Lauter, Ed 1940– (Edward Lauter)

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Lauter, Ed 1940- (Edward Lauter)


Born October 30, 1940, in Long Beach, NY. Education: C. W. Post College, B.A., English.


Agent—The Chasin Agency, 8899 Beverly Blvd., Suite 716, Los Angeles, CA 90048.


Actor. Previously worked as a stand-up comic. Military service: Served in the U.S. Army for two years.


Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.


Film Appearances:

Scott Elliot, The Magnificent Seven Ride!, 1972.

Galloway, The New Centurions (also known as Precinct 45: Los Angeles Police), 1972.

Simpson, Rage, 1972.

Ted, Hickey and Boggs, 1972.

Tyler, Dirty Little Billy, 1972.

(As Edward Lauter) Orin, Bad Company, 1972.

Burton Colt, The Last American Hero (also known as Hard Driver), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1973.

Team A operations chief, Executive Action, National General, 1973.

Hawk Feather, Lolly-Madonna, XXX (also known as The Lolly-Madonna War), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1973.

(Uncredited) Himself, The Moviemakers, 1973.

Captain Knauer, The Longest Yard (also known as The Mean Machine), Paramount, 1974.

Leroy, The Midnight Man, 1974.

General Brian, The French Connection II, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975.

Maloney, Family Plot, Universal, 1976.

Carnahan, King Kong, Paramount, 1976.

Major Clermont, Breakheart Pass, 1976.

Captain Tom Custer, The White Buffalo (also known as Hunt to Kill), 1977.

Mr. Nastase, The Chicken Chronicles, 1977.

Duke, Magic, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1978.

Sheriff Bob, Loose Shoes (also known as Coming Attractions and Quackers), 1980.

Hazel Sutter, Death Hunt, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1981.

Anderson, The Amateur, 1981.

Charles Perkins, Eureka, 1982.

Joe Camber, Cujo, Warner Bros., 1983.

Padre, Timerider (also known as Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann), 1983.

Parks, The Big Score, 1983.

Smoke, Lassiter (also known as The Magnificent Thief), Warner Bros., 1984.

Josef Sirola, Finders Keepers, Warner Bros., 1984.

Baker, Raw Deal (also known as Triple Identity), De Laurentiis Entertainment, 1985.

David Decker, Real Genius, TriStar, 1985.

Richard S. Shriker, Death Wish III (also known as Death Wish 3), Cannon, 1985.

Colonel Glenn, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, 1985.

W. D. Freund, Nickel Mountain (also known as Nikkel-Fjallio), 1985.

Murray Chadwick, Youngblood, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists, 1986.

Moran, 3:15 (also known as 3:15 the Moment of Truth, 3:15 A Time to Die, and Showdown at Lincoln High), 1986.

Buzz, Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise, 1987.

Skip, Chief Zabu, 1988.

Legion commander, Born on the Fourth of July, 1989.

Sheriff Williams, Tennessee Nights (also known as Black Water and Tennessee Waltz), 1989.

Dallas Hale, Judgement (also known as Hitz), 1989.

Mr. Kelly, Gleaming the Cube (also known as A Brother's Justice and Skate or Die), 1989.

Whitney Ashbridge, Fat Man and Little Boy (also known as Shadowmakers), 1989.

Underwood, My Blue Heaven, 1990.

Fitch, The Rocketeer, 1991.

Alan Greene, School Ties, 1992.

Police captain, True Romance (also known as Breakaway), 1993.

Captain Shafer, Extreme Justice (also known as S.I.S—Extreme Justice), 1993.

John Slade, Wagons East!, 1994.

John Boyle, Trial by Jury, 1994.

Third mobster, Leaving Las Vegas, 1995.

Molls, The Sweeper, 1995.

Ben Wilmer, Girl in the Cadillac, 1995.

General Roberts, Digital Man, 1995.

Kreuger, Crash (also known as Breach of Trust and Dirty Money), 1995.

Ripple, 1995.

Earl, Mulholland Falls, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996.

Gaming commission chairman, For Which He Stands, 1996.

Mitchell Foster, Coyote Summer, Leucadia Film Corp., 1996.

Detective Frank Richards, Allie and Me, Redwood Communications, 1997.

Mel Ridgefield, Top of the World (also known as Cold Cash and Showdown), 1997.

Ed Walker, Out in Fifty, Avalanche Home Entertainment, 1999.

Seigei, Farewell, My Love, Win's Entertainment, 1999.

Erickson, Civility (also known as Malicious Intent), Soho Entertainment, 1999.

Father Connelly, Night of Terror, 1999.

Harry, Gentleman B. (also known as The Gentleman Bandit and Criminal Mentality), Showcase Entertainment, 2000.

General Marshall Carter, Thirteen Days, 2000.

Swenson, Blast, 2000.

Fire marshall, Knight Club, American World Pictures, 2001.

Sergei Karpov, Farewell, My Love, Win's Entertainment, 2001.

The coach, Not Another Teen Movie (also known as Sex Academy), Columbia, 2001.

Lieutenant General Marshall Carter, Roots of the Cuban Missile Crisis (documentary), New Line Home Video, 2001.

Warden Lessen, Go for Broke, Artisan Entertainment, 2002.

Charles Strub, Seabiscuit, Universal, 2003.

Gun expert, Nobody Knows Anything!, Stargazer Entertainment, 2003.

John Strong, The Librarians (also known as Strike Force), Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2003.

Grandpa, Grandpa's Place, Oak Films, 2004.

Victor Boyd, Art Heist (also known as Golpe maestro), Sony, 2004.

Himself, Inside the Federation (documentary short), Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004.

General J. G. Shepherd, Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2004.

Captain John Sullivan, Venice Underground, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2005.

Civilian, Purple Heart, 2005.

Duane, The Longest Yard, Paramount, 2005.

Mayor Crawley, Brothers in Arms, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2005.

Ed Anderson, The Lost, 2005.

Dr. Marrow, Solace (short), 2006.

Lawrence, Love Hollywood Style, 2006.

John Hannafin, Tallageda Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Columbia, 2006.

Parsons, Seraphim Falls, Destination Films, 2006.

Amos, Something's Wrong in Kansas, 2007.

Sheriff Steiner, Camille, 2007.

Father Sebastian, The Number 23, New Line Cinema, 2007.

Harry, The American Standards, 2007.

Pop, A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper, 2007.

Lieutenant Singer, Taken by Force, Fantastic Films International, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Sheriff Cain, B. J. and the Bear, 1979-80.

Fire Captain Dannaker, a recurring role, ER, NBC, 1998-2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Martin Stillman, How the West Was Won, 1978.

Ularat, Greatest Heroes of the Bible, 1978.

Frank Morris, Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story (also known as Alcatraz and Clarence Carnes), NBC, 1980.

Jim Jones, Sr., Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (also known as The Mad Messiah), CBS, 1980.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Dave McKay, Class of '63, ABC, 1973.

Crees, The Godchild, ABC, 1974.

Mr. Barlow, The Migrants, CBS, 1974.

Bud Delaney, Last Hours Before Morning, NBC, 1975.

Strickland, Satan's Triangle, ABC, 1975.

Siggy Taylor, A Shadow in the Streets, 1975.

Bender, The Clone Master, NBC, 1978.

Raleigh Porter, Undercover with the KKK (also known as The Freedom Riders and My Undercover Years with the KKK), NBC, 1979.

Sergeant Weed, Love's Savage Fury, ABC, 1979.

Jerry Beloit, The Jericho Mile, ABC, 1979.

Gus Carpenter, The Boy Who Drank Too Much, CBS, 1980.

Jack Claggert, Rooster, ABC, 1982.

Judge Halloran, In the Custody of Strangers, ABC, 1982.

Lyndon Dean, The Cartier Affair, NBC, 1984.

Carl, The Seduction of Gina (also known as Another High Roller), CBS, 1984.

Mr. Grier, The Three Wishes of Billy Grier, ABC, 1984.

Coach Gruniger, The Thanksgiving Promise, ABC, 1986.

Jerry Tyler, Yuri Nosenko, KGB (also known as Yuri Nosenko: Double Agent), HBO, 1986.

B. C. Thompson, Firefighter (also known as Greater Alarm), CBS, 1986.

Sheriff LeRoy Doyle, The Defiant Ones, ABC, 1986.

Lieutenant Colonel Paul S. Hill, The Last Days of Patton, CBS, 1986.

B. D. Devon, Goodbye, Miss 4th of July (also known as Farewell, Miss Freedom), Disney Channel, 1988.

Flowers for Matty, ABC, 1990.

General Louis Crewes, Golden Years (also known as Stephen King's "Golden Years"), CBS, 1991.

Lieutenant Driscoll, Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? The Bambi Bembenek Story (also known as The Heart of the Lie), ABC, 1992.

Glen Emory, Poisoned by Love: The Kern County Murders (also known as Murder So Sweet), CBS, 1993.

Chief Bell, The Return of Ironside, NBC, 1993.

Captain Maguire, Under Investigation, 1993.

Captain Shafer, Extreme Justice (also known as S.I.S.—Extreme Justice), HBO, 1993.

Arnold Carter, Secret Sins of the Father (also known as Lethal Intent), NBC, 1994.

General Stevenson, The Tuskegee Airmen, HBO, 1995.

Sheriff Daggert, Raven Hawk (also known as Ravenhawk), HBO, 1996.

Murray Hendershot, Rattled, USA Network, 1996.

Cochran, Mercenary, HBO, 1997.

Sheriff Bowman, Childhood Sweetheart?, CBS, 1997.

Harry, Megan's father, Married to a Stranger, Family Channel, 1997.

Kubat, Under Wraps, Disney Channel, 1997.

Mel Ridgefield, Top of the World (also known as Cold Cash and Showdown), HBO, 1998.

General Fred Weyand, A Bright Shining Lie, HBO, 1998.

Jacob Colby, Dollar for the Dead (also known as Un dolar por los muertos), TNT, 1998.

Detective Toliver, Incognito, Black Entertainment Television, 1999.

Rendezvous, USA Network, 1999.

Pilot, Python, 2000.

Captain Dave Cutler, Into the Fire, 2005.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Evans's father, "Dead Wrong—The John Evans Story," CBS Schoolbreak Special, CBS, 1984.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Colonel Hunt, Manimal, 1983.

Crazy Like a Fox, 1984.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Sergeant, "The Man Outside," Mannix, 1971.

Dr. Joe Ford, "A Trout in the Milk," The Streets of San Francisco, 1972.

Doctor, "The Thirty-Year Pin," The Streets of San Francisco, 1972.

Deputy, "A Flight of Hawks," Cannon, 1972.

Hyder Rudge, "The Car," The Waltons, CBS, 1974.

Floyd, "Mojo," Kojak, 1974.

"The Word Is: Growth," The New Land, 1974.

"Midnight Lady, Pretty Lady," Kate McShane, 1975.

Ed Borgue, "Woman in the Harbor," Baretta, 1975.

Ralph Coleman/Joseph Kinsella, "Odyssey of Death: Parts 1 & 2," Police Story, 1976.

Joseph Bloomberg, "The Dog and Pony Show," The Rockford Files (also known as Jim Rockford, Private Investigator), 1977.

Lieutenant Howard Fine, "The Blue Angels," Charlie's Angels, 1977.

Jonas Halloran, "The Golden Noose," Hawaii Five-O (also known as McGarrett), 1980.

"Blue Ribbon Hostage," Nero Wolfe, 1981.

"Sweet Revenge," Nero Wolfe, 1981.

Colonel Lawrence Grayson, "What's in a Gnome?," Simon & Simon, 1983.

Rick Vetromile, "Rolling Thunder: Parts 1 & 2," Hardcastle and McCormick, 1983.

Sheriff Thompson, "Black Day at Bad Rock," The A-Team, 1983.

Stan Morgen, "Working," St. Elsewhere, 1983.

Destroyer captain, "Operation: Silent Night," Magnum, P.I., 1983.

Major Douglas Kyle, "Deadly Maneuvers," The A-Team, 1984.

Cal Everett, "Land of the Free," The Yellow Rose, 1984.

Michael Hagedorn, "Murder, Take One," Automan, 1984.

Ray Wilfong, "End of the Line," Our Family Honor, 1985.

"Shadow in the Dark," Miami Vice, 1986.

Walter Rowan, "A Place to Stay," The Equalizer, 1987.

Sheriff Orville Yates, "The Cemetery Vote," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1987.

Robert Nichols, "No Place Like Home," The Equalizer, 1988.

Kendall, "High Rise," Booker (also known as Booker, P.I.), 1989.

"Malcolm," Monsters, 1990.

Rex Burnham, "The Confidence Mystery," Father Dowling Mysteries, 1990.

Lieutenant Commander Albert, "The First Duty," Star Trek: The Next Generation (also known as Star Trek: TNG), 1992.

Jack, "Partners," Renegade, 1992.

Avery Hoskins, Highlander: The Series, 1992.

Gruszynski, "And the Rockets Dead Glare," Homicide: Life on the Street (also known as Homicide), NBC, 1993.

Lieutenant Colonel Marcus Belt, "Space," The X-Files, Fox, 1993.

Captain "Uncle John" Swede, "Plan B," Birdland, ABC, 1994.

Avery Hoskins, "Bless the Child," Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series), 1994.

The officer, Can't Hurry Love, CBS, 1995.

"Circle of Light," Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, 1996.

Silas Bedoe, "Last of a Breed: Parts 1 & 2," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1997.

Warden Kellard, "In Arcadia Ego," Millennium, Fox, 1998.

Hank Conley, "Vendetta," The Magnificent Seven, CBS, 1999.

Defense counsel, "Entitled: Part 2," Law and Order, NBC, 2000.

Sutter, "The Good, the Bad and the Cursed," Charmed, The WB, 2001.

Barclay Tobin, "Cats in the Cradle," CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (also known as CSI, CSI: Weekends, CSI: Las Vegas, and Les Experts), CBS, 2002.

Kingpin, NBC, 2002.

General Hughes, "Whole New Ball Game," JAG, CBS, 2004.

Jerry Rasmussen, "Old Man Quiver," NYPD Blue, ABC, 2005.

Himself, "Larry Brown," ESPN SportsCentury, ESPN, 2005.

Also appeared in "Sweet Revenge," Nero Wolfe.

Stage Appearances:

Judge, An Imprudent Wolf, Theatre 62, New York City, 1965.

(Broadway debut) Craps player, photographer, Pinkerton man, policeman, stage hand, and Smitty, The Great White Hope, Alvin Theatre, 1970.

Murphy, Journal, The Front Page, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1986-87.

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