Barry Primus

Barry Primus
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Barry Primus (born February 16, 1938) is an American television and film actor. Primus is primarily an actor, but has also doubled and tripled as writer and director. He worked on stage for the first decade of his career. He gained some experience on TV in shows like The Defenders, East Side/West Side and The Virginian. He then made his screen bow in the Manhattan-filmed The Brotherhood (1968). Additional films include Boxcar Bertha (1972), Heartland (1979), Night Games (1980), Absence of Malice (1981), and Guilty by Suspicion (1991). He also had a continuing role on the CBS TV series Cagney and Lacey (1982 — 1988) as Christine Cagney's (Sharon Gless) erstwhile boyfriend Sergeant Dory McKenna, whose drug problem compromises his value as a police officer. After working as director Mark Rydell's assistant on The Rose (1979), Primus has increased his behind-the-camera activities; in 1992, he directed his first theatrical feature, the "inside" Hollywood comedy/drama Mistress. Barry Primus taught acting and directing classes at the American Film Institute, The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, the UCLA campus, and at The Maine Media Workshops [1] in Maine. He also teaches acting classes at Loyola Marymount University. Primus' recent film history includes Jackson, a film directed by J.F. Lawton; he also cameoed in Righteous Kill with Al Pacino and Robert De Niro. Description above from the Wikipedia article Barry Primus, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Name Barry Primus
Also Known As
Birthday 1938-02-16
Gender Male
IMDB Barry Primus profile on IMDB
Place of Birth New York City, New York USA
As: Rake Brown
1972-06-14
Boxcar Bertha...
As: Paul Wilson
1977-06-21
New York, New York...
As: Tommy Tessler
1992-10-11
Night and the City...
As: Jack
1979-09-22
Heartland...
As: Waddell
1981-12-18
Absence of Malice...
As: Hermann Goering
1971-06-30
Von Richthofen and B...
As: Aaron Reinhardt
1970-12-16
Puzzle of a Downfall...
As: Father Paul Lenox
1975-01-18
Autopsy...
As: Gnossos 'Paps' Pappa
1971-09-15
Been Down So Long It...
As: Joey, Leo's Crew
1997-03-07
Flipping...
As: Jay
1990-01-31
Denial...
As: Mark Elliott
1978-09-29
Avalanche...
As: Ira Goldstein
2005-04-21
Break a Leg...
As: Jason St. John
1980-04-11
Night Games...
As: Michael
1988-06-10
Big Business...
As: Ed Grossi
1997-09-28
Elmore Leonard's Gol...
As: Unknown
1987-12-04
The Stranger...
As: Ellis Parker
1996-09-14
Crime of the Century...
As: Bernard the Chauffer
2014-09-05
The Longest Week...
As: Prosky
2008-09-12
Righteous Kill...
As: Cab Driver
2001-03-01
15 Minutes...
As: Professor Hirsch
1987-08-01
Talking Walls...
As: Ford Maddox
1989-03-15
Cannibal Women in th...
As: Rudy's Attorney
2015-12-25
Joy...
As: Unknown
1972-05-02
Roger & Harry: The M...
As: Amendola
1983-12-04
Heart of Steel...
As: Alan
1982-05-24
Paper Dolls...
As: Detective Trelska
1985-05-28
Brotherly Love...
As: Toby Wilson
1987-02-10
Stillwatch...
As: Tony
1974-06-16
The Dion Brothers...
As: Lawrence
1986-05-30
Jake Speed...
As: Bert Alan
1991-03-15
Guilty by Suspicion...
As: Unknown
1984-09-16
Miami Vice...
As: Frobe Ernst
1994-01-19
seaQuest DSV...
As: Unknown
1979-12-27
Knots Landing...
As: Unknown
1982-03-25
Cagney & Lacey...
As: Unknown
1962-09-19
The Virginian...
As: Unknown
1977-09-20
Lou Grant...
As: Unknown
1984-09-30
Murder, She Wrote...
As: Unknown
1990-09-13
Law & Order...
As: Unknown
1986-09-15
L.A. Law...
As: Unknown
1982-03-13
T. J. Hooker...
As: Unknown
1999-01-08
Providence...
As: Unknown
1972-09-16
The Streets of San F...
As: Unknown
1977-01-30
The Hardy Boys / Nan...
As: Unknown
1997-03-04
The Practice...
As: Unknown
1983-09-21
Hotel...
As: Unknown
1969-09-24
Medical Center...
As: Unknown
1993-09-10
The X-Files...
As: Unknown
1985-09-18
The Equalizer...
As: Unknown
1984-09-18
Hunter...
As: Unknown
2004-10-03
Boston Legal...
As: Unknown
1985-01-20
MacGruder and Loud...