Stanley Benjamin Kirsch
July 15, 1968
|Died||January 11, 2020 (aged 51)|
|Occupation||Actor, screenwriter, director, acting coach|
Kirsch was born in New York City, New York. He began acting as a young child. His first acting job was at the age of 4 when he appeared in some Campbell's soup television commercials. Kirsch appeared in the short-lived Saturday morning TV series Riders in the Sky and on the soap opera General Hospital in 1992. He has made guest appearances in some TV shows including JAG, Family Law, and Friends.
His most notable role began in 1992 on Highlander: The Series as Richie Ryan. He left the show as a regular cast member in the fifth season finale in 1997, but he made one last guest appearance in the series finale episode, "Not To Be" which aired May 17, 1998.
Kirsch made his debut as director and producer with the film Straight Eye: The Movie in 2004. In 2008, he founded his own acting studio called Stan Kirsch Studios.
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- 1998: Reason Thirteen (Short) as Michael
- 1999: Shark in a Bottle as Punk #1
- 2000: The Flunky as Sammy Bestone
- 2004: Shallow Ground as Stuart Dempsey
- 2004: Straight Eye: The Movie (Short, writer, director) as Sonny
- 2005: Deep Rescue as Kevin
- 1991: Riders in the Sky as Axl (1991)
- 1992–1997: Highlander: The Series as Richie Ryan
- 1992: CBS Schoolbreak Special as Steve
- 1992: The Streets of Beverly Hills (TV Movie) as Kenny Street
- 1995: Friends as Ethan
- 1995: ABC Afterschool Special as Matt
- 1996-2001: JAG as Lieutenant Ferrari / Ensign Frank Cody
- 1996: Home Song (TV Movie) as Kent Arens
- 1998: The Sky's On Fire (TV Movie) as Chuck
- 1999: Love Boat: The Next Wave as Vince
- 2000: Family Law as Rick Quinn
- 2002: First Monday as David Dahl Washington Post Reporter
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