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Michael Rougas (1931–2008)

Michael Rougas was born on January 22, 1931 in Astoria, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987), Scarface (1983) and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). He died on June 19, 2008 in Palm Springs, California, USA. See full bio »
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 1986 L.A. Law (TV Series)
Maitre d'
- Fry Me to the Moon (1986) ... Maitre d'
 1986 Highway to Heaven (TV Series)
- Love at Second Sight (1986) ... Bartender
 1985 Fast Forward
 1983 Scarface
 1980 Dallas (TV Series)
Coughing patient
- Paternity Suit (1980) ... Coughing patient
 1979 C.H.O.M.P.S.
T.V. Newsman
 1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Lt. Cleary
 1979 The Great Santini
Col. J.S. Mullinax
 1979 Portrait of a Hitman
Art critic
 1978 The Next Step Beyond (TV Series)
George Mason
- The Return of Cary De Witt ... George Mason (as Micheal Rougas)
 1978 Switch (TV Series)
- Play-Off (1978) ... Meekers
 1976 Grand Jury
 1976 Little House on the Prairie (TV Series)
Dr. Canby
- The Hunters (1976) ... Dr. Canby
 1970 Airport
Navigator (uncredited)
 1969 Flareup
Dr. Connors
 1968 Ice Station Zebra
 1960 Where the Boys Are
Minor Role (uncredited)

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