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Cedar, Larry 1955–

Cedar, Larry 1955–

PERSONAL

Born March 6, 1955, in Los Angeles, CA. Education: University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., M.F.A.; studied musical theatre at Civic Light Opera Workshop; also trained with Roy London and Cameron Thor.

Addresses: Agent—Craig Mobbs, AKA Talent Agency, 6310 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Career: Actor and voice artist. Appeared in more than 1,000 commercials, including one for Jeep trucks, 2003. Also works as ear prompter, improvisational actor, and speed talker.

Awards, Honors: Los Angeles Ovation Award nomination, Los Angeles Theatre Alliance, 2003, for Anything Goes; Los Angeles Ovation Award, best featured actor, 2003, for She Loves Me; Los Angeles Ovation Award nomination, 2004, for Around the World in 80 Days; winner of Hugh O'Brian Acting Competition, Los Angeles Theatre Alliance, best actor category,.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Roger Pike, The Omega Connection (also known as The London Connection), Buena Vista, 1979.

Bruce/waiter, El Norte, Artisan Entertainment, 1983.

Jake, Love Letters (also known as My Love Letters and Passion Play), New World, 1983.

Creature on wing of plane, "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," Twilight Zone: The Movie, Paramount, 1983.

The Snakeman, Dreamscape, 1984.

Helicopter pilot, Ghost Warrior (also known as Swordkill), 1986.

Brem, The Hidden, 1987.

Tod, Lucky Stiff (also known as That Shamrock Touch), 1988.

Howard Butz, Feds, Warner Bros., 1988.

First assistant director (Soap), Memories of Me, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1988.

Graves, C.H.U.D. II—Bud the Chud, Lightening/Vestron, 1989.

Paramedic, Life Stinks (also known as Life Sucks), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe, 1991.

Announcer at Forbes Field, The Babe, Universal, 1992.

Peterson, Demonic Toys (also known as Dangerous Toys), 1992.

Hank the Controller, Philadelphia Experiment II, 1993.

District attorney, Pinocchio's Revenge (also known as Pinocchio), 1996.

(Uncredited) Waiter, Nightwatch, 1997.

Reporter, Kiss the Girls, Paramount, 1997.

Car rental agent (Los Angeles), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, MCA/Universal, 1998.

Second driver, Watchers Reborn, 1998.

Trevor, Born Bad, Concorde, 1999.

Walter, Sleep Easy, Hutch Rimes, Euro Video, 2000.

Gerald Boyton, Psychic Murders, Skullrock Entertainment, 2002.

Spy guy, Bad Boy (also known as Dawg), Wartex International, 2002.

Businessman, The Master of Disguise, Columbia, 2002.

Mr. Janney, Duck, 5 Aces Productions/Nics Pictures, 2004.

Grand Master Sock, Beat Boxing Grand Master Sock (short film), 2004.

Harvey, Tel Aviv (short film), Kihou Productions, 2004.

Charlie, Paparazzi, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2004.

Vermin Man, Constantine, Warner Bros., 2005.

Jimmy Dean, The Gingerdead Man, DIG/Full Moon Films, 2005.

Television Appearances; Series:

Voices of Warp and Ollie, A. J.'s Time Travelers (animated), Fox, 1995.

Reverend Clarington, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R), 1998.

Charles Bantam, Mercy Point, UPN, 1998.

Voice, Captain Sturdy (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001.

Leon, Deadwood, HBO, 2004–2005.

Performed multiple roles for the series Square One, PBS, six years; voice for the animated series Little Einsteins.

Television Appearances; Movies:

LaSalle, Nightside, ABC, 1980.

Donald Common, Nashville Grab, NBC, 1981.

Happy Endings, CBS, 1983.

Reverend Sipes, Calamity Jane, CBS, 1984.

Jordan, Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (also known as Flight No. 90 and Florida Flight 90), NBC, 1984.

Cop, Kicks, ABC, 1985.

Roger Ebersole, Donor, CBS, 1990.

Mr. X/Willie, Boris and Natasha, Showtime, 1992.

Simmons, Dead Man's Revenge, 1994.

Fred Valeska, A Case for Life, ABC, 1996.

Minister, Mary & Tim, CBS, 1996.

Green, The Land of the Free, HBO, 1998.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Gordon Bass, Friends, CBS, 1978.

Matt Wescott, And They Lived Happily Ever After, CBS, 1981.

Zipkin, W∗A∗L∗T∗E∗R, CBS, 1984.

The Wild West, syndicated, 1993.

Voice, Captain Sturdy (animated), Cartoon Network, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Cadet Shields, "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 1," Battlestar Galactica, 1978.

Actor, "Play on Love," Family, 1980.

The soldier, "Letters," M∗A∗S∗H, 1980.

Actor, "A Visit from Cousin Charlie," Madame's Place, 1982.

Philip, "A Steele at Any Price," Remington Steele, 1983.

Mr. Martin, "Legacy of Hate," Dallas, 1985.

First man, "Princess Metra," Otherworld, 1985.

Lawyer, "Let My Jennie Go," Hell Town, 1985.

Danny, "Mr. Magic," Amazing Stories, 1985.

Bradley Guylas, "Educating Tony," Who's the Boss?, 1986.

Robert Wilentz, "Gorilla My Dreams," L.A. Law, 1988.

Josh Sommers, "Bingo Was Her Name," The New Lassie, 1989.

Roger, "Nautilus for Naught," Doogie Howser, M.D., ABC, 1990.

Charles, "A Change of Heart," 21 Jump Street, 1990.

Ted, "A Family Affair," Get a Life, 1990.

Ted, "Psychic 2000," Get a Life, 1991.

Actor, "Mystery Weekend," Saved by the Bell, 1991.

Dr. Blumenthal, "A Matter of Life and Death," Sisters, NBC, 1992.

Fingerprint expert, Homefront, ABC, 1992.

The Edge, Fox, 1992.

Nydrom, "Armageddon Game," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, 1994.

Voices of Rags and Jacques, Steven Spielberg Presents "Pinky & the Brain" (animated), The WB, 1995.

Attorney, "In Cyberspace Everyone Can Hear You Scream," The Home Court, NBC, 1995.

Attorney, "The Cheesehead Stands Alone," The Home Court, NBC, 1995.

Tersa, "Alliances," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 1996.

Mr. Poole, "Journal," The Lazarus Man, 1996.

Voice of Anton, "Mission: Freakazoid," Freakazoid!, The WB, 1996.

Kyle Jensen, "Bad Apple," Dangerous Minds, 1996.

Wally, "Caroline and the Cat Dancer," Caroline in the City, NBC, 1996.

First party-goer, "Blind Date," Murphy Brown, CBS, 1997.

The mummy, "Halloween," You Wish, ABC, 1997.

Voice of Oblongata, "Normadeus," Freakazoid!, The WB, 1997.

Protester, "Ballad of Maggie Day," Maggie, 1998.

Sol, "I Went to a Garden Party," Style and Substance, 1998.

Actor, "If You Could See What I Hear," Maggie, 1998.

Desk clerk, "Escape from L.A.," Ellen, ABC, 1998.

Voice of manor cop, "A Touch of Curare," Batman Beyond (animated), The WB, 1999.

Voice of pilot, "Armory," Batman Beyond (animated), The WB, 2000.

Johnson, "Chapter Fourteen," Boston Public, Fox, 2001.

Voice of Mr. Pibbles, "Jack and the Gangsters," Samurai Jack (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Voice of gate guard, "Wired: Part 2," The Zeta Project, The WB, 2002.

Voice of weather guy, "Hunt in the Hub," The Zeta Project, The WB, 2002.

Tessic, "Marauders," Enterprise (also known as Star Trek: Enterprise), UPN, 2002.

Doctor, "Goodbye, Jenny," The District, CBS, 2003.

John, "Those Are Strings, Pinocchio," Gilmore Girls, The WB, 2003.

First bunny, "Caught in the Act," Frasier, NBC, 2004.

Stan Carlino, "Bottom Bitch," The Shield, FX Channel, 2004.

Voice of radar technician, "Starcrossed: Parts 1 & 2," Justice League (animated), Cartoon Network, 2004.

Gordon Edwards, "Like Cures Like," Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2004.

Jason Kaplan, "Bikini Wax," Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (also known as NCIS), CBS, 2005.

Second prior, "Origin," Stargate SG-1, Sci-Fi Channel and syndicated, 2005.

Appeared in "The Consigliere's Daughter," an episode of The Paper Chase; and in the syndicated series Honey, I Shrunk the Kids; voice actor for episodes of Animaniacs, Superman, and Tweety and Sylvester.

Television Appearances; Other:

Rizzo, The Kids Who Knew Too Much, 1980.

Voice, The Wild West (miniseries), syndicated, 1993.

Lifeguard, Inferno, 1998.

Stage Appearances:

Lord Oakley, Anything Goes, Reprise Productions, Freud Playhouse, Los Angeles, c. 2003.

Sipos, She Loves Me, Reprise Productions, Freud Playhouse, c. 2003.

Detective Fix, Around the World in 80 Days, Colony Theatre, Los Angeles, c. 2004.

Appeared as Derek and Hal, Accomplice, Colony Theatre; Bruce, Beyond Therapy, Cherry City Playhouse; Jeff Douglas, Brigadoon, Freud Playhouse; Hoagy Carmichael, Hoagy, Bix, and Bunkhaus, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; member of ensemble, Let's Call the Whole Thing Gershwin (revue), Westwood Playhouse; member of ensemble, Movie Star (also known as Billy Barnes Revue), Westwood Playhouse; photographer, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles; member of ensemble, Rapmaster Ronnie, Odyssey Theatre; Secretary Thompson, 1776, the Musical, Reprise Productions, Freud Playhouse; Vernon Gersch, They're Playing Our Song, Reprise Productions, Freud Playhouse; twelfth juror, Twelve Angry Men, Ruby Theatre; and George Baily, A Wonderful Life, Laguna Playhouse.

RECORDINGS

Video Games:

Voice of Unit Four, Ground Control: Dark Conspiracy, Sierra Entertainment, 2000.

Voice, Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel, Interplay Productions, 2001.

Voice, Pro Skater 3 (also known as Tony Hawk's "Pro Skater 3"), Activision, 2001.

Voice, Pro Skater 4 (also known as Tony Hawk's "Pro Skater 4"), Activision, 2002.

Voices of SEAL operative vandal and other characters, SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALS, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2003.

Voices of protocol android, first cultist, and first hazard trooper, Star Wars: Jedi Knight—Jedi Academy, LucasArts Entertainment, 2003.

Voice of skater, Underground (also known as Tony Hawk's "Pro Skater 5" and Tony Hawk's "Underground"), Neversoft Entertainment, 2003.

Voice, Underground 2 (also known as Tony Hawk's "Underground 2"), Activision, 2004.

Voices of Officer B, president, and pilot, Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain (also known as Syphon Filter 4), Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2004.

More than fourteen voices, including Rune Shimmerstar, Tristan Gallaway, Eorandalanu Otuden, Alchemist Alus Crispian, Dyric Pyre, Waylon March, and the Glademaster, EverQuest II, Sony Online Entertainment, 2004.

Voices, Shadow of Rome, Capcom, 2005.

Also voice artist for Pax Romana.

Videos; Other:

Danny, "Mr. Magic," Amazing Stories: Book Four (compilation), 1992.

Jimmy Dean, The Making of "The Gingerdead Man," 2005.

Voice for other videos, including Gun, Neversoft/Activision.

OTHER SOURCES

Electronic:

Larry Cedars Official Site, http://larrycedar.nowcasting.com, July 1, 2005.

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