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Bobby Di Cicco (born 1955) is an American actor. He has starred in several films since the 1970s, but has mostly been involved in television work such as The A-Team. His early work includes the film 1941 by Steven Spielberg, in which he plays one of the main characters, 'Wally Stephens'. He also had a part in Samuel Fullers movie, The Big Red One, where he played a young private in the first squad. He was again a private in the 1990 comedy A Man Called Sarge. Bobby also gets credit for the classic line from the 1982 film Night Shift by Ron Howard, "Barney Rubble, what an actor". He had a major role co-starring with Michael Pare in the 1984 sci-fi cult film The Philadelphia Experiment.
He is the father of actress Jessica Di Cicco.
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|2005||The Real Glory: Reconstructing 'The Big Red One' as Himself|
|1994||Ghoulies IV as Scotty|
|1994||Killing Obsession as Pimp|
|1993||The Baby Doll Murders as Larry|
|1993||Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence as Bishop|
|1991||The Last Hour as Lombardi|
|1986||The Supernaturals as Pvt. Tim Cort|
|1985||Scandal Sheet as Platte|
|1984||Murder, She Wrote - (1 episode)|
|1984||The Philadelphia Experiment as Jim Parker|
|1984||Splash as Jerry|
|1984||Thieves After Dark as François|
|1982||Night Shift as Leonard|
|1980||The Big Red One as Pvt. Vinci, 1st Squad|
|1979||1941 as Wally Stephens|
|1978||I Wanna Hold Your Hand as Tony Smerko|