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STEPHEN DORFF PHOTO SIGNED AUTOGRAPH SFW BLADE BACKBEAT

Dorff, Stephen Photo Signed Autograph Sfw Blade Backbeat
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Dorff, Stephen Photo Signed Autograph Sfw Blade Backbeat
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Dorff, Stephen Photo Signed Autograph Sfw Blade Backbeat
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO BY STEPHEN DORFF..

THIS IS A 8 INCH BY 10 INCH BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO SIGNED BY STEPHEN DORFF FROM THE MOVIE 'SFW'. CONDITION OF THE PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. to a Jewish father (composer Steve Dorff) and a Christian mother Nancy Dorff was raised in Los Angeles, where his father worked as a film composer. Stephen started acting in television, doing guest roles. He appeared in shows such as Diff'rent Strokes, Roseanne, Married With Children, Blossom and some television movies like In Love and War, I Know My First Name is Steven, A Son's Promise, Do You Know the Muffin Man? and What a Dummy.

Today, he is most famous for his part as the evil vampire Deacon Frost in the horror film Blade (1998). Fans of horror movies may remember him from The Gate (1987) (his first major film.) Dorff also played the role of transgendered Candy Darling in I Shot Andy Warhol (1996), a film about Valerie Solanas, the woman infamous for shooting pop-art icon Andy Warhol. He had to shave his legs and wax his eyebrows to play the part. In 1996 he starred in the movie Space Truckers (1996). It is said that he is most proud of the movie Backbeat (1994) for his role of Stuart Sutcliffe the fifth Beatle, "and not so proud of" Judgment Night (1993).[citation needed] In the 2005 film Shadowboxer, he appears in a full-frontal nude scene. He was also one of the first actors to act in the first digitally downloadable movie, SightSound.com's Quantum Project, also starring John Cleese. He is set to appear as the title role in a live action TV series of the comic/video game of XIII.

Dorff appeared in over 35 music videos. He starred in "Rollin'" by Limp Bizkit and Britney Spears' 2004 single "Everytime".