CONRAD GOODE plays Max, a kidnapper who reveals a softer side in his relationship with his young kidnap victim.
At 6 foot, 5 inches, Goode cuts an impressive figure on screen. He most recently appeared in "Tomcats," "Highway" and "New Guy." He has also been seen in "Seventh Veil," "Me, Myself & Irene," "Two Guys and a Girl," "Made Men," "Ringmaster," "Con Air," "Beverly Hills Ninja," Sex and the Other Man" and "Bulletproof."
Born and raised in Missouri, Goode attended the University of Missouri, from where, in 1984 the All-American Football Player was drafted into the NFL (National Football League). He played with the Giants and the Buccaneers between 1984 and 1988, when he retired.
Goode got into acting after a New York agent saw his photo in a program. He landed his first national commercial in 1986, then moved on to music videos,
a television special and an appearance on "Saturday Night Live." By 1991, Goode had decided to pursue a full-time acting career, and moved to Los Angeles to study drama. He earned a living working on commercials until he made his television debut in "New Eden," starring Stephen Baldwin, in 1993.
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