American actor Zareh Nicholas Chinlund was born on November 18, 1961. Chinlund received significant critical acclaim for his cameo appearance as serial killer Donnie Pfaster in the “Irresistible” episode of season two of The X-Files. He appeared in a minor capacity in Gilmore Girls’ second episode in 2000. He appeared in two Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes in 2000, “Listening to Fear” and “Into the Woods,” in a recurring character.
Chinlund has been in a number of independent films recently, most notably A Brother’s Kiss (1997). Seth Zvi Rosenfeld, a buddy from his youth who directed the movie, was also his executive producer. The setting for A Brother’s Kiss was the area where Chinlund and Rosenfeld were raised.
Who played Chief Doug Smith in The Sopranos?
Chief of the Mohunk Casino is Doug Smith. Due to his marriage, Doug has established rules that are applicable to Iroquois Natives despite his tenuous family ties to them. Doug is put in touch with Tony Soprano by Hesh Rabkin to attempt and resolve a race-related argument concerning Christopher Columbus Day. Tony’s team must visit Doug’s casino for a fully compensated visit, which Doug is powerless to resist. To attempt and get Frankie Valli to play the casino, he reaches out to Tony.