Cliff Curtis

actor and producer

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New Zealand actor and producer; star of The Dark Horse

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Actor Cliff Curtis has played a wide range of ethnicities in his career -- everything from an African American drug dealer in Bringing Out the Dead, to an Iraqi rebel in Three Kings,…

Cliff Curtis on 'The Dark Horse'

Actor Cliff Curtis has played a wide range of ethnicities in his career -- everything from an African American drug dealer in Bringing Out the Dead, to an Iraqi rebel in Three Kings,…

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