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Chris Mulkey, who stars in Bad Business as the Hitman, has appeared in more than 50 feature films, including the
1992 Sundance Film Festival Winner, Patti Rocks, which co-starred
his real-life wife Karen Landry.
Chris may be best known as the career criminal on David Lynch's "Twin Peaks,"or as Denny, the super cop, in the highly praised Fox comedy "Bakersfield P.D.". His many television appearances include "Grace Under Fire," "Civil Wars," The Twighlight Zone," and "Thirtysomething," as well as Television movies such as the Emmy-winning "Roe vs. Wade," "Drug Wars," "The Judds," and "Texas Justice."
He can currently be seen in Lifetime Cable Channel's weekly dramatic series "ANY DAY NOW ", in which he co-stars with Annie Potts. Chris can also be seen in the soon to be released Alison Anders "Sugartown."
His film career in includes "Rambo - First Blood," "48 Hours," "Runaway," "The Hidden," "Gas, Food and Lodging," and from his starring roles in "Patti Rocks" and "Ghost in the Machine."
Besides starring in "BAD BUSINESS" as Vic Bolsa , the hit-man looking to get out; Chris's most recent film work includes "Foxfire,", "Amanda - 18 Hands," John Woo's "Broken Arrow ", Tony Scott's "The Fan" with Robert De Niro, and Warren Beatty's "Bullworth."
In addition to having co-written "BAD BUSINESS" with Murray Mintz, Chris also co-wrote the screenplay for the New World release of "Patti Rocks." His present projects include the screenplays "The Last Working Man In America" with Academy Award winner Bill Guttentag and "Bogman" with Karen Landry, his "Patti Rocks"co-writer and co-star.