George Wyner is a successful character actor, often appearing in supporting roles. Wyner's big break came with a one-off part in the classic sitcom "The Odd Couple." While he's been in dozens and dozens of television shows throughout his career, he is best known for playing Assistant D.A. Irwin Bernstein in the acclaimed 1980s police drama "Hill Street Blues." Wyner landed the role due to his acquaintance with producer Steven Bochco, and it led to other parts on the shows "Doogie Howser, M.D., "L.A. Law," and "NYPD Blue." During the '70s and '80s, Wyner worked constantly, appearing in films such as the Chevy Chase hits "Fletch" and "Fletch Lives," and Mel Brooks' "Spaceballs." He also had brief roles on "The Bob Newhart Show," "Hawaii Five-O," "All in the Family," and others. Later on, Wyner had supporting parts in the hit films "The Devil's Advocate," "The Postman," and "American Pie 2," and can also be seen in the popular series "House M.D.," "Desperate Housewives," and "Bones."