Bruno Kirby

Birthday:

04/28/1949

Place of birth:

New York City, New York, USA:

Biography:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bruno Kirby (April 28, 1949 – August 14, 2006) was an American film and television actor. He was perhaps best known for his roles in the Hollywood films City Slickers, When Harry Met Sally..., Good Morning, Vietnam, and The Godfather Part II. Description above from the Wikipedia article Bruno Kirby, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia


Film Credits

Played (2006)
as Detective Allen
'Good Morning, Vietnam': Production Diary (2006)
as Himself
One Eyed King (2001)
as Mickey
American Tragedy (2000)
as Barry Scheck
Stuart Little (1999)
as Reginald Stout (voice)
Spy Games (1999)
as Max Fisher
A Slipping Down Life (1999)
as Kiddie Arcades Manager
Donnie Brasco (1997)
as Nicholas 'Nicky' Santora
Sleepers (1996)
as Shakes' Father
The Show Formerly Known as the Martin Short Show (1995)
as
The Basketball Diaries (1995)
as Swifty
Golden Gate (1993)
as Agent Ron Pirelli
Hoffa (1992)
as Nightclub Comic
Mastergate (1992)
as Abel Lamb
City Slickers (1991)
as Ed Furillo
The Freshman (1990)
as Victor Ray
We're No Angels (1989)
as Deputy
Bert Rigby, You're a Fool (1989)
as Kyle DeForest
When Harry Met Sally... (1989)
as Jess
Good Morning, Vietnam (1987)
as Lt. Steven Hauk
Tin Men (1987)
as Mouse
Flesh + Blood (1985)
as Orbec
Birdy (1984)
as Renaldi
This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
as Tommy Pischedda
Kiss My Grits (1982)
as Flash
Modern Romance (1981)
as Jay
Likely Stories Vol. 1 (1981)
as
Borderline (1980)
as Jimmy Fante
Where the Buffalo Roam (1980)
as Marty Lewis
Some Kind of Miracle (1979)
as Frank Smiles
Almost Summer (1978)
as Bobby DeVito
Between the Lines (1977)
as David
Baby Blue Marine (1976)
as Pop Mosley
The Godfather: Part II (1974)
as Young Clemenza
Cinderella Liberty (1973)
as Alcott (as Bruce Kirby Jr.)
Superdad (1973)
as Stanley
A Summer Without Boys (1973)
as Quincy
The Harrad Experiment (1973)
as Harry Schacht
All My Darling Daughters (1972)
as Anthony Stephanelli
The Young Graduates (1971)
as