Garry is in his early thirties and is originally from New York City. He has been pursuing acting professionally for sixteen years. He studied with acting teachers in New York, and his theatre credits include Love Lost at the Westbank Theatre, Crazy Horse at the Players Loft, Mulberry Street at the Actors Playhouse, and Loose Ends at the Circle in the Square. His feature film credits include Men Lie, Copland, The Devil's Own, Carlito's Way, A Bronx Tale, GoodFellas, Do the Right Thing, Cocktail, and Prizzi's Honor. In television, Garry has been seen in Path to Paradise, Mistrial, Swift Justice, The Wright Verdicts, Loving, Ryan's Hope, and The Cosby Show.
I was always a child who would try to put on a show for family and friends. I love the act of entertaining and making people happy. In high school, one of my English teachers was also a drama teacher. He grabbed me after class one day and said, "You're very entertaining and you sing well! Why don't you be in one of my productions?" He had come to the battle of the bands and heard me sing. He said he was going to direct West Side Story, and asked if I would audition for it. I told him I wouldn't cut my hair, and he told me I would have to. Well,