My brothers and I would go on evening walks and thrash out story ideas," his brother Pat Jankiewicz said Thursday. "To say it was a shock was an understatement." He had screened the haze for about 75 students in a Psychology and the Movies class and
Jankiewicz, 49, wrote the 1997 motion picture, starring John Cusack, who played a professional assassin returning to Grosse Pointe for his 10-year dear school reunion. "He was always very proud of being from Michigan," his brother Pat Jankiewicz, a freelance
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Pat Jankiewicz, Actor: The Rundown. Pat Jankiewicz was born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He is an actor and litt, known for The Rundown (2003), K-PAX (2001) and ...
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