HOWARD PLATT is a show business veteran of more than 37 years. As an actor he has appeared in at least 100 plays assuming the roles of everyone from Abraham Lincoln to Santa Claus to Frank McCourt and brother, Malachy. He has made numerous comedic and dramatic appearances on television, most recently as Rev. Weber in What About Joan? He is best known for his roles as Hoppy the Cop on Sandford and Son, Dr. Phil Newman on The Bob Newhart Show, Marvin on Alice and Judge Jonathan Stockfish on Evening Shade with Burt Reynolds, Charles Durning and Marilu Henner. As a series regular he played Captain Doug March on Flying High with Connie Sellecca, Pat Klous and Katherine Witt, Roger Martinson, Esq. on Empire with Patrick McNee, Dennis Dugan, Edward Winter and Michael McGuire and Raymond Peterson on Me, On The Radio? with Sally Struthers. His many movie roles include The Rock, Nixon, The Cat from Outer Space and Norma Jean & Marilyn. Mr. Platt has directed a dozen shows including A Couple Of Blaguards, Don't Dress For Dinner, Pump Boys And Dinettes, Love Letters and Steel Magnolias. Among 20 shows Platt was involved in producing in Chicago with Cullen, Henaghan and Platt, his association with Robert Whitehead during the first Broadway Alliance production, Steve Tesich's Speed Of Darkness, was a theatrical high point.

Theatre (partial listing)
Triad Theatre NYC A COUPLE OF BLAGUARDS Frank McCourt & Malachy McCourt
Terrace Room Boston A COUPLE OF BLAGUARDS Frank McCourt & Malachy McCourt
Peninsula Players WI RAIN Joe Horn
Peninsula Players WI AMADEUS Emperor
Peninsula Players WI THE SPIDER’S WEB Sir Rowland
Peninsula Players WI GUYS AND DOLLS Brannigan
Peninsula Players WI MOOM OVER BUFFALO Richard
Peninsula Players WI A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON
THE WAY TO THE FORUM (musical)
Marcus Lycus
Peninsula Players WI YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU Paul Sycamore
Fish Creek WI GREATER TUNA Thurston Wheelis
Williamstown Theatre Festival ELEANOR (musical) Franklin Roosevelt
Aquarius Theatre LA
Watertower Thertre CH
Burt Reynolds Theatre FL
National Tour
I’M GETTING MY ACT TOGETHER AND TAKING IT ON THE ROAD Joe
Forum Theatre CH
RUMORS Glenn Cooper
Pheasant Run Theatre BREAKFAST WITH LES AND BESS Les
Midwest Tour (one man show) LINCOLN, MAN OF DESTINY Lincoln
Peninsula Players WI BREAKING LEGS Terence O’Keefe
Forum Theatre CH BREAKING LEGS Terence O’Keefe
Manhattan Theatre Club THE HOUSE THAT GOES ON FOREVER Jim Gates
Peninsula Players WI LETTICE AND LOVAGE Bardolph
Drury Lane CH SOLID GOLD CADILLAC Clifford Snell
Pheasant Run Theatre PICNIC Alan Seymour
Peninsula Players WI THE FOURTH WALL Roger
Greenstreet 1 Theatre CH SOMEONE WAITING Walter Fenn
Pheasant Run Theatre CRITICS CHOICE Dion Kapakos
Television Series Regular Roles
EMPIRE
CBS Starring as Roger Martinson
FLYING HIGH CBS Starring as Capt. Doug March
ME, ON THE RADIO? CBS Starring as Raymond Peterson
Television Series Recurring Roles
EVENING SHADE
CBS as Judge Jonathan Stockfish
BOB NEWHART CBS as Dr. Phil Newman
SANFORD AND SON NBC as Hoppy the cop
DOC ELLIOT ABC as Harvey the sheriff
ALICE CBS as Marvin the Jewelry Salesman
Guest Star Appearances (partial listing)
TALES OF THE CITY
BBC d/Alaster Reed
FLYING BLIND Fox d/Peter Bonerz
SILK STALKINGS USA d/John Blizek
FACE VALUE Fox D/Matt Diamond
BARNEY MILLER ABC 7 appearances d/ Noam Pitlick
M*A*S*H CBS d/Alan Alda
SMALL WONDER ABC d/Jim Drake
OVEREXPOSED ABC MOW d/Bob Markowitz
YOUNG MAVERICK NBC MOW d/Holly Morse
CRY RAPE CBS MOW d/Corey Allen
SNATCHED ABC MOW d/Sutton Roley
THE TRIAL OF CHAPLAIN JENSEN CBS MOW d/Bob Daly
THREE ON A DATE ABC MOW d/Bill Bixby
I HAD THREE WIVES CBS MOW d/Bill Bixby
BOY IN THE PLASTIC BUBBLE NBC MOW d/Randall Cunningham
Films (partial listing)
THE Lucky Ones d/Neil Burger
THE ROCK
d/Michael Bay
NORMA JEAN AND MARILYN d/Tim Fywell
VEGAS VACATION d/Stephen Kessler
WESTWORLD d/Michael Crichton
THREE THE HARD WAY d/Gordon Parks , Jr.
NIXON d/Oliver Stone
BLAST d/Albert Pyun
WALK LIKE A MAN d/Mel Frank
T.R. BASKIN d/Herbert Ross
PRIME CUT d/Michael Ritchie
THE CAT FROM OUTER SPACE d/Herb Kenwith
THE GREAT SCOUT AND CATHOUSE THURSDAY d/Don Taylor
HERBIE AND THE LOVE BUG d/Bill Bixby
Special Skills: Character voices - American dialects - various Southern, Cajun, New York, Upper Midwest - European dialects - Irish, British, French, Scandinavian, German - Oriental dialects - Chinese, Japanese, East Indian etc. Folk rhythm guitar, singer, song writer

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