John Cassini

John Cassini was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Cassini's earliest roles were in film, including the drama "Cafe Romeo" (1992) with Catherine Mary Stewart, the Viveca Lindfors dramatic comedy "North of Pittsburgh" (1993) and the Ethan Hawke dramatic adventure "Alive" (1993). He also appeared in the Ally Sheedy sci-fi feature "Man's Best Friend" (1993), the Morgan Freeman hit crime flick "Seven" (1995) and "Female Perversions" (1997). His film career continued throughout the nineties and the early 2000s in productions like the Michael Douglas mystery thriller "The Game" (1997), the drama "The Falling" (1998) with Christopher Shyer and "Chain of Fools" (2000) with Steve Zahn. Recently, he tackled roles in the action flick "Catwoman" (2004) with Halle Berry, "The Whole Shebang" (2005) with Stanley Tucci and "Break a Leg" (2006). He also appeared in "Vice" (2008) and the adaptation "The Possession" (2012) with Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Most recently, Cassini acted in the Olunike Adeliyi crime drama "Three Days in Havana" (2014).