Why Detective Kreps from Only Murders in the Building Season 2 looks so familiar

Michael Rapaport has worked hard on funny TV shows and movies, playing everyone from cops to best friends. However, from time to time he has to step into a darker, more subtle role. That opportunity came from his guest appearance on the fifth season of the FX crime series Exonerated, based on the works and characters of Elmore Leonard. In the series, Rapaport played Daryl Crow Jr., head of the infamous Crow crime family in Florida. Like many criminals throughout the series, Daryl eventually sees his life end in a violent and premature fashion. While Rapaport delivered another typically memorable performance, not all viewers were thrilled with his Southern-accented, one-way effort. Difficultpraising Rapaport’s acting skills, but also noting that his “New York aesthetic” did not suit this particular character.

However, Daryl is a nice addition to Rapaport’s gallery of scum, and no matter how you feel about the aforementioned accent, he remains one of the most memorable con artists to appear on the show.

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