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Born: October 22, 1938 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Stamford, Connecticut, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1958:
Moved to New York at age 20 (date approximate)
1973:
Appeared off-Broadway in "Kaspar," winning an OBIE and a Drama Desk Award
1975:
Feature film debut playing one of the inmates in Milos Forman's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" opposite Jack Nicholson
1976:
Played Czar Alexander I in the PBS miniseries "The Adams Chronicles"
1977:
Acted opposite Meryl Streep in Broadway production of "Happy End"
1978:
"Goin' South" reteamed him with Nicholson and De Vito
1978:
Starred as 'Reverend Jim' Ignatowski in the classic TV sitcom "Taxi" (ABC); joined as regular cast member in second season; won two Emmy Awards
1978:
TV miniseries debut, "The Word" (CBS)
1978:
TV movie debut, "Lacy and the Mississippi Queen" (NBC)
1984:
Appeared as Phillip Semenka on two-part episode of "Cheers" (NBC)
1984:
Played the villain (Jim Ignatowski goes Klingon) in "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock"
1985:
Portrayed Professor Plum in "Clue," based on the play inspired by the board game
1985:
First collaboration with director Robert Zemeckis and screenwriter Bob Gale, "Back to the Future" as Doc Emmett L. Brown opposite Michael J. Fox's Marty McFly
1986:
Teamed with Zemeckis and Gale for the "Go to the Head of the Class" episode of NBC's "Amazing Stories"
1988:
Portrayed Judge Doom in Zemeckis' "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"
1989:
Reprised Doc Brown in "Back to the Future II"
1989:
Returned to the loony bin as self-serious tidiness freak of "The Dream Team"
1990:
Returned as Brown for "Back to the Future III"
1991:
Provided the voice of Dr. Emmett Brown and appeared in live-action intros and epilogues for the animated series "Back to the Future" (CBS): reprised the character for the Universal Studios' theme park attraction "Back to the Future...The Ride"
1991:
Played Uncle Fester in "The Addams Family," a featured based on the 1960s ABC series
1992:
Won his third Emmy for guest appearance on Disney's "Avonlea"
1993:
Won an Independent Spirit Award for his outstanding supporting portrayal of a well-spoken, purposeful stick-up man in "Twenty Bucks"; Endre Bohem wrote the original screenplay in 1935, and his son Leslie rewrote it and saw it into production
1993:
Reprised Uncle Fester for "Addams Family Values"
1994:
Portrayed Al the Angel for "Angels in the Outfield"
1995:
Played Pieces, a porno projectionist with leprosy whose toes and other parts are falling off in "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead"
1995:
Acted in the first interactive film "Mr. Payback"; directed by Bob Gale
1995:
Landed role as the villainous Sebastian Jackal on UPN's "Deadly Games," executive produced by Leonard Nimoy
1996:
Made his CD-ROM game debut in the interactive "Toonstruck," reprising his Judge Doom character from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"
1996:
Executive produced Tiffanie DeBartolo's feature directing debut "Dream for an Insomniac"
1997:
Provided voice of Rasputin for animated feature "Anastasia"
1997:
Reprised Al for "The Wonderful World of Disney" (ABC) presentation of "Angels in the Endzone"
1998:
Starred in Bob Clark's "The Ransom of Red Chief," a "Wonderful World of Disney" remake of the O. Henry story
1998:
Acted in the off-Broadway revival of "Waiting for Godot"
1999:
Reteamed with Michael J. Fox for the "Back to the Future IV: Judgment Day" episode of the ABC sitcom "Spin City"
1999:
Portrayed Uncle Martin in "My Favorite Martian," the feature version of the 1960s CBS sitcom
1999:
Played the White Knight in the NBC movie adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland"
1999:
Reteamed with Clark for "Baby Geniuses" opposite Kathleen Turner
1999:
Appeared as himself in Milos Forman's "Man on the Moon," the biopic of Lloyd's "Taxi" cohort Andy Kaufman
2001:
Played supporting role in the HBO adaptation of "Wit"
2001:
Starred opposite Holland Taylor in a Los Angeles production of Yasmina Reza's play "The Unexpected Man"
2005:
Cast in the Fox series "Stacked" opposite Pamela Anderson
2006:
Cast in Showtime's "Masters of Horror" anthology series
2008:
Voiced the character of Hovis in the animated fantasy film "The Tale of Despereaux"
2010:
Acted opposite Elisabeth Shue in the action thriller "Piranha 3D"
2011:
Cast as The Wizard of Oz in the Syfy miniseries "The Witches of Oz"
2012:
Returned for the thriller sequel "Piranha 3DD"

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