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Where Are They Now - Friday, August 7, 2015
It's time to find out what's new with actor Barry Newman. Newman has been in the acting business since 1960 and is well-known for his roles in the film Vanishing Point and the TV series Petrocelli. Let's learn more about his career and what he is doing now.
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Paul Williams: Multi-talented actor, songwriter and singer, appeared in the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies, wrote the theme song of the TV series "The Love Boat" and the songs "Evergreen" and "We've Only Just Begun", among many
Joel Grey: Most famous for playing the Emcee in the Broadway and movie versions of "Cabaret"
Joyce Brothers: Known as Dr. Joyce Brothers, pop culture psychologist and frequent talk show guest
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Learn More About Barry Newman on Celebrity Nooz
November 7, 1938, Boston, Massachusetts
CLAIM TO FAME:
He is known for his portrayal of Kowalski in the movie Vanishing Point, and for his title role in the 1970s television series Petrocelli.
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Newman decided to pursue acting after attending a class taught by Actors Studio mentor, Lee Strasberg.
He became well known for his role in the daytime drama The Edge of Night. In 1960, he had a role in the film Pretty Boy Floyd, but made his breakthrough as a cocky gonzo attorney in The Lawyer (1969). He reprised this character in the 1974 TV movie Night Games.
He was chosen to play Kowalski in the 1971 action film Vanishing Point. Although Newman was not director Richard C. Sarafian's original choice, the studio 20th Century Fox insisted on using him in the role. The film went on to garner a cult following over the years.
He later starred on the TV series Petrocelli as a big-city lawyer, a role which garnered him an Emmy nomination in 1975 and a Golden Globe in 1976. Newman returned to the stage when Petrocelli was canceled in 1976, appeared in several made-for-TV movies and in the Aaron Spelling "jiggle" series, Nightingales (1989).
Graduated from Brandeis University with an Anthropology degree.
Received a liberal education, including such subjects as Latin, Hebrew, and music.
Is the son of an Austrian father and Swedish mother.
WHERE IS HE NOW:
In 2009, he appeared in episodes of the TV series The Cleaner and Ghost Whisperer. He plays Bill Tannery in the 2015 comedy/drama Raise Your Kids on Seltzer.
2015 Raise Your Kids on Seltzer (completed)...Bill Tannery
2009 Ghost Whisperer (TV Series)...Ray James
- Till Death Do Us Start (2009)
2009 The Cleaner (TV Series)...Marcus O'Hara
- Hello America (2009)
2006 What the Bleep!?: Down the Rabbit Hole (Documentary)...Frank
2005 The O.C. (TV Series)...Professor Max Bloom
- The Lonely Hearts Club (2005)
- The Second Chance (2005)
- The Accomplice (2005)
2004 What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (Documentary)...Frank
2002 40 Days and 40 Nights...Dad
2001 True Blue...Monty
2001 Good Advice...Donald Simpson
2001 Jack the Dog...Simon
2000 G-Men from Hell...Greydon Lake
1999 Fugitive Mind (Video)...Dr. Chamberlain
1999 Bowfinger...Hal, Kit's Agent
1999 The Limey...Jim Avery
1999 Cupid (TV Series)...Bill Allen, Claire's Father
- Grand Delusions (1999)
1998 Brown's Requiem...Jack Skolnick
1994-1998 NYPD Blue (TV Series)...Mark Radner / Jimmy Wexler
- Top Gum (1998) ... Mark Radner
- A Sudden Fish (1994) ... Jimmy Wexler
1998 Goodbye Lover...Sen. Lassetter
1997 Next Year in Jerusalem...Avi
1996 Daylight...Norman Bassett
1988-1995 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)...Andrew Bascombe / Lt. Amos 'Jake' Ballinger / Ex-NYPD Lt. Ed McMasters
- Game, Set, Murder (1995) ... Andrew Bascombe
- Class Act (1989) ... Lt. Amos 'Jake' Ballinger
- Snow White, Blood Red (1988) ... Ex-NYPD Lt. Ed McMasters
1994 L.A. Law (TV Series)...Frank Askoff
- Whistle Stop (1994)
- How Am I Driving? (1994)
1994 MacShayne: Winner Takes All (TV Movie)...Andy Capasso
1993 Der blaue Diamant (TV Movie)...Axel Trank
1992 Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side (TV Movie)...Jason Rudd
1989 Nightingales (TV Series)...Dr. Garrett Braden
1986 My Two Loves (TV Movie)...Ben
1984 Fatal Vision (TV Movie)...Bernie Segal
1984 Second Sight: A Love Story (TV Movie)...Richard Chapman
1983 Quincy M.E. (TV Series)...Dr. Gabe McCracken
- The Cutting Edge (1983)
1982 ..Deadline.. (TV Movie)...Barney Duncan
1982 Having It All (TV Movie)...Peter Baylin
1982 Fantasies (TV Movie)...Detective Flynn
1981 Amy...Dr. Ben Corcoran
1980 King Crab (TV Movie)...Johnny Campana
1979 City on Fire...Dr. Frank Whitman
1977 Sex and the Married Woman (TV Movie)...Alan Fitch
1974-1976 Petrocelli (TV Series)...Anthony J. Petrocelli
1974 Night Games (TV Movie)...Anthony J. Petrocelli
1972 Fear Is the Key...John Talbot
1972 The Salzburg Connection...Bill Mathison
1971 Vanishing Point...Kowalski
1970 The Lawyer...Tony Petrocelli
1968 Get Smart (TV Series)...Assistant Guru
- The Groovy Guru (1968)
1964-1966 The Edge of Night (TV Series)...John Barnes
- Episode dated 15 April 1966 (1966)
- Episode #1.2280 (1964)
1963 The Moving Finger
1963 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
- Secret Document X256 (1963)
1963 Naked City (TV Series)...Cabby
- Beyond This Place There Be Dragons (1963)
1961 'Way Out (TV Series)...Police Officer
- Hush-Hush (1961)
1960 Pretty Boy Floyd...Al Riccardo
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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Paul Williams - ALIVE
Joel Grey - ALIVE
Joyce Brothers - DEAD
Born: 09/20/1927 Died: 05/13/2013
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