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  • Real name : John Aquino
  • Place of birth : Brooklyn
  • Date of birth : 14/04/1958

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John D'Aquino (1958)

John Aquino

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John D'Aquino is a Canadian-American actor who is perhaps best known for his role as Lt. Benjamin Krieg in the NBC TV series seaQuest DSV during the show's first season, a role he later reprised in the third season and President Richard Martinez in the Disney Channel Original Series Cory in the House.

D'Aquino was born John Aquino in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York.

He has made guest appearances in a number of notable television series including Baywatch, Matlock, Melrose Place, Murder, She Wrote, Seinfeld, Sliders, Quantum Leap, Xena: Warrior Princess, Crossing Jordan, Hannah Montana, Monk, Shake It Up, and a few others. He has also had recurring roles in 3rd Rock from the Sun as Tommy's school teacher Kevin Randell, JAG as news reporter Stuart Dunston, and co-starred in Comedy Central's That's My Bush! as Larry O'Shea. He also guest starred on Disney's Shake It Up in the episode, "Glitz It Up" as Dina's strict, rich father.

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