Susman, Todd 1947–

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Susman, Todd 1947–

(Todd Sussman)


Born January 17, 1947, in St. Louis, MO.

Addresses: Agent—Pakula/King & Associates, 9229 West Sunset Blvd., Suite 315, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Career: Actor. Appeared in numerous television commercials, including Sonicare toothbrushes, 1999; did voice work for Greyhound, Mitsubishi Motors, and Bull's Eye BBQ Sauce.


Film Appearances:

Norman Cornell, Star Spangled Girl, Paramount, 1971.

Allan, The Loners (also known as Deathly Riders and Police Trap), Fanfare, 1972.

Buzz, Little Cigars (also known as The Little Cigars Mob), American International, 1973.

Jordy Banks, California Dreaming, 1979.

Foreman, Beverly Hills Cop II, Paramount, 1987.

Ron, Coneheads, 1993.

Cochran, Only the Strong (also known as Street Fighters), 1993.

Meyer Weiss, Night of the Running Man, 1994.

Jerry Roth, Bodily Harm, 1995.

Bozeman, The Juror, Columbia, 1996.

Priest, Just Write, Heartland Films, 1997.

Butcher, Blast from the Past, New Line Cinema, 1999.

Lieutenant Martin, Face Value, New Concorde Home Entertainment, 2001.

Max, Stuey (also known as High Roller: The Stu Ungar Story), New Line Home Video, 2003.

Martin Webber, The Big Bad Swim, 2006.

Frank Johnson, The Flying Scissors, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Marvin Susman, The Bob Crane Show, NBC, 1975.

Stan Lewis, Spencer's Pilots, CBS, 1976.

Nathan Sugarman, Number 96, NBC, 1980–81.

Leo Feldman, Star of the Family, ABC, 1982.

Augie Kleindab, Goodnight, Beantown, CBS, 1983–84.

Officer Shifflett, Newhart, CBS, 1984–89.

Arthur Glass, Have Faith, 1989.

Roger Barnett, City, CBS, 1990.

Jack Fletcher, Scorch, CBS, 1992.

Bennett Braxton, Empty Nest, NBC, 1994–95.

Bill, Coach, 1995–97.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Sergeant Dobbs, Fresno, CBS, 1986.

The Invaders, The WB, 1995.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Jimmy Crescent, Death Scream (also known as The Woman Who Cried Murder and Streetkill), 1975.

Ted Quinn, Portrait of an Escort (also known as Professional Date), CBS, 1980.

Tim McQuire, The Other Victim, CBS, 1981.

Ketchum, Thornwell, CBS, 1981.

Jerry Gastine, City Killer, NBC, 1984.

Bill Bodell, I Married a Centerfold, NBC, 1984.

Jake, You Ruined My Life, 1987.

Aaron Slinker, Justin Case, ABC, 1988.

Meyer Weiss, Night of the Running Man, HBO, 1994.

The Invaders, 1995.

Hank, The Rat Pack, HBO, 1998.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Wes Tucker, Going Places, NBC, 1973.

Stan Lewis, Spencer's Pilots, CBS, 1976.

Jerome, Getting There, CBS, 1980.

Eugene Henderson, Ethel Is an Elephant, CBS, 1980.

Larry Trasker, Laugh!s, Showtime, 1990.

Mr. Tuttle, "Secrets Great and Small," University Hospital, 1994.

Jonathan Gold, Madman of the People, 1994.

Also appeared as Mickey Cashulin, The Guardian.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Matt Bozeman, Off the Wall, 1977.

George Burns's How to Live to Be 100, NBC, 1984.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"The Anonymous Star," Bracken's World, 1970.

"The Infiltrator," The Young Rebels, 1970.

"Love and the New Roommate," Love, American Style, 1971.

"I Hate You, Silas Marner," Room 222, 1971.

"You Can Take the Boy Out of the Country, But …," Room 222, 1971.

"Love and Lady Luck," Love, American Style, 1972.

"Love and the Sexpert," Love, American Style, 1973.

"Pete's Protege," Room 222, 1973.

"The Second Victim," Owen Marshall: Counselor at Law, 1973.

(Uncredited) Public address system announcer, "Operation Noselift," M*A*S*H, 1974.

"Hush Now, Don't You Die," Kojak, 1974.

"War Between the Bradfords," Eight Is Enough, 1978.

Andrew Siegel, "Kidnapping: Parts 1 & 2," Barney Miller, 1978.

Farnum, "The Captive Tower," The Amazing Spider-Man (also known as Spiderman), 1978.

Edward Yakel, "Strip Joint," Barney Miller, 1979.

"Is There a Gun in the House?," A New Kind of Family, 1979.

Ted Lapinsky, "The Home Front: Parts 1 & 2," The Waltons, 1979.

Ted Lapinsky, "The Unthinkable," The Waltons, 1980.

"Feeling No Pain," The White Shadow, 1980.

Max, "The Legend of Black Jake," Little House on the Prairie, 1981.

Neil Hackett, "Altercation," Barney Miller, 1982.

Officer Gabe Fortunato, "Flatfoots," Here's Boomer, 1982.

Nat Shavers, "Steele Crazy After All These Years," Remington Steele, 1983.

"I Ain't Got No Body," Amanda's (also known as Amanda's By the Sea), 1983.

Sid, "Vera Gets Engaged," Alice, 1983.

Ice man, "Mayo, Hold the Pickle," Hill Street Blues, 1984.

Edward Antoine, "Inside Harry Stone," Night Court, 1984.

Fireman, "Burn-Out," Webster, ABC, 1984.

Assistant Warden Yeager, "Christmas in the Big House," The Facts of Life, 1984.

Teacher's aide, "Teacher's Aide," The Twilight Zone, CBS, 1985.

Victor Bevine, "Slice O'Life," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1985.

Victor Bevine, "Fathers and Sons," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1985.

Detective Frank Oppenheimer, "Rules of the Game," Cagney & Lacey, 1985.

Jim Parker, "Leroy and the Kid," Fame, 1985.

Victor Bevine, "Once Upon a Mattress," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1986.

"TV or Not TV," Webster, ABC, 1986.

Frankie Doyle, "Caper," Stingray, NBC, 1987.

"A Fishy Tale," Who's the Boss?, ABC, 1987.

Our House, NBC, 1987.

"The Strike," Webster, 1987.

Mr. Rodgers, "Dan's Operation: Parts 1 and 2," Night Court, 1987.

Don, "Born to Ride," Rags to Riches, 1987.

"Plain Jane," Second Chance (also known as Boys Will Be Boys), 1987.

Mike Deaton, "Beer and Buffalos Don't Mix," Punky Brewster, 1987.

Mike Deaton, "Open Door, Broken Heart: Parts 1 & 2," Punky Brewster, 1987.

Victor Bevine, "Final Cut," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1988.

District Attorney Marc Stokes, "Call It a Draw," Our House, 1988.

"They Also Serve," Our House, 1988.

Jim Hutchinson, "Hide Away," ALF, 1989.

Roger Carlyle, "Goodbye, Mr. Zelinka," Highway to Heaven, 1989.

"War Is Heck," 227, 1989.

Detective Sergeant Jack Slocum, "The Return of Preston Giles," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990.

Al, "Heart Attack," She-Wolf of London, 1991.

Marlowe, "The Case of the Libertine Belle," The Golden Girls, 1991.

"Dating Game," Sons and Daughters, 1991.

"The Thing," Sons and Daughters, 1991.

Todd, "Three O'Clock and All is Hell," Blossom, NBC, 1992.

Man, "See Spot Go," Camp Wilder, ABC, 1992.

Walter Kornish, "Game, Set and Death," Likely Suspects, Fox, 1992.

Bill Ellis, Married … with Children, Fox, 1993.

Coach Tolliver, "Jerome Makes the Grade," Thea, ABC, 1993.

Steve, "Sitcom," Blossom, NBC, 1993.

Eugene Latterman, "The Ides of Metropolis," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1994.

Gideon "Giggy" Fisher, "Romeo and Juliet," The Commish, ABC, 1994.

Voice, "Cellar Beware," Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man, (animated), 1994.

Bill Ellis, "Get Outta Dodge," Married … with Children, Fox, 1994.

Glen, "Movin' on Down," Grace Under Fire, ABC, 1995.

Mr. Melman, "The Lost Weekend," The Parent 'Hood, The WB, 1995.

Howard, "Midnight Caller," Step by Step, ABC, 1995.

Fred, "Storm Warning," Pointman, 1995.

Glen, "No Help Wanted," Grace Under Fire, ABC, 1996.

Glen, "Why Buy the Bull?" Grace Under Fire, ABC, 1996.

Mr. Dreesen, "Family Affair," Weird Science, 1996.

Glen, "This Sold House," Grace Under Fire, ABC, 1996.

Henry Newland, "The Last Endless Summer," The Burning Zone, UPN, 1997.

Henry Newland, "A Secret in the Neighborhood," The Burning Zone, UPN, 1997.

Mr. Ennis, The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1997.

Rick, "Love Triangles," Family Matters, ABC, 1997.

Nick, "Odd Man In," Family Matters, ABC, 1997.

Phil, "It's Good to be Dead," Men Behaving Badly (also known as It's a Man's World), 1997.

"The Cameo Episode," George & Leo, CBS, 1997.

Marvin Stark, "A Girl's Gotta Love a Wedding," Jenny, NBC, 1997.

"Script Doctor," F/X: The Series, 1997.

Officer, "Three Men and a Buckeye," Living Single (also known as My Girls), 1997.

Tom Grant, "Talked to Death," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1998.

Walter Farrell, "Baby It's Cold Outside," L.A. Doctors (also known as L.A Docs), CBS, 1998.

Mr. Ennis, "Independence Day," The Wayans Bros., The WB, 1998.

Brother Joshua, Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 1999.

Dr. Sam Jenkins, "Greene with Envy," ER, NBC, 1999.

Brother Joshua, "Swooped," Malcolm & Eddie, UPN, 2000.

Magnus Bryce, "Guise Will be Guise," Angel (also known as Angel: The Series), The WB, 2000.

(As Todd Sussman) Voice, "War is the H-Word," Futurama (animated), Fox, 2000.

Divorcee, "Rules of Engagement," So Little Time, Fox Family, 2001.

Assistant district attorney, "Fallacy," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2003.

Judge Flintock, Conviction, NBC, 2005.

Also appeared as Fred, Pointman.

Stage Appearances:

Wilbur Turnblad, Hairspray, U.S. cities, 2003–2004, then Neil Simon Theatre, New York City, 2004–.


Video Games:

Voice of John Mullins, Soldier of Fortune, 2000.

Voice of John Mullins, Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix, Activision, 2002.

Voice of mobster, policeman, and Russian, Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (also known as Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne—A Film Noir Story), Rockstar Games, 2003.

Mr. Gordon, Bully (also known as Canis Canem Edit), Rockstar Games, 2006.


Television Episodes:

"Behind the Wheel," The Incredible Hulk, 1979.