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Who is Richard Masur?
Richard Masur is an American actor who has appeared in more than 80 movies. From 1995 to 1999, he served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild.
- also known as Richard D. Masur, Richard Masue
- born on (67 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor, film director, television director
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by Jerry Roberts
Richard Masur, Tcheky Karyo, Donal Logue, Dakin Matthews, Charles Martin Smith, Jeffrey Nordling, and Richard Jenkins. Blending actual documentary footage with the drama shot by both directors, as well as with interviews with witnesses and participants, Hiroshima is an extraordinary achievement and a sobering examination of the deathly power of the atomic bombs that were dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan, to end World War II. Hiroshima was nominated for Emmy ...
Supernatural and Science Fiction Elements in Novels, Pulps, Comics, Films, Television and Games, 2d ed. by Paul Green
Premiere: December 11, 1982; Main Cast: Fred Ward as Lyle Swann, Belinda Bauer as Claire Cygne, Peter Coyote as Porter Reese, Richard Masur as Claude Dorsett, L.Q. Jones ...
by Vincent Terrace
Bill Lewis; the desk clerk James Cromwell Clifford Ainsley; the hotel manager Richard Masur Suzy Marta Rocket; a prostitute Jeannie Linero April Green; a prostitute Conchata Ferrell Winthrop Morse; the cantankerous old man Stan Gottlieb Charles Bingham; the philosopher A] Freeman Jr Jackie; a young, unemployed girl Robin Wilson Millie; the waitress Gloria LeRoy Esmee Belotti; the mother of the never-seen psychotic youngster, Moose Charlotte Rae George; a homosexual Lee ...
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But people who think they can project themselves into deafness are mistaken because you can't. And I'm not talking about imagining what a deaf person's whole life is like I even mean just realizing what it is like for an instant. (Richard Masur)
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