George Wyner

 

Date Of Birth

October 20, 1945,
 

Biography

Born on October 20, 1945, George Wyner is an actor who is most noted for his role as A.D.A. Irwin Bernstein on Hill Street Blues. He has, however, appeared in more than 100 TV series including ER, Nip/Tuck, The West Wing, Hawaii Five-O, Days of our Lives and Stargate SG-1, just to name a few.

Wyner, who earned his drama degree at Syracuse University in 1968, has also graced the silver screen as Marvin Gillet on Fletch and the sequel Fletch Lives, as the camp director on American Pie 2, as Meisel on The Devil's Advocate and as Rabbi Nachtner on A Serious Man. Most recently, though, he was cast as Richard on the TV Land sitcom Retired at 35.
 

Place of Birth

Boston, Massachusetts, USA
 

Birth Name

George Wyner
 

Gender

Male
 

Fun Facts

-He has been married to Kathleen Jacobs since 1973.

-His father Edward founded Boston's Ritz Carlton Hotel
 

Awards

None
 

Filmography

To Be or Not to Be as Ratkowski
Spaceballs as Col. Sandurz
My Favorite Year as Myron Fein
Fletch as Marvin Gillet (a.k.a. "Arnold T. Pants, Esq.")
Fletch Lives as Marvin Gillet
The Postman as Benning Mayor
American Pie 2 as the Camp Director
The Devil's Advocate as Meisel
A Serious Man as Rabbi Nachtner
The Bad News Bears as White Sox coac
 

Nickname

None
 

Height

6' 1" (1.85 m)
 

Quotes

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