David Pasquesi

A film, theater, and television actor, improv comic and occasional screenwriter, David Pasquesi first appeared in a motion picture in 1987, popping up in the gritty musical drama "Light of Day," which starred Michael J. Fox and Joan Jett as a pair of sibling rockers. By 1991, Pasquesi landed a minor role in the hit 1991 comedy "Father of the Bride," which starred legendary funnyman Steve Martin. Two years later, he acted in the hugely successful films "Groundhog Day," a unique fantasy/comedy featuring a cast fronted by Bill Murray, and the tense crime thriller "The Fugitive." Continuing to work in film throughout the 1990s, Pasquesi also guested on several episodes of the hilariously offbeat Comedy Central series "Strangers With Candy" as the 2000s dawned. He also appeared in the sitcoms "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Undeclared" during the next few years, and in 2003, he acted in and penned the script for the feature length comedy "Nobody Knows Anything." In 2005, he reprised his "Strangers With Candy" role for the film of the same name, and in 2006, he had a supporting part in "I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With," which was written and directed by "Curb Your Enthusiasm" veteran Jeff Garlin. Pasquesi shared the screen with Tom Hanks in the blockbuster Ron Howard adventure "Angels & Demons" in 2009. Outside of acting, Pasquesi is known for having performed with various improv troupes, including the revered Second City players.