John Enos III

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John Enos III
Born (1962-06-12) June 12, 1962 (age 54)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Jennie Lee Enos (2006-2012; her death)

John Enos III (born June 12, 1962) is an American film and television actor.

He has guest starred on television programs Murder, She Wrote, Sex and the City, NYPD Blue, and CSI: NY, among other TV series.

Enos's film credits include Death Becomes Her (1992), Demolition Man (1993), The Rock (1996), Blade (1998), Flawless (1999), Phone Booth (2002), Everybody Wants to Be Italian (2007) and Toxic (2008).

Personal life[edit]

John Enos was born on June 12, 1962, in Boston, Massachusetts, of Italian and Portuguese ancestry.[citation needed] He was married to Jennie Lee from 2006 until her death on February 18, 2012.[clarification needed]

Enos attended Bentley and Salem State College.[citation needed] Prior to becoming an actor, he was a bartender in New York City.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Enos entered show business in his late 20s in 1991 when he landed a spot on In Living Color, a comedy sketch show created by Keenen Ivory Wayans. This was followed by a part as a bodyguard in Death Becomes Her, a comedy directed by Robert Zemeckis released on July 31, 1992.

Enos was next featured as a prisoner in Demolition Man (1993). He appeared in the films Unveiled (1994), Ripple (1995), and Till the End of the Night (1995). Enos appeared as Randy Konig in an episode of Murder, She Wrote called "Murder at a Discount" (1993) and had a two-episode role in Showtime's Red Shoe Diaries (1993-1994). He got his first significant TV role in the hit primetime soap opera Melrose Place (Fox, 1992–99), playing Bobby Parezi in 19 episodes from 1995-96.

In 1996, Enos starred in the horror film Dead of Night, and supported Mickey Rourke in Bullet. The same year, he costarred as Marshall Del Wilkes in the television film Raven Hawk (HBO) and portrayed Matt Conrad in Showtime's Miami Hustle.

He landed the role of Bobby Marsino in the daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless (CBS). While working on the show, he appeared in Lance Lane's film The Kings of Brooklyn (2004). After leaving The Young and the Restless, he costarred in the TV series pilot Special Unit (Comedy Central, 2006). He appeared in an episode of CSI: NY (2006) and in In Case of Emergency (2007). He had a small role in The Hammer (2007). He was next cast in Missionary Man (2007), an action thriller directed, co-written by and starring Dolph Lundgren.[citation needed]

On television, Enos acted in the made for TV films Shark Swarm and Finish Line. His voice could be heard as a newscaster on two episodes of Days of Our Lives. Since 2008, he serves as a commentator on the cable television series The Smoking Gun Presents: World's Dumbest..., which debuted on truTV on March 13, 2008.[citation needed]

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