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Afterwards, Franz became a postman — and, by his own admission, not a very good one. Short and scrappy, he decided to become a character actor, making the rounds of Windy City casting agencies in search of film work. Franz made his film debut in a bit part in De Palma’s The Fury (1978). He made his TV debut as beat cop Joe Gilland in the 1982 TV series Chicago Story. Franz went on to become a “regular” in the various projects of producer Steven Bochco, playing baseball coach Angelo Carbone on the four-episode Bay City Blues (1983), and two different roles — unscrupulous detective Sal Benedetto and streetwise lieutenant Norman Buntz — on the popular Hill Street Blues. An attempt to capitalize on his Hill Street fame led to the short-lived 1987 series Beverly Hills Buntz. In 1993, Dennis Franz was back with Bochco on the controversial series NYPD Blue; once again, he played a cop, this time a recovering alcoholic trying to reassemble his shattered personal life and career.
His gritty portrayal of Detective Andy Sipowicz is considered his best role and has won Franz two Emmy awards. While primarily a television actor, Franz has appeared in numerous feature films and has worked with such esteemed directors as Brian De Palma and Robert Altman. As with his television career, he is frequently cast as a police officer. Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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