dominican hoodlum in Brian De Palma's "Carlito's Way" (1993). More recently, he was Jose, one of the tortured inmates, in Terry Gilliam's futuristic "12 Monkeys" (1995). He won further critical applause for his work as a gangbanger with a brain tumor who takes a doctor hostag...
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