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Terry Serpico is the youngest of three children born into an army colonel's family. The family traveled throughout the United States and Europe while his father served for 26 years in the military. Although they moved quite frequently, Serpico was fortunate to stay in one place during his high school years; he discovered his love for acting after auditioning for a school play, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." He went on to major in theater at Boston University. Serpico's big break came in 1996 when he landed a role in the feature film "Donnie Brasco." His additional feature film credits include "Michael Clayton" opposite George Clooney, "The Departed," "Righteous Kill," starring Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro, "Ladder 49," "The Interpreter," "Hannibal" and "Conspiracy Theory." On television, Serpico has a recurring role on the FX series "Rescue Me." A few of his other television credits include guest-starring roles on "CSI: Miami," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," "Third Watch" and "Oz." Serpico currently resides in South Carolina with his wife and two children.