Hailing from Argentina, actor Zitto Kazann first started working in theatrical productions in Buenos Aires. His passion for acting, especially in theater projects, led him to New York. Kazann was fortunate enough to study under Meisner Technique developer Sanford Meisner and director and acting coach Milton Katselas, who has trained Alec Baldwin, George Clooney, and Gene Hackman, among others. Prior to beginning his film and television career, Kazann appeared on Broadway alongside "Casablanca" star Ingrid Bergman. Kazann began appearing in film and television series during the 1970s. His first film role was in Robert Ellis Miller's "The Girl from Petrovka," starring Goldie Hawn and Hal Holbrook. He continued acting in small roles in "Lepke," "The Swinging Barmaids," and "Beyond Evil." Kazann is probably most recognized for his film work in the '90s, which included appearances in "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" and "Waterworld." His later films include "Price of Glory," "Thirteen Days," and "Criminal." Kazann has also done plenty of TV work, appearing on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Arrested Development," and "Melrose Place," to name just a few.