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Ron Leibman
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Actor
    (October 11, 1937- )
    Appeared in 'Where's Poppa? (1970),' 'The Hot Rock (1972),' 'Slaughterhouse-Five (1972,' 'Super Cops (1974),' 'Norma Rae (1979),' 'Up the Academy (1980),' 'Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981),' 'Phar Lap (1984)' and 'Dummy (2002)'
    Starred as Martin 'Kaz' Kazinsky in the series 'Kaz (1978)'
    Appeared as Dr. Leonard Green in 'Friends'
    Married Linda Lavin (1969-1981)
    Married Jessica Walters (1983- )
    He always plays intimidating, overbearing characters.
    He has an explosive temper that has cost him many acting jobs.
    He wears a toupee.
    He tried to have his name removed from the credits of 'Up the Academy' even though he was the star of the picture.
    His relentless demand for perfection was said to be the basis for Dustin Hoffman's character in 'Tootsie.'
    He won a Tony for playing Roy Cohn in 'Angels in America: Millennium Approaches'
    He won an acting Emmy for 'Kaz,' a series he also created and wrote.

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