Stuart Pankin

Stuart Pankin (Filadélfia, 8 de abril de 1946) é um ator americano, mais conhecido por seus papéis cômicos. Na televisão, participou de âncora Bob Charles, em Não, Necessariamente, a Notícia, o Conde Sinclair em Dinossauros e Judeu Ortodoxo Ben Heineman em Curb your enthusiasm, bem como a realização de muitos artistas convidados e emprestar sua voz para a animação mostra. Entre os seus cerca de três dezenas de filmes de Hollywood Cavaleiros, e ele estrelou em Zenon: a Garota do Século 21 e suas seqüelas, como Comandante da Prancha. Ele também apareceu no Mel, nos Reduzida de nós Mesmos e Aracnofobia e como Jimmy em Atração Fatal.

Início da vidaEditar

Pankin, nasceu em Filadélfia, Pensilvânia, e participou do Dickinson College, onde ele era um membro da Sigma Alpha Epsilon, e da Universidade de Columbia.[1]

CarreiraEditar

Logo no início de sua carreira, Pankin freqüentemente realizado em São Vicente de Verão de Teatro e ainda retorna para realizar lá muitas vezes.[2] Ele também foi âncora do Bob Charles na HBO's Não Necessariamente a Notícia, reproduzida Earl Sinclair no sitcom da TV Dinossauros e o pai sobre a vida curta de comédia Quase Partiu.[3] Pankin desempenhou um Judeu Ortodoxo em Curb your enthusiasm. Pankin tem feito muitas participações especiais e emprestou sua voz para a animação mostra. Ele também apareceu em vários comerciais de TV.[carece de fontes?]

Um dos Pankin primeiras aparições foi como asmáticos músico/mago Duda Laywicker em Hollywood Cavaleiros. Entre os seus cerca de três dezenas de aparições em filmes, ele estrelou em Zenon: a Garota do Século 21, Zenon: A Zequel, e Zenon: Z3 como Comandante da Prancha. Ele também apareceu no Mel, nos Reduzida de nós Mesmos, como o irmão de Wayne Szalinski, e também co-estrelou como um dominador, auto-importante homem da lei no horror/comédia Aracnofobia.

Mais recentemente, Pankin também apareceu como um distraído professor em uma série de "edutainment", filmes em 3D (Encontro da Terceira Dimensão e Desventuras em 3D), projetado para grandes telas IMAX teatros. Ele tem sido um porta-voz em televendas, inclusive para o WalkFit Fase 4 Órteses inserção da sapata.[carece de fontes?]

Embora Pankin é conhecida por papéis cômicos e mostra de jogo de aparências (por exemplo, com O $100.000 Pirâmide), ele tem, por vezes, também tido papéis dramáticos, como Michael Douglas's do personagem amigo Jimmy, que tenta acertar no Glenn Close's personagem Adrian Lyne's hit thriller de Atração Fatal.

Pankin também apareceu no Ken Reid TV Conselheiro de Orientação podcast em 24 de janeiro de 2017.

Vida pessoalEditar

Pankin foi casado com a atriz Alegria Pankin desde 1974;[4][5] juntos, eles têm um filho.[6]

FilmografiaEditar

FilmeEditar

  • Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976) as Man at Party
  • Scavenger Hunt (1979) as Duane
  • The Hollywood Knights (1980)
  • Hangar 18 (1980) as Sam
  • Earthbound (1981) as Sweeney
  • Ajuste de Contas (1981) as Nicky LaBelle
  • Irreconcilable Differences (1984) as Ronnie
  • The Dirt Bike Kid (1985)
  • Fatal Attraction (1987) as Jimmy
  • Love at Stake (1988)
  • Second Sight (1989) as Preston Pickett
  • Arachnophobia (1990) as Sheriff Lloyd Parsons
  • Mannequin Two: On the Move (1991)
  • Life Stinks (1991) as Pritchard
  • The Silence of the Hams (1994) as Pete Putrid
  • Father and Scout (1994) (TV)
  • Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (1994) as Brother Timothy
  • I Love Trouble (1994) as Society Photographer
  • Beanstalk (1994) as The Giant
  • Congo (1995) as Boyd
  • Big Bully (1996) as Gerry
  • Napoleon (1996) as Perenti Lizard, Father Penguin (voice)
  • Striptease (1996) as Alan Mordecai
  • Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997) (V) as Gordon Szalinski
  • Babylon 5: The River of Souls (1998) (TV) as James Riley
  • Like Father Like Santa (1998) (TV) as Snipes
  • Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (1999) (TV) as Commander Edward Plank
  • Encounter in the Third Dimension (1999) as The Professor/M.A.X.
  • Zenon: The Zequel (2001) as Commander Edward Plank
  • D4G (2001) as Stuart Dofman
  • Now You Know (2002) as Mr. Victim
  • Misadventures in 3D (2003) as The Professor/M.A.X.
  • Miss Cast Away (2004) as Noah
  • Zenon: Z3 (2004) as Commander Edward Plank
  • An Accidental Christmas (2007) as Saul
  • A Woman in the West (2008) (Short) ... as Doctor Sedgewick
  • Public Interest (2008) as Charles Waterford
  • Dude, Where's My Bar? (2009) (Short) ... as Moe Green
  • Hopelessly In June (2011) as Francaise Flowers
  • The Artist (2011) as Director #1
  • Conjuring Orson (2014) (Film Short) as Eli Klein
  • Fat Zombie (2014) (Film Short) as Dr. Alastair Kruger
  • The Blinding (2015) as Dr. Plank
  • I Might Be Famous (2017) - Pat Wonders

TvEditar

  • Free to Be... You & Me (1974) (TV Movie) as Man in the maternity ward
  • The San Pedro Beach Bums (1977–1978) as Stuf
  • B.J. and the Bear (1979, 1980) (2 episodes) as Harvey Krepler, Mushroom
  • Barney Miller (1978, 1980) (2 episodes)
  • House Calls (1981) (1 episode)
  • CHiPs (1981) (2 episodes)
  • Benson (1981) (1 episode) as The Plumer
  • No Soap, Radio (1982) (5 episodes) as Tuttle
  • Strike Force (1982) (1 episode)
  • The Powers of Matthew Star (1982) (1 episode) as Bill Chambers
  • Trapper John, M.D. (1982, 1983, 1985) (3 episodes)
  • Matt Houston (1982–1984) (2 episodes) as Farley Ward, Minister
  • Trapper John, M.D. (1982–1985) (3 episodes) as August Havermeyer
  • Fame (1985) (1 episode)
  • Three's a Crowd (1985) (1 episode) as Alex Cummings
  • It's a Living (1985) (1 episode) as Jerry Wilson
  • Not Necessarily the News (1983–1985) as Bob Charles
  • Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1985) (1 episode) as Teller in red jacket
  • Night Court (1985–1991) (3 episodes) as Mr. Shoope, Doctor Adelman, Dr. Charles Melnick
  • The Golden Girls (1986) (1 episode)
  • Bamboozle (1986) as Himself
  • Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (1984, 1987) (2 episodes)
  • Family Ties (1987) (1 episode)
  • The New Hollywood Squares (1987) (3 episodes) as Himself
  • Super Password (1987–1988) (20 episodes) as Himself
  • Hooperman (1988, 1989) (2 episodes)
  • Who's the Baby (1988) TV Movie) as Himself
  • The 9th Annual CableACE Awards (1988) as Himself
  • The 2nd Annual American Comedy Awards (1988) as Himself
  • Nearly Departed (1989)
  • Who's the Boss? (1989) (1 episode)
  • Falcon Crest (1989)
  • It's Garry Shandling's Show (1989, 1990) (2 episodes)
  • Night Court (1985, 1987, 1991) (3 episodes)
  • The $10,000 Pyramid (1986–1991) (45 episodes) as Himself
  • Knots Landing (1991) (6 episodes) as Benny Appleman
  • Charlie Hoover (1991) (1 episode) as Ed
  • Dinosaurs (1991–1994) as Earl Sinclair (voice)
  • Shannon's Deal (1991) (1 episode) as Ted McCarthy
  • Knots Landing (1991) (9 episodes) as Benny Appleman
  • The Chuck Woolery Show (1991) (1 episode) as Himself
  • Animaniacs (1993) as Ed (voice)
  • The Commish (1993) (1 episode) as Mike Amador
  • Family Matters (1993) (1 episode) as Honest Bob
  • Bonkers (1993) (3 episodes) as Mammoth Mammoth, Pops Klock (voice)
  • Batman: The Animated Series (1994) (1 episode) as Condiment King (voice)
  • AAAHH!!!Real Monsters (1994) (1 episode) as Clancy, News Anchor (voice)
  • Aladdin (1994) (3 episodes) as Sultan Pasta Al-Dente (voice)
  • Father and Scout (1994) (TV Movie) as Aaron
  • Sisters (1995) (1 episode)
  • What-a-Mess (1995) (voice)
  • Sisters (1995) (1 episode) as Junior
  • The Mask: Animated Series (1995) as Buzz Stingman (voice)
  • Down, Out & Dangerous (1995) (TV Movie) as Calvin Burrows
  • University Hospital (1995) (1 episode) as Arnie Nicholson
  • Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher (1996–1997) as Kurt Fust
  • Bone Chillers (1996) (1 episode)
  • Deadly Games (1996) (1 episode)
  • Duckman (1996) (1 episode) (voice)
  • The Mask (1996 (2 episodes) as Stinger (voice)
  • Life with Louie (1996–1997) (2 episodes) as Flanngan
  • Quack Pack (1997) ( 1 episode) (voice)
  • Cow and Chicken (1997) (1 episode) as Chicken Walla, Mailman (voice)
  • The Angry Beavers (1997) (1 episode) as Distructo, Mailman (voice)
  • Ally McBeal (1998) (1 episode)
  • Hercules: The Animated Series (1998–1999) (3 episodes) (voice)
  • Like Father, Like Santa (1998) (TV Movie) as Snipes
  • For Your Love (1998–2000) as Mark
  • Suddenly Susan (1999) (1 episode)
  • The Brothers Flub (1999) (1 episode) (voice)
  • Batman Beyond (1999) (1 episode) as Key Negotiator (voice)
  • Mad About You (1999) (1 episode)
  • Superman: The Animated Series (1999) (1 episode) as Doctor Candy (voice)
  • Uncle Gus in: For the Love of Monkeys (1999) as Uncle Gus (voice)
  • Action (1999) (1 episode)
  • Walker, Texas Ranger (1999) (1 episode)
  • Phase 4 (2000) (TV Movie) as Himself
  • Malcolm in the Middle (2001) (1 episode)
  • Godzilla: The Series (2001) (1 episode) as Milo Sanders (voice)
  • Chasing Destiny (2001) (TV Movie) as Mike Ditlow
  • Dharma & Greg (1998, 2001) (3 episodes)
  • The Zeta Project (2001) (2 episodes) as Dr. Donald Tannor (voice)
  • The Hughleys (2001) (1 episode)
  • As Told by Ginger (2002) (1 episode) as Mr. Bowers (voice)
  • That's So Raven (2003–2004) (3 episodes) as Mr. Grozowtski
  • Higglytown Heroes (2004) (1 episode) as Bus Driver Hero (voice)
  • Walk Fit (2004) (TV Movie) as Himself
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm (2005) (2 episodes) as Ben Heineman
  • I Love the 80's 3-D (2005) (TV Documentary) as Himself
  • Boston Legal (2006) (1 episode)
  • Wagtail (2006) as Himself
  • On the Lot (2007)
  • State of Mind (2007) (1 episode)
  • The Suite Life on Deck (2008) (1 episode) as Simms
  • Splatter (2009) (TV Series) (1 episode) ad Dr. Bellows
  • Shake It Up! (2011) (TV Series) (1 episode) as Santa
  • A Christmas Wedding Date (2012) (TV Movie) as Santa Sam
  • Desperate Housewives (2012) (TV Series) (1 episode) as Patrick
  • All I Want for Christmas (2013) (TV Movie) as Lewis
  • Q N' A with Mikki and Shay (2014) (1 episode) as Himself
  • Girl Meets World (2015) (1 episode) as Principal Yancy
  • The Biz (2015) (TV Short)
  • You'll Be Fine (2015) (1 episode) as Dave
  • Underachievers (2016) (TV Short) as Principal Yancy

RadioEditar

  • Ken Reid's TV Conselheiro de Orientação Podcast (2017) como a Si mesmo

Prêmios e indicaçõesEditar

  • Cable Ace Award 1 Vitória (1987), 5 Nomeações (1989, 1987, 1985, 1984, 1983)
  • Eletrônico de Varejo Association (ERA) a Melhor Celebridade Apresentador (2006)

ReferênciasEditar

  1. Stuart Pankin Biography - Yahoo!
  2. «Cópia arquivada». Consultado em 8 de junho de 2017. Arquivado do original em 28 de setembro de 2011 
  3. Stuart Pankin (em inglês) no Internet Movie Database
  4. «Cópia arquivada». Consultado em 8 de junho de 2017. Arquivado do original em 28 de setembro de 2011 
  5. Stuart Pankin Biography - Yahoo!
  6. Stuart Pankin Biography - Yahoo!