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Slim (Stephen Dorff), Frank (Steven McCarthy), Otis (Cle Bennett) and Alex (Karen Cliche) are a group of youthful bank robbers who commit their crimes anonymously and in innovative ways involving extreme sports such as skating and snowboarding. Led by Lieutenant Macgruder (Bruce Payne) The group evades capture from the police, but an anonymous individual seems to know who they are and threatens to inform the police unless they undertake a robbery for him. Enter the Mafia, represented by underworld enforcer Surtayne (Steven Berkoff), who instructs the group to work for them also or they will all be killed. Slim becomes romantically involved with Karen (Natasha Henstridge), a detective who distrusts Macgruder, and to save her and his friends escape from the threat of the anonymous man and the Mafia, Slim concocts a daring robbery.
Dorff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the son of Nancy and Steve Dorff, who is a composer and music producer.
His father is Jewish, and his mother was Catholic, and Dorff has stated that he was “kinda brought up half-Jewish”. Dorff’s brother is the late Andrew Dorff who was a country music songwriter.
He was raised in Los Angeles, where his father worked, and began acting as a child, appearing in commercials for Kraft and Mattel. Dorff attended several private schools, and was expelled from five of them.
Dorff started acting in the late 1980s, landing only minor roles at first. He made guest appearances in television programs such as Diff’rent Strokes, Blossom, Roseanne, Married… with Children. He appeared in the television movies In Love and War, I Know My First Name is Steven and What a Dummy. Dorff’s first major film role was in The Gate (1987), a horror film about a boy who, along with a friend, discovers a hole in his back yard that is a gateway to Hell. In 1992, he starred in The Power of One opposite Sir John Gielgud, Morgan Freeman, and Daniel Craig. In 1993, director Marty Callner hired him to star alongside teen idol Alicia Silverstone in the music video Cryin’ by American rock band Aerosmith. He had a leading role as the love interest of Reese Witherspoon’s character in S.F.W. (1994).
In 1996, he starred in the movie Space Truckers and as Candy Darling in I Shot Andy Warhol, a film about Valerie Solanas, the woman infamous for shooting pop-art icon Andy Warhol. He was one of the first actors to act in the first digitally downloadable movie, SightSound.com’s Quantum Project, also starring John Cleese. He played the protagonist, XIII, of a live action TV series of the comic/video game of XIII. He is known for his part as the evil vampire Deacon Frost in the Marvel Comics superhero horror film, Blade (1998).
He played Dale Massie in the 2003 thriller Cold Creek Manor, alongside Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone. In 2010, he starred in the drama Somewhere opposite Elle Fanning, directed by Sofia Coppola. In an interview with The Chic Spy, he described what landing the role meant to him after the loss of his mother, “It almost felt like a savior, this movie, because I felt like it helped me … I was real empty inside so this was an incredible thing that made me smile.” In 2004, Dorff starred in the music video for “Everytime” by Britney Spears, playing Spears’ boyfriend. He appeared in the 2009 films Public Enemies and Black Water Transit. Dorff appeared as porn star Dick Shadow in the sex industry comedy Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star, a film produced by Adam Sandler, who also co-wrote the screenplay.
Recently, Dorff has appeared in television and print advertisements for blu eCigs, an electronic cigarette company. However, despite being diagnosed with emphysema he admitted in November 2013 that he still smokes regular cigarettes.
In 2013, he was a guest of honor on 6th Off Plus Camera Dorff also starred in The Motel Life opposite Emile Hirsch, Dakota Fanning and Kris Kristofferson and in the crime drama films Officer Downe. In March 2015, he earned the role as Texas Ranger Hal Hartman in the Texas Chain Saw Massacre prequel Leatherface.