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American supporting actor Brad Sullivan trained at the University of Maine and at the American Theatre Wing in New York. His off-Broadway debut was in 1961's Red Roses for Me, after which he appeared in the London company of South Pacific. On Broadway, Sullivan headlined in The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel and Working. Brad Sullivan's film work commenced in the late '70s, embracing such pictures as Slap Shot (1977) (as Wanchuk), Tin Men (1987), The Untouchables (1987) and Guilty By Suspicion (1991).

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