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FutureStarrA Michael Rapaport
The actor has red hair.He’s a master of the banter. There is no one better of sport with a witty line. And he loves to talk about celebritys and fame. Here’s Michael Rapaport.He’s made a pretty interesting line of characters. He’s starred in some great movies and television series.
Beginning his career in the early 1990s, he has made over 100 appearances in film and television. His film roles include True Romance (1993), Higher Learning (1995), Metro (1997), Cop Land (1997), Deep Blue Sea (1999), The 6th Day (2000), Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001), Big Fan (2009), and The Heat (2013). On television, he headlined the Fox sitcom The War at Home (2005–2007) and was a series regular on the Fox drama Boston Public (2001–2004), the fourth season of the Fox serial drama Prison Break (2008–2009), and the Netflix comedy drama Atypical (2017–2021). Rapaport also held recurring roles on the NBC sitcoms Friends (1999) and My Name Is Earl (2007–2008) and the FX Western Justified (2014).
Earlier this month, a clip of actor Michael Rapaport on his podcast, “I Am Rapaport” began to make the rounds on High Fashion Twitter. Rapaport’s trash-talking podcast covers everything from sports to popular culture to politics, but it was an unusual place for an actor best-known as self-appointed guardian of New York culture, and the director of a 2011 documentary about A Tribe Called Quest, to wax profane about fashion. And not just any fashion. He was not geeking out about Supreme, Kapital, or any of the other oft-hyped brands beloved by Hollywood fashion fanatics, trendsetting rappers, and basketball’s tunnel fit elite. Instead, the bellicose actor was talking about The Row, the lavishly priced, logo-less brand designed by Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen. “They got some high end chic shit,” he said, describing it as “classy, low-key” as well as “dope.” He recounted being stopped on the street by someone who asked if his black jacket was from The Row: “It was like some Fight Club shit. I was like, ‘You know?’ He was like, ‘I know.’” (Source: www.gq.com)