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PAUL GUILFOYLE's (Mr. Humphreys) feature film credits include "Little Odessa," "Quiz Show," "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Final Analysis," "Hoffa," "True Colors," "Three Men and a Baby," Cadillac Man," "Wall Street," "The Serpent and the Rainbow" and "True Colors." He also stars in the forthcoming features "Striptease," "A Couch in New York," "Heaven's Prisoners," and Sidney Lumet's "Night Falls in Manhattan." Born in South Boston, Guilfoyle spent twelve years with the Theatre Company of Boston before moving to New York to appear on Broadway with Al Pacino in "The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel." He later appeared in "Richard III," "Search and Destroy," "Glengarry Glen Ross," and recently, off-Broadway, "Death Defying Acts."

His television work includes the movies "Amelia Earhart," "Curiosity Kills," "Those Secrets," Unnatural Pursuits," "Notorious," "Exxon-Valdez," as well as such series as "Civil Wars," "Law and Order," "Wiseguy," "Against the Law," 'Spenser for Hire," "Miami Vice," "Kate and Allie" and "The Equalizer."