About Paul Guilfoyle
Active on the stage in both his native Boston and New York, Guilfoyle was part of an informal repertory company who appeared on Broadway and in Boston supporting actor Al Pacino in such productions as "The Training of Pavlo Hummel", "Richard III" and "Man and Superman". After making his feature debut in one of the biggest flops of the 1980s, "Howard the Duck" (1986), Guilfoyle was cast in supporting roles in such features as "Beverly Hills Cop II" (1987), "Mrs. Doubtfire" (1993), and "Quiz Show" (1994).
Guilfoyle is not to be confused with character actor Paul Guilfoyle (1902-61), who appeared in films during the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
|Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts|
|Member of the Experimental Theatre Company of Boston|
|Supporting player in several Al Pacino theater productions both in Boston and on Broadway|
|Feature debut, "Howard the Duck"|
|TV debut, "Roanoak", an American Playhouse production|
|TV debut as guest on a series, "Spenser: For Hire"|
|TV debut in a miniseries, "Internal Affairs"|
|Debut in a TV-movie, "Fatal Flaw"|
|Co-starred in the CBS fall drama "C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation"|
|Had regular role in the short-lived UPN series "Secret Agent Man"|