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StephenSpinella vaulted from obscurity with his frighteningly realistic portrayal of AIDS-ravaged Prior Walter in Tony Kushner's two-part epic "Angels in America".
Spinella has periodically returned to the NY stage, appearing in "Troilus and Cressida" in Central Park and portrayed Thomas, the longtime lover of an AIDS patient who is contemplating suicide, in David Rabe's "A Question of Mercy" (1997).
Spinella's film debut came as the villainous Lindenmayer, the creator of a vicious computer-generated serial killer (Russell Crowe) in Brett Leonard's sci-fi thriller "Virtuosity" (1995).
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