TOMMY LEE Makes Full-Fledged Acting Debut: Video Available
A video clip of former MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee making his full-fledged acting debut in the upcoming film "10th & Wolf", in which he plays a supporting part as a clueless club bouncer called Jimmy Tats, has been posted online at MTV.com.
Based on a real-life mob war in Philadelphia that took place during the late '80s and early '90s, "10th & Wolf" (which was actually shot in Pittsburgh) follows the attempts of one mob family to wrest control of a piece of turf when the head of the another mob family is incarcerated. The cast also includes Giovanni Ribisi, Dennis Hopper, Val Kilmer, Piper Perabo, Dash Mihok, Lesley Ann Warren and Brian Dennehy.
"I just did this role with some amazing actors," Lee told MTV.com. "[Ribisi] is amazing. It's really hard-core, kind of violent. You'll have to look for it. They're just about done shooting it."
The film is currently in post-production, with a scheduled release in 2006.
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