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Michael Imperioli stars in "Detroit 1-8-7" as Detective Louis Fitch.

Michael Imperioli, acclaimed actor, writer and producer, has established a successful career in both television and film. Most recently he starred in the indie horror movie "Foreclosure," which is scheduled for release in 2011. He also recently starred as Detective Ray Carling on ABC's critically acclaimed drama series, "Life on Mars," during the 2008-2009 Season. He also starred as Chick Benetto in "Oprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch
Michael Imperioli in "Detroit 1-8-7"
Michael Imperioli Detroit 1-8-7
Albom's For One More Day" on ABC.

Imperioli is best known for his role as Christopher Moltisanti on the acclaimed series "The Sopranos," which earned him a Best Supporting Actor Emmy Award, five Emmy nominations, as well as numerous Golden Globe and SAG nominations. In addition to his role as a cast member, Imperioli wrote five episodes of the show. He also had a star turn on the right side of the law as a detective in the acclaimed series "Law & Order," and was the voice of Frankie in the DreamWorks Academy Award-nominated "Shark Tale."

"The Hungry Ghosts," a New York City-based feature which Imperioli wrote and directed, was released in 2009. In December 2009, he starred in Peter Jackson's "The Lovely Bones," based on the bestselling book, opposite Rachel Weiz and Mark Wahlberg.

Imperioli first came to the public's attention as Spider in Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas." In his more than 30 film roles, he has worked with such acclaimed directors as Spike Lee on "Jungle Fever," "Malcolm X," "Clockers," "Girl 6" and "Summer of Sam"; the Hughes Brothers on "Dead Presidents"; and with Nancy Savoca on "Household Saints." Other credits include Campbell Scott's "Hamlet," Peter Mattei's "Love in the Time of Money," Gary Winnick's "Sweet Nothing" and the comedy "My Baby's Daddy."

As a writer, Imperioli has done work for Dimension on "King Suckerman" and penned the screen adaptation of Mario Puzo's "Omerta" for Miramax. He also wrote and executive-produced "Summer of Sam."

On the New York stage for over a decade, Imperioli has produced, directed and acted. Some of his work includes critically acclaimed performances in "Aven' U Boys" directed by Frederick Zollo, "Displaced Persons" (opposite Martha Plimpton), "Half Deserted Street," Seth Zvi Rosenfield's "The Writing on the Wall," and "Little Blood Brother."

In an ongoing commitment to New York City stage, Michael and his wife Victoria have launched Studio Dante, a 60- seat theater for new works and to serve New York's cultural life. The theater was built to inspire the next generation of our City's performance artists and audiences.

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Age: 50 years old
Birthday: March 26, 1966
Height: 5' 8"
Full Name / Real Name: James Michael Imperioli
Birthplace: Mount Vernon, NY
Wife: Victoria Chlebowski

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shirley says:
Please.Windsor Ontario is not Quebec...so why the French police detective?? Very inappropriate
jemilane says:
What is the name of the women that plays his ex-wife on Detroit 187.
kathi says:
We enjoy Chicago 187 & especially your portrayal of the "Fitch." Very, very well played! We have not yet found who plays your son but... Wow! Beautifully casted & he emits the same sensitive nature as you do! Thanks for great entertainment! Kathi
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