Bobby Di Cicco

Bobby Di Cicco
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Bobby Di Cicco (born 1955) is an American actor. He has starred in several films since the 1970s, but has mostly been involved in television work such as The A-Team. His early work includes the film 1941 by Steven Spielberg, in which he plays one of the main characters, 'Wally Stephens'. He also had a part in Samuel Fullers movie, The Big Red One, where he played a young private in the first squad. He was again a private in the 1990 comedy A Man Called Sarge. Bobby also gets credit for the classic line from the 1982 film Night Shift by Ron Howard, "Barney Rubble, what an actor". He had a major role co-starring with Michael Pare in the 1984 sci-fi cult film The Philadelphia Experiment. He is the father of actress Jessica Di Cicco. Description above from the Wikipedia article Bobby Di Cicco, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
Name Bobby Di Cicco
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Place of Birth Itasca, Illinois, USA
As: Jerry
1984-03-09
Splash...
As: Jim Parker
1984-08-03
The Philadelphia Exp...
As: Scotty
1994-08-17
Ghoulies IV...
As: Wally Stephens
1979-12-14
1941...
As: Leonard
1982-07-30
Night Shift...
As: Pvt. Vinci, 1st Squa
1980-07-18
The Big Red One...
As: Pvt. Tim Cort
1986-05-09
The Supernaturals...
As: Bishop
1993-07-07
Maniac Cop 3: Badge ...
As: Tony Smerko
1978-04-20
I Wanna Hold Your Ha...
As: Larry
1993-01-01
The Baby Doll Murder...
As: Pimp
1994-07-20
Killing Obsession...
As: François
1984-02-27
Thieves After Dark...
As: Lombardi
1991-10-03
The Last Hour...
As: Himself
2005-05-03
The Real Glory: Reco...
As: Malcolm
1987-02-27
Number One with a Bu...
As: Platte
1985-01-21
Scandal Sheet...
As: Tony
1978-05-24
Towing...
As: Mick J. August
1991-06-27
Frame Up...
As: Unknown
1984-09-30
Murder, She Wrote...