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Bruce Weitz
American actor

Bruce Weitz

Bruce Weitz
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro American actor
Was Actor Television actor Film actor
From United States of America
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 27 May 1943, Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
Death Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
Star sign Gemini
Family
Spouse: Cecilia Hart (1971-1982)
Education
Ransom Everglades School
Awards
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series 1984
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Bruce Peter Weitz (born May 27, 1943) is an American actor who is perhaps best known for his role as Sgt. Michael "Mick" Belker in the NBC police drama Hill Street Blues, which ran from 1981 until 1987. Weitz won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 1984 for his role in the series.

Biography

Early life

Weitz was born in Norwalk, Connecticut, the son of Sybil (née Rubel), a homemaker, and Joseph Weitz, who owned a liquor store.

Career

Weitz appeared in the 1998 film Deep Impact and also appeared in the films Half Past Dead and El Cortez. His guest appearances on television include NYPD Blue, Quincy, Midnight Caller, Sisters, Superman: The Animated Series as Bruno Mannheim, JAG, The X-Files, The West Wing, and Highlander: The Series. Weitz portrayed Anthony Zacchara on General Hospital from 2007-12.

Personal life

Weitz married actress Cecilia Hart in 1971; they divorced in 1980. Weitz has been married to Vivian Davis since 1986; they have one son. In 2001, Weitz was named honorary mayor of Reseda, Los Angeles.

Selected filmography

  • The Young and the Restless (April 17–19, 2013) as Barry
  • Imps* (2009) as Larry
  • CSI (2008) (Ep. "The Happy Place") as Leon Slocomb
  • Quality Time (2008) as Jack Savage
  • Triloquist (2008) as Dummy (voice)
  • General Hospital (October 19 - November 2007; January - March 2, 2008; July 10, 2009; August 13, 2009; September 2009–July 26, 2012) as Anthony Zacchara
  • Dexter (2007) (Ep. "Morning Comes") as Lenny Asher
  • The Dukes (2007) as Toulio
  • Though None Go with Me (2006) as Will Bishop
  • Ghost Whisperer (2005) (Ep. "Lost Boys") as Tobias Northrop
  • Grey's Anatomy (2005) (Ep. "If Tomorrow Never Comes") as Edward Levangie
  • Dinocroc (2004) as Dr. Campell
  • Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (2004) (Ep. "The Mentor") as Wes Kenner
  • The Practice (2003) (Ep. "Rape Shield") as D.A. Robert Webb
  • ER (2003) (4 episodes) as Alderman John Bright
  • The Guardian (2002–2003) (2 episodes) as Jake's Father
  • Judging Amy (2002–2003) (5 episodes) as Martin
  • Third Watch (2002) (Ep. "Two Hundred and Thirty-Three Days") as Uncle Mike
  • Half Past Dead (2002) as Lester McKenna
  • Mach 2 (2001) as Phil Jefferson
  • Focus (2001)
  • The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: The Legend of Grimace Island (1999) as Blather (voice) (Direct-to-video)
  • Deep Impact (1998)
  • Velocity Trap (1997)
  • NYPD Blue (1996) S4 E6 Yes Sir, That's My Baby as Lawrence Curry
  • Superman: The Animated Series (1996-1998) (4 Episodes) as Bruno Mannheim (voice)
  • Her Hidden Truth (1995) as Lt. Ricky Levine
  • Prehysteria! 3 (1995) as Hal MacGregor
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (1995) (2 Episodes) as Luxor, Porg (voice)
  • The X-Files (1995) (Ep. "Irresistible") as Moe Bocks
  • Batman: The Animated Series (1994) (Ep. "Lock-Up") as Lock-Up (voice)
  • The Byrds of Paradise (1994) as Dr. Murray Rubenstein
  • Highlander: The Series (1994) (Ep. "The Fighter") as Tommy Sullivan
  • The Liars' Club (1993) as Jack
  • Anything but Love (1991–1992) as Mike Urbanek
  • Rainbow Drive (1990) as Dan Crawford
  • Midnight Caller (1989) (Ep. "Mercy Me") as Ed Adderly
  • Mama's Boy (1987–1988) as Jake McCaskey
  • Hill Street Blues (1981–1987) as Detective Michael "Mick" Belker
  • Death of a Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story (1981) as Paul Snider
  • Happy Days (1978) as Robert Clark
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