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Clarence Felder (born September 2, 1938) is an American character actor who starred in films and on television and co-starred in ten Broadway productions.

Clarence's first feature film was in the 1974 movie Man on a Swing, his other films include After Hours (1985), Ruthless People (1986), The Hidden (1987), The Last Boy Scout (1991), and The Ride (1997). He stars in the award-winning feature film, All for Liberty (2009) portraying his ancestor, Captain Henry Felder, an American Revolutionary War hero of the Backcountry of South Carolina, based on his play, Captain Felder's Cannon. His starring role on a television series was ABC's 1980s hit series Hooperman as Inspector Bobo Pritzger. Clarence has starred in many TV movies including Playing for Time, Mystery of the Morrow Castle and The Killing Floor. He has made many guest appearances on prime time TV series, including Kojak, Hill Street Blues, Alien Nation, Dream On, L.A. Law and NYPD Blue.

On Broadway, he co-starred with Christopher Walken in Macbeth, with Glenn Close in Love for Love, Colleen Dewhurst in Queen & the Rebels and Meryl Streep in Memory of Two Mondays. He played Debbie Harry's [Blondie] father in Teaneck Tanzi. He is married to actress/writer/director, Chris Weatherhead and is the co-founder of Actors' Theatre of South Carolina and their film division, Moving Images Group. He has one daughter, Helen Huggins. He is also a playwright and director.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Clarence Felder, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Clarence Felder (born September 2, 1938) is an American character actor who starred in films and on television and co-starred in ten Broadway productions.

Clarence's first feature film was in the 1974 movie Man on a Swing, his other films include After Hours (1985), Ruthless People (1986), The Hidden (1987), The Last Boy Scout (1991), and The Ride (1997). He stars in the award-winning feature film, All for Liberty (2009) portraying his ancestor, Captain Henry Felder, an American Revolutionary War hero of the Backcountry of South Carolina, based on his play, Captain Felder's Cannon. His starring role on a television series was ABC's 1980s hit series Hooperman as Inspector Bobo Pritzger. Clarence has starred in many TV movies including Playing for Time, Mystery of the Morrow Castle and The Killing Floor. He has made many guest appearances on prime time TV series, including Kojak, Hill Street Blues, Alien Nation, Dream On, L.A. Law and NYPD Blue.

On Broadway, he co-starred with Christopher Walken in Macbeth, with Glenn Close in Love for Love, Colleen Dewhurst in Queen & the Rebels and Meryl Streep in Memory of Two Mondays. He played Debbie Harry's [Blondie] father in Teaneck Tanzi. He is married to actress/writer/director, Chris Weatherhead and is the co-founder of Actors' Theatre of South Carolina and their film division, Moving Images Group. He has one daughter, Helen Huggins. He is also a playwright and director.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Clarence Felder, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 22

Birthday 1938-09-02

Place of Birth St. Matthews, South Carolina

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1997 The Ride as Mike Stillwell
1991 The Last Boy Scout as McCoskey
1991 Brooklyn Bridge (1 episode)
1990 Dream On (1 episode)
1989 Alien Nation (1 episode)
1989 A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child as Mr. Gray
1989 Baywatch (1 episode) as George Petroni
1987 The Hidden as Lt. John Masterson
1987 Jake and the Fatman (1 episode)
1987 Hooperman (42 episodes)
1986 Crime Story (1 episode)
1986 L.A. Law (2 episodes)
1986 Ruthless People as Lt. Walters
1985 Copacabana
1985 The Twilight Zone (1 episode)
1984 The Killing Floor as Bremer
1984 Concrete Beat
1983 Slayground as Orxel
1981 Hill Street Blues (2 episodes)
1978 The Dain Curse (3 episodes) as Dick Foley
1975 The Rules of the Game
1973 Kojak (2 episodes)

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