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Don Brockett (1930–1995)

Don Brockett was born on January 30, 1930 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as Richard Donald Brockett. He was an actor, known for The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Flashdance (1983) and Day of the Dead (1985). He was married to Leslie Brockett. He died on May 2, 1995 in Pittsburgh. See full bio »

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 1992 Hoffa
Police Captain
 1992 Bob Roberts
 1992 Against Her Will: An Incident in Baltimore (TV Movie)
Judge Mulligan
 1991 Mobsters
Irish Politician
 1991 Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh
Police Chief 'Buzz Saw' Ryan
 1990 Night of the Living Dead
Zombie (uncredited)
 1990 Criminal Justice (TV Movie)
Judge Mulino
 1990 Equal Justice (TV Series)
Court Clerk #1
- Pilot (1990) ... Court Clerk #1
 1989 Fletch Lives
 1988 The Prince of Pennsylvania
Tony Minetta
 1988 Tiger Warsaw
 1987 Lady Beware
 1985 Walls of Glass
Van Driver
 1985 Day of the Dead
Featured Zombie
 1985 Rappin'
Store Manager
 1983 Heart of Steel (TV Movie)
 1983 Flashdance
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Don Brockett was the director of FORBIDDEN PITTSBURGH, a series of annual year-in-review spoofs of the city of Pittsburgh. He was one of the only independent producers of theatre in Pittsburgh.

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