Gerald Berns Poster


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Overview (1)

Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in Boston, Gerald Berns is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and Boston University School of Law. A resident actor with The Boston Repertory Theatre for 5 years, Mr. Berns appeared in over 20 stage productions, starring in the world premieres of Harry Nilsson's musical, "The Point" - creating the role of "The Rockman" - and Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s "Player Piano" - creating the role of "Kroner". Mr. Berns has appeared in many television shows, commercials, and feature films. His character in "Beverly Hills Cop" was satirized in MAD Magazine. On stage in Los Angeles Mr. Berns was seen in "Outward Bound", a production at the Hudson Backstage, and at Ojai's Theatre 150 in "True West" by Sam Shepard, a production Mr. Shepard attended and called "one of the best productions" of the play he'd seen; of Mr. Berns' work, Mr. Shepard described it as "Good, really good." Also a screenwriter, Mr. Berns has been represented by the William Morris Agency and Paradigm.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: anonymous

Trade Mark (1)

Has a scar above his upper lip from saving a dog named Shakespeare from a speeding car - his own face split open on a chrome bumper, Navajo Nation, New Mexico, 1990.

Trivia (1)

Playing for the Univ. of Rhode Island baseball team, first time up got a hit off Springfield College pitcher Wayne Granger, later a major league pitcher inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame.

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