Hal Linden Movies List

Hal Linden
Hal Linden
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Actor Hal Linden Filmography

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    Dumb Luck
    Dumb Luck ( English )
    Artist: Scott Baio , Tracy Nelson , Richard Moll , Hal Linden , Bobby Edner
    Director: Craig Clyde
    Release date: 04-06-2003
    The Glow
    The Glow ( English )
    Director: Craig R. Baxley
    Release date: 02-08-2002
    Killers in the House
    Killers in the House ( English )
    Director: Michael Schultz
    Release date: 11-11-1998
    Out to Sea
    Out to Sea ( English )
    Director: Martha Coolidge
    Music Director: David Newman , David Newman
    Release date: 21-08-1997
    The Colony
    The Colony ( English )
    Artist: John Ritter , Mary Page Keller , Hal Linden , Marshall R. Teague , Todd Jeffries
    Director: Rob Hedden , Rob Hedden
    Release date: 17-09-1995
    Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land
    Director: Jerry Jameson
    Music Director: Lalo Schifrin
    Release date: 27-02-1983
    Father Figure
    Father Figure ( English )
    Artist: Hal Linden , Timothy Hutton , Jeremy Licht , Corey Feldman
    Director: Jerry London
    Release date: 26-10-1980
    When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?
    Artist: Candy Clark , Stephanie Faracy , Anne Ramsey , Lee Grant , Hal Linden
    Director: Milton Katselas
    Release date: 09-02-1979
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      Hal Linden Biography

      Born in 1931, Bronx-born Hal Linden was the son of Charles Lipshitz and Frances Rosen and had an older brother who would become a future professor of music at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Similarly musical, Hal took up classical clarinet in his late teens and played regularly with symphony orchestras. After graduating from the High School of Music and Art in Manhattan, he studied music at Queens College, moving later to City College to pursue business. Hal also played in dance bands and was asked to join Sammy Kaye on tour before being drafted into the Army, where he sang and provided entertainment for the troops. This sparked an interest in acting, and, upon receiving his discharge, he enrolled at New York's American Theatre Wing where he trained in voice and drama. In 1955, Hal met Frances Martin, a dancer. They married three years later, and she gave up her career to raise a family. Hal's first Broadway show was in "Bells Are Ringing" where he understudied lead Jeff Moss. During the 1960s, Hal accumulated more musical credits in "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever," "Subways Are for Sleeping," "The Apple Tree" and "The Pajama Game." He won the 1971 Tony award for his role in "The Rothschilds." This particular stage success led to a TV career that culminated in the title role on the popular Barney Miller (1974) sitcom. Emmy-nominated every year the program aired, Hal became a household name. Since that time, he has appeared in other lesser TV series including Blacke's Magic (1986), and Jack's Place (1992). He has held a secondary presence in such films as A New Life (1988) and Out to Sea (1997). More musical leads such as "I Do! I Do!" and "The Pajama Game" came his way, along with dramatic pursuits in "I'm Not Rappaport" and "The Sisters Rosenzweig." Hal has also undertaken musical tours in his continuing role as clarinetist. He and wife Frances are avid golfers during their spare time.

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