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Born: December 22, 1936 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1996:
Acted in the Marshall comedy "Dear God"
1998:
Appeared as Dr Phillip Watters in an episode of the CBS drama "Early Edition"
1988:
Featured as yet another cop in the ABC movie "Addicted to His Love"
1984:
Had small role in Marshall's comedy "The Flamingo Kid"
1975:
Had small role in the NBC TV movie "Columbo: A Case of Immunity"
1972:
Had small roles in the films "Pocket Money" and "Deadhead Miles"
2010:
Joined an ensemble cast for the Garry Marshall-directed romantic comedy "Valentine's Day"
1969:
Made Broadway debut in "The Great White Hope," opposite James Earl Jones
1983:
Moved to Los Angeles
1982:
Offered hilarious turn as a drag queen in Garry Marshall's "Young Doctors in Love"
1991:
Played a coach in the football comedy "Nescessary Roughness"
1980:
Played Det. Sergeant Dan 'The Bean' Delgado in the TV series, "Freebie and the Bean"
1994:
Played Dr. Phillip Watters on the CBS medical drama series, "Chicago Hope"; nominated for Emmy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 1995, 1996 and 1998; won in 1997
1985:
Portrayed District Attorney Jesse Steinberg on TV series, "Foley Square"
1961:
Stage debut in Equity Library Theatre production of "Mr. Roberts"
2001:
Starred opposite Raquel Welch in "Tortilla Soup," a remake of "Eat Drink Man Woman" re-set in the Latino community of L.A.
1999:
Stole scenes as the new husband of Gere's ex-wife in the blockbuster romantic comedy "Runaway Bride"
1992:
Voiced the character of Sheldon Fallbrook on "Batman: The Animated Series"
2007:
Cast in the Garry Marshall-directed dark comedy "Georgia Rule"
1993:
Earned Emmy Award nomination for his supporting role in the American Playhouse production of "Mrs. Cage"
1964:
Film debut "The Fat Black Pussycat"
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Grew up on Manhattan's Upper West Side
1980:
Had a small role in "American Gigolo" as a detective; first pairing with Richard Gere
2007:
Had a supporting role in Gabriel Garcia Márquez's "Love in the Time of Cholera"
1987:
Had bit part as skipper of a garbage scow in the Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell starrer "Overboard"; directed by Marshall
1999:
Had featured role in "The Other Sister," Marshall's tale of a young developmentally disabled couple in love
1948:
Landed a recurring role on the children's TV series, "Oky Doky Ranch"
1965:
Off-Broadway debut, "Kill the One-Eyed Man"
1981:
Played a cop in the thriller "The Fan"
1983:
Played Captain Louis Renault in the short-lived NBC series "Casablanca"
1987:
Played Dave Whitman in the Fox TV series "Down and Out in Beverly Hills"
1992:
Starred as Sandy Stern in the ABC miniseries "The Burden of Proof"
1983:
Starred in the NBC movie "Women of San Quentin"
1986:
Third comedy with Marshall, "Nothing in Common"
1947:
TV debut, "The Wendy Barrie Show"
1971:
Won an OBIE Award for his outstanding performance as God in the guise of a Puerto Rican bath attendant in "Steambath"
:
Acted with the Theatre Company of Boston in "Armstrong's Last Goodnight" and "So Proudly We Hail"
1994:
Appeared as Dr. Watters on an episode of the TV series "Picket Fences"
1969:
Appeared in "The Vixens"
1959:
Danced with the Ballet Arts Company of Carnegie Hall
1991:
Featured as the owner of the diner where "Frankie and Johnny" work in Marshall's thoughtful romance, starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer
1994:
Lent voice to the character Malcho on the CBS syndicated cartoon series "Disney's Aladdin"
1977:
Nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his performance in "Sly Fox," opposite Jackie Gleason
2001:
Once again worked with Garry Marshall, playing the head of security for the monarch of a small country in the comedy "The Princess Diaries"
1990:
Played Hasan Demir in the TNT production "Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files"
1976:
Played Pancho Villa in the ABC film "Wanted: The Sundance Woman"
1994:
Played small role as the rich man who trains a vulnerable Dana Delaney to be a dominatrix in Marshall's unpopular S&M comedy "Exit to Eden"
1976:
Starred as Abraham Rodriguez in TV series, "Popi"
1990:
Updated the fairy godmother role in Marshall's blockbuster modern Cinderella tale "Pretty Woman"; second film with Gere
2004:
Again played head of security for the monarch in "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement"
1984:
Directorial debut, TV series, "aka Pablo" (also star)
1994:
Had featured role in unecessary sequel "Beverly Hills Cop III"
1989:
Had small role in "Leviathan"
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Played conga drums in a New York nightclub
1996:
Played himself on an episode of the CBS comedy "Murphy Brown," where Marshall had a regular co-starring role
2011:
Co-starred with Tim Allen on ABC sitcom "Last Man Standing"
2011:
Cast in the ensemble romantic comedy "New Year's Eve," directed by Garry Marshall; Elizondo, Ashton Kutcher, and Jessica Biel were the only actors from "Valentine's Day" to return, but playing different characters

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