Allan Rich

Allan Rich

  • Born on
    • February 8th, 1926
  • Died on
    • August 22nd, 2020
Allan Rich (born Benjamin Norman Schultz; (February 8, 1926 – August 22, 2020) was an American character actor, author and activist. Allan Rich was one of the many alleged communist sympathizers blacklisted in the 1950s Hollywood blacklist. He mentored Rene Russo in the world of acting and also played a judge in Hill Street Blues. Rich was the co-founder of non-profit organization We Care About Kids, which produces educational short films for middle and high school youths. Description above from the Wikipedia article Allan Rich, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Starring Allan Rich on Plex


Acting (21 Credits)

2014Wish I Was Here as Rabbi Twersky
2008The Last Word as Francis
2007Rise: Blood Hunter as Harrison
2006Lies and Alibis as Klump
1997Amistad as Judge Juttson
1997Out to Sea as Sebastian
1996The Rich Man's Wife as Bill Adolphe
1996Jack as Dr. Benfante
1995Two Much as Reverend Larrabee
1994Quiz Show as Robert Kintner
1991Highlander II: The Quickening as Allan Neyman
1991Guilty by Suspicion as Leonard Marks
1984Kidco as Jim Clark
1982The Entity as Dr. Walcott
1982Eating Raoul as Nazi
1980Hero at Large as Marty Fields
1979The Frisco Kid as Mr. Bialik
1975The Happy Hooker as Desk Sergeant
1974The Gambler as Bernie
1973Serpico as D. A. Tauber

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