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  • John Schuck (b. 4 February 1940) is an American actor.
  • Schuck is also known for his work on Star Trek movies and television series, often playing a Klingon character, as well as his recurring roles as Draal on Babylon 5 and as Chief of Detectives Muldrew of the New York City Police Department in the Law & Order programs, especially Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
  • right|thumb|200px|John Schuck 04/02/1940 - Boston, Massachusetts (Estados Unidos)
  • John Schuck (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Boston, Massachusetts, USAals Conrad John Schuck Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Er spielte vier verschiedenen Rollen in Star Trek. So war er der klingonischen Botschafter in Star Trek IV: Zurück in die Gegenwart und Star Trek VI: Das unentdeckte Land, Legat Parn in der [[]]-Epsiode , Chormitglied #2 in der [[]]-Episode sowie Antaak in den [[]]-Episoden und .
  • Schuck started his acting career onstage at Denison University, and after graduation he acted at the Cleveland Playhouse, Baltimore's Centerstage, and finally ended up at the American Conservatory Theater, where director Robert Altman discovered him. Altman cast him in his first theatrical appearance as Captain Walter Koskiusko "Painless Pole" Waldowski, in the 1970 film M*A*S*H, in which Schuck was the first actor ever to say the "F" word in a major motion film. Altman cast him in three more of his films: Brewster McCloud, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, and Thieves Like Us.
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  • One son, Aaron Bay-Schuck, with Bay
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  • Actor, Voice Artist, TV personality
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  • 1940-02-04
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  • Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
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  • Born
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  • 1962
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  • Character from 1970 MASH film
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  • Conrad John Schuck
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  • Ms. Harrison Houlé, 1988-present
  • Susan Bay, 1981-1983, divorced
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  • John Schuck
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Actor
  • John Schuck
Name
  • John Schuck
  • John Schuck
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  • ...as Chief of Detectives Muldrew
  • ...as Stefan Havel
  • John Schuck in 2011
PlaceOfBirth
  • Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Place of Birth
  • Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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  • Antaak.jpg
  • Stefan Havel.jpg
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  • 920
  • 50770
  • nm0775870
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  • 1940-02-04
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  • Male
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  • --02-04
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  • Conrad John Schuck
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  • John Schuck (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Boston, Massachusetts, USAals Conrad John Schuck Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Er spielte vier verschiedenen Rollen in Star Trek. So war er der klingonischen Botschafter in Star Trek IV: Zurück in die Gegenwart und Star Trek VI: Das unentdeckte Land, Legat Parn in der [[]]-Epsiode , Chormitglied #2 in der [[]]-Episode sowie Antaak in den [[]]-Episoden und . Außerhalb von Star Trek wurde Schuck vor allem durch seine Rollen als Herman Munster in Familie Munster und in Zweitbesetzung als Draal in Babylon 5 bekannt.
  • John Schuck (b. 4 February 1940) is an American actor.
  • Schuck is also known for his work on Star Trek movies and television series, often playing a Klingon character, as well as his recurring roles as Draal on Babylon 5 and as Chief of Detectives Muldrew of the New York City Police Department in the Law & Order programs, especially Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
  • right|thumb|200px|John Schuck 04/02/1940 - Boston, Massachusetts (Estados Unidos)
  • Schuck started his acting career onstage at Denison University, and after graduation he acted at the Cleveland Playhouse, Baltimore's Centerstage, and finally ended up at the American Conservatory Theater, where director Robert Altman discovered him. Altman cast him in his first theatrical appearance as Captain Walter Koskiusko "Painless Pole" Waldowski, in the 1970 film M*A*S*H, in which Schuck was the first actor ever to say the "F" word in a major motion film. Altman cast him in three more of his films: Brewster McCloud, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, and Thieves Like Us. The years 1971 - 1977 saw Schuck as Sergeant Charles Enright in McMillan and Wife, while 1976 caught a glimpse of him in the short-lived series Holmes & Yo-Yo as Gregory "Yo-Yo" Yoyonovich. In 1977 he starred as Odell, an overseer in the mini-series Roots. In 1979 he was cast as Frankenstein's Monster in the TV holiday special The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (alternate title: The Night Dracula Saved The World.) He made his Broadway debut in 1979 using the name "John Schuck" as Oliver Warbucks, acting as a replacement in the original Broadway musical comedy Annie, which ran in New York City for a special three-week engagement at the Alvin Theater. It was in 1980 when he was cast as a "regular replacement" in Annie on Broadway, which ran for a year and a half. It was in 1986 that he was cast as the Klingon ambassador (a role he's well known for in the Star Trek community) in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, and in 1991 he played him again in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. He also appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (as Legate Parn), Star Trek: Voyager (as Chorus #3), and in Star Trek: Enterprise (as Antaak). He also made an appearance as Draal in Babylon 5, and in 1994 he acted as Ralgha nar Hhallas (call sign Hobbes) in the video game Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger, and also acted in Holy Matrimony. In 2006 he reprised the role of Daddy Warbucks in the Broadway revival of Annie, this time using the name Conrad John Schuck, touring nationally in that role. He is currently married to his second wife, artist Harrison Houle (his first wife being Susan Bay). He has one son with Susan named Aaron, and two stepsons with Harrison.
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