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Martin Priest (1927–2009)

Martin Priest was born on May 9, 1927 in New York City, New York, USA as Emanuel Nureck. He was an actor and producer, known for The Plot Against Harry (1989), Nothing But a Man (1964) and Zebrahead (1992). He was married to Catherine Winslow. He died on January 6, 2009 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, USA. See full bio »

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 1993 Law & Order (TV Series)
Jacob Brinkman
- Benevolence (1993) ... Jacob Brinkman
 1992 Zebrahead
Saul
 1991 Dragnet (TV Series)
Hyde Freeman
- Where's My Soup Cans? (1991) ... Hyde Freeman
 1989 The Plot Against Harry
Harry Plotnick
 1971 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (TV Series)
D.A.
- The Hyland Confession (1971) ... D.A.
 1966 Gunsmoke (TV Series)
Baker
- Sanctuary (1966) ... Baker
 1966 Harper
Dancer (uncredited)
 1966 The Fugitive (TV Series)
Guard
- Stroke of Genius (1966) ... Guard
 1965 I Spy (TV Series)
Lee Pink
- No Exchange on Damaged Merchandise (1965) ... Lee Pink
 1965 Ben Casey (TV Series)
Drake
 1965 Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series)
Rafe Adeen
- The Safe House (1965) ... Rafe Adeen
 1964 The Reporter (TV Series)
Vito
- Hideout (1964) ... Vito
 1964 Nothing But a Man
Mill Worker
 1964 East Side/West Side (TV Series)
- The Street (1964)
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 1989 The Plot Against Harry (associate producer)
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He made guest appearances on both of the longest running prime time dramas in US television history: Gunsmoke (1955) and Law & Order (1990).

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