Eric Bogosian


Miami Vice Character
Zeke ("Milk Run")
April 24, 1953, Woburn, Massachuetts
Jo Anne Bonney (1980-present), two children

Eric Bogosian (born April 24, 1953) is an American actor, playwright. He made his television debut in the show Miami Vice as Zeke, who helped the Moya brothers run a drug lab and boyfriend of Angela (played by Rainbow Harvest) in the episode "Milk Run".

Early Life/CareerEdit

Bogosian was born in Woburn, Massachuetts, the son of a hairdresser & an accountant. After graduation from Oberlin College, he moved to New York City to pursue an acting career. He made his screen debut in 1983's Born in Flames, then appeared in Special Effects, Chasing the Dragon (which he co-wrote), Arena Brains (which he also co-wrote, appeared with Steve Buscemi), Oliver Stone's Talk Radio (which Bogosian co-wrote, appearing with Ellen Greene and Zach Grenier), in Vincent D'Onofrio's 2010 film Don't Go in the Woods, and his most recent movie appearance, in 2014's Listen Up Philip. On television he appeared in a one-man show, Funhouse (which he wrote & starred in), Tales of the Darkside, Crime Story (with Dennis Farina), Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent (with D'Onofrio), The Good Wife (with Nathan Lane), and his most recent TV appearance, in a 2015 episode of Elementary.

Personal LifeEdit

Bogosian married Jo Anne Bonney in 1980, and they have two children.

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