Steve Susskind was known for his funny antics, a trait that always stood out throughout his film career. Susskind started his acting career landing roles in such films as the horror sequel "Friday the 13th - Part 3" (1982) with Dana Kimmell, the William Katt horror feature "House" (1986) and "Sing" (1989) with Lorraine Bracco. He also appeared in "Star Trek V: the Final Frontier" (1989) and the crime feature "Sea of Love" (1989) with Al Pacino. He also starred in the TV movies "In the Arms of a Killer" (NBC, 1991-92) and "Witch Hunt" (HBO, 1994-95). He also worked in television around this time, including a part on "Cybill" (CBS, 1994-98). In the nineties and the early 2000s, Susskind lent his talents to projects like "Teen Angel" (ABC, 1997-98), "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer" (UPN, 1998-99) and the John Goodman and Billy Crystal smash hit "Monsters, Inc." (2001). His credits also expanded to "Catch That Kid" with Kristen Stewart (2004) and the Will Smith and Robert De Niro box office smash "Shark Tale" (2004). Susskind last appeared on "VH1 InsideOut: Joey Pants" (VH1, 2004-05). Susskind passed away in January 2005 at the age of 63.