Michael David Rapaport is an actor, director and comedian. He has acted in more than forty films since the early 1990s. For his television credits he's best known for his roles on the television series Boston Public, Prison Break, Friends, and The War at Home.
On April 17, 2014 an ESPN 30 for 30 film he directed premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival sponsored by AT&T. The film was about the 1970's championship winning New York Knicks led by Earl Monroe, Walt Frazier, and Willis Reed.