Miles Dalby inspires his friend Joel to live a more carefree life by first sharing his personal wisdom with him and then forcing him out on a date with a call girl. Miles begins to regret his help when he ends up in a car being chased by a dangerous pimp and sees his friend start making some bad decisions.
While Curtis Armstrong’s film debut in Risky Business was a big deal, the following year he landed his most popular role as Dudley “Booger” Dawson in Revenge of the Nerds, a role he played in four films through 1994 that he landed also major roles in the cult classic Better Off Dead, its spiritual sequel One Crazy Summer and the hit television series Moonlighting.
Armstrong has appeared frequently in comedies like Jingle All the Way, Van Wilder and DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, as well as occasional dramas like musical biopic Ray and the critically acclaimed Akeelah and the Bee. On television, he landed recurring roles on The Closer, New Girl, and Supernatural. Armstrong is also a talented voice actor, providing his voice for Snot on American Dad!, Dan on Dan Vs., the titular robot in Robot and Monster, Ezekiel the Cockroach in Doom Patrol and Mr. Crummyham in Monsters at Work.