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Arthur Sherman rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Sherman's career beginnings included film roles in the action movie "The Chain Reaction" (1980) with Steve Bisley, the comedy "Norman Loves Rose" (1982) with Carol Kane and the dramatic sports film "Phar Lap" (1983) with Tom Burlinson. He went on to act in "Death of a Soldier" (1986) with James Coburn, "Lorca and the Outlaws" (1987) and "A Dangerous Life" (1988-89). He also appeared in the Dolph Lundgren action picture "The Punisher" (1989). Later in his career, Sherman acted in the Barry "Dame Edna" Humphries comedy "Les Patterson Saves the World" (1990).

Arthur Sherman rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Sherman's career beginnings included film roles in the action movie "The Chain Reaction" (1980) with Steve Bisley, the comedy "Norman Loves Rose" (1982) with Carol Kane and the dramatic sports film "Phar Lap" (1983) with Tom Burlinson. He went on to act in "Death of a Soldier" (1986) with James Coburn, "Lorca and the Outlaws" (1987) and "A Dangerous Life" (1988-89). He also appeared in the Dolph Lundgren action picture "The Punisher" (1989). Later in his career, Sherman acted in the Barry "Dame Edna" Humphries comedy "Les Patterson Saves the World" (1990).

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DIRECTOR:

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  Spy Trap (1988) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Punisher, The (1991) Drunk
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 Les Patterson Saves the World (1990) General Evans
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 Lorca and the Outlaws (1987) Controller
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 Death of a Soldier (1986) Us Army Prosecutor
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 Phar Lap (1983) American Reporter
6.
 Norman Loves Rose (1982) Presser
7.
 Chain Reaction, The (1980) Byron Langley
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