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(1958 - 1975) 2 children
(7 October 1979 - present)
Biography from Leonard Maltin's Movie Encyclopedia:
A Tony Award-winning veteran of the New York musical theater ("The Fantasticks," "42nd Street"), this quintessentially Noo Yawk character actor made his film debut in 1958's Cop Hater and later became a staple on episodic television. Usually cast as double-dealers, gangsters, or cops, he offered memorable support in 1981's Prince of the City 1986's F/X and 1989's Crimes and Misdemeanors He took the leading role in a movie just once, in the adaptation of Jimmy Breslin's The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight (1971). He has since costarred in several TV series, including "The Law and Harry McGraw" (1987-88, a spinoff from "Murder, She Wrote") and "Law and Order" (1993- ), in which he replaced Paul Sorvino.