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Cox, Richard 1948-

Cox, Richard 1948-


Original name, Richard Zuckerman; born May 6, 1948, in New York, NY. Education: Yale, B.A., anthropology.


Agent—Pacific Artists Management, 685-1285 West Broadway, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3X8 Canada.


Actor. Performed summer theater at the Peterborough Players in New Hampshire; appeared in a television commercial for Merrill Lynch, 2000.


Film Appearances:

Gerald, Seizure (also known as Queen of Evil and Tango macabre), American International Pictures, 1974.

Radio Operator Browning, Golden Rendezvous (also known as Nuclear Terror), United Artists, 1977.

Wheeler, Between the Lines, 1977.

Voice, A Doonesbury Special, 1977.

Stuart Richards, Cruising (also known as William Friedkin's "Cruising"), United Artists, 1980.

Roger, King of the Mountain, Universal, 1981.

Cafe customer, Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?, 1983.

Ron, Hellhole (also known as Hell Hole), 1984.

Paul, The Oasis (also known as Savage Hunger), 1984.

Alex Whyte, The Vindicator (also known as Frankenstein's 8), 1986.

Once Again, 1986.

Philo, Zombie High (also known as The School That Ate My Brain), Cinema Group, 1987.

Captain Martin, Rage to Kill, 1987.

Sam Chandler, Street Justice, Warner Bros., 1989.

Voice, Green Legend Ran (animated), 1992.

Catesby, Looking for Richard (documentary), Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1996.

Storeman, The Climb (also known as Le defi), Panorama Entertainment, 1997.

Julian, The Velvet Club, 1999.

Raymond, Besotted, 2001.

Taylor, Outta Time (also known as Out of Time and The Courier), Artisan Entertainment, 2002.

Richard Clark, Storm Watch (also known as Code Hunter and Virtula Storm), Velocity Home Entertainment, 2002.

Sean Calden, Missing Brendan (also known as Holding Out Hope: A Family Crusade), 2003.

Levinowsky, Barry Dingle (also known as Dingle, Barry), Indican Pictures, 2005.

Laird, RV, Sony, 2006.

Robert Ross, Salomaybe?, 2007.

Stalker Timmy, The Toe Tactic, 2008.

Television Appearances; Series:

Bobby Mackey, Love of Life, 1968-69.

Ed Minter, Search for Tomorrow, 1976.

Mark Desmond, Executive Suite, CBS, 1976.

Giff Bowman, Loving, 1992.

Max Frazier, Ghostwriter, PBS, 1992-93.

Voice, The Bots Master (animated; also known as ZZ Bots, The Botz Master, and Le maitre des bots), 1993.

Voice, Hurricanes, 1993.

Jacques, Action Man, 1995.

David Jacobs, The Guiding Light (also known as Guiding Light), 1997-98.

Voice of Quicksilver and Pietro Maximoff, X-Men: Evolution (animated), 2000—.

Also appeared as male Ranma, Ranma ½ (animated).

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Colonel Smith, The Adam Chronicles, 1976.

Alan Dershowitz, American Tragedy, CBS, 2000.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Mad Hatter, Alice at the Palace, 1981.

Once Again, 1987.

Brad, the photographer, Shattered Innocence, CBS, 1988.

Irvin Dymond, Unholy Matrimony (also known as Deadly Vows), CBS, 1988.

Jason Wicker, Snowbound: The Jim and Jennifer Stolpa Story, CBS, 1994.

Marco, Young at Heart, CBS, 1995.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Nick Nickerson, Camp Grizzly, ABC, 1980.

Peter Searls, "Mad Avenue," CBS Summer Playhouse, CBS, 1988.

Reporter, Tanner '88: Bagels with Bruce, HBO, 1988.

Reporter, Tanner '88: Moonwalker and Bookbag, HBO, 1988.

Reporter, Tanner '88: Night of the Twinkies, HBO, 1988.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Glory Days, 1992.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Levis, "Buy the Book," Sunshine, 1975.

Hippie kid, "The Sanford Arms," Sanford and Son, 1975.

Tyson, "The Coppelli Oath," Baretta, 1975.

Detective Josephson, "Set Up City," Baretta, 1975.

"Cinderella's Understudy," Eight Is Enough, 1978.

"Love Is the Word," The Rockford Files (also known as Jim Rockford, Private Investigator), 1979.

"Just a Little Blow Between Friends," Stone, 1980.

Tony Dinaldo, "Etched in Steele," Remington Steele, 1982.

Luke Dwyer, "What's in a Gnome," Simon and Simon, 1983.

Randy, "The Big Blow," Magnum, P.I., 1983.

"Vera's Anniversary Blue," Alice, 1985.

Malcolm Burling, "Life of the Party," Scarecrow and Mrs. King, 1985.

Ace, "Nightsong," The Twilight Zone (also known as The New Twilight Zone), 1986.

Ben, "Four O'Clock," Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 1986.

Carl Remick, "Crossfire," Hunter, 1987.

Charlie Turner, "The Moral Equation," The Bronx Zoo, 1987.

Charlie Turner, "Runaway Hearts," The Bronx Zoo, 1987.

Charlie Turner, "The Power of a Lie," The Bronx Zoo, 1987.

Clay McCloud, "Witness for the Defense," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987.

"After It Happened," Midnight Caller, 1988.

Jerry, "Heartbreak Hotel," Freddy Nightmares (also known as Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Series), 1989.

Barringer, "Manhunt," Designing Women, CBS, 1989.

Curtis Haber, "Lie Down and Deliver," L.A. Law, 1989.

Kyril Finn, "The High Ground," Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), 1990.

Alec Ramsey, The Adventures of the Black Stallion, Family Channel, 1990.

Jimi Slavin, "Diamond Dogs," WIOU, 1990.

Sharky, "The Best Man," Neon Rider, 1993.

Steven Gregg, "Right to Counsel," Law & Order, NBC, 1993.

Flintridge Caine, "Custer's Next to Last Stand," Legend, 1995.

Voice of Jacques, "Ancient History," Action Man, 1995.

Alistair Pepper, "Powers, Principalities, Thrones, and Dominions," Millennium, Fox, 1997.

Assistant Director Grushaw, "Fear of Flying," The Visitor, Fox, 1997.

Assistant Director Grushaw, "Caged," The Visitor, Fox, 1997.

Assistant Director Grushaw, "Going Home," The Visitor, Fox, 1997.

Jericho Denain, "Harvest," The Net, 1998.

Voice, Monkey Magic, syndicated, 1998.

Norman Craft, "Heist," Nash Bridges, CBS, 2000.

Director Zanuck, "A Resting Place," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 2000.

Daniel Brimley, "Brand X," The X-Files, Fox, 2000.

Adam Kirkman, "Bad Boys and Why We Love Them," The Huntress, USA Network, 2000.

Al Greenlaw, "Liar's Poker," The Fugitive, 2000.

Attorney Stuart Miller, "Liar's Poker," The Practice, ABC, 2001.

Dr. Franklin, "The Session," Titus, Fox, 2002.

Alex Van Loy, "The Artful Dodger," Dragnet (also known as L.A. Dragnet), ABC, 2003.

Rick Mathers, "Shifts Happen," ER, NBC, 2003.

Mr. Handy, "A Girl's Best Friend," JAG, CBS, 2004.

Father Gavin Cavanagh, "Risen," Without a Trace (also known as W.A.T.), CBS, 2004.

Stargate: Atlantis, Sci-Fi Channel, 2004.

Captain Hank Mancini, "Blood of the Children," Threshold, CBS, 2005.

Edward Barret, "Calculated Risk," Numb3rs (also known as Num3ers), CBS, 2005.

Clifton Coleman, "Start Up," Cold Case, CBS, 2005.

Sex, Love & Secrets, UPN, 2005.

Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2005.

Raines, NBC, 2005.

Pudgy Dodge, Masters of Science Fiction, ABC, 2006.

Michael Henson, "Out of Focus," The Closer, TNT, 2006.

Henry Brooks, "Legacy," Close to Home, CBS, 2006.

Att Leonard Huntzinger, "Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van," Bones, Fox, 2007.

Richard Haggans, Moonlight, CBS, 2007.

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