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Lewis J. Stadlen

The son of voiceover actor Allen Swift, Lewis J. Stadlen began his own career by studying with Sanford Meisner and Stella Adler. At 19, Stadlen was cast as Mendel in the touring company of Fiddler on the Roof. He made his 1969 Broadway debut as Julius Marx (Groucho Marx) in the musical comedy Minnie's Boys. Notably, Stadlen appeared in 1974 in the... See full bio »
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Known For

The Impostors
The Impostors Bandleader
(1998)
Serpico
Serpico Berman
(1973)
In & Out
In & Out Ed Kenrow
(1997)
The Verdict
The Verdict Dr. Gruber
(1982)

Filmography

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 2014 Live from Lincoln Center (TV Series)
Efram
- The Nance (2014) ... Efram
 2012 Smash (TV Series)
Ralph Masius
- The Workshop (2012) ... Ralph Masius
- Chemistry (2012) ... Ralph Masius
- Enter Mr. DiMaggio (2012) ... Ralph Masius (as Lewis Stadlen)
 2010 Damages (TV Series)
Dr. Maurice Samuels
- Drive It Through Hardcore (2010) ... Dr. Maurice Samuels
 2000-2007 The Sopranos (TV Series)
Dr. Freid / Dr. Ira Fried / Dr. Ira Freid
- Stage 5 (2007) ... Dr. Ira Fried
- Watching Too Much Television (2002) ... Dr. Ira Freid
- Army of One (2001) ... Dr. Freid (as Lewis Stadlen)
- Amour Fou (2001) ... Dr. Freid
- The Happy Wanderer (2000) ... Dr. Freid
 2004 Curb Your Enthusiasm (TV Series)
Lewis J. Stadlen / Max Bialystock
- Mel's Offer (2004) ... Lewis J. Stadlen / Max Bialystock
 2000 The Man Who Came to Dinner (TV Movie)
Banjo
 1998 The Impostors
Bandleader
 1997 In & Out
Ed Kenrow
 1995 Aaron's Magic Village
Lekish / Zeinvel / The Peddler (voice)
 1995 New York News (TV Series)
 1994 I.Q.
Moderator
 1991 Law & Order (TV Series)
Eli Schwab
- The Serpent's Tooth (1991) ... Eli Schwab (as Lewis Stadlen)
 1990 Funny About Love
Avi
 1986-1989 The Equalizer (TV Series)
Danny / Mr. Cooper
- The Caper (1989) ... Danny
- A Community of Civilized Men (1986) ... Mr. Cooper
 1988 Monsters (TV Series)
Jay Blake
- New York Honey (1988) ... Jay Blake
 1987/I Murder by the Book (TV Movie)
Norman Wagstaff (uncredited)
 1984 Windy City
Marty
 1983 To Be or Not to Be
Lupinsky
 1982 The Verdict
Dr. Gruber (as Lewis Stadlen)
 1982 Soup for One
Allan's Father
 1980 Omnibus (TV Series)
Groucho Marx
- Episode dated 15 June 1980 (1980) ... Groucho Marx
 1979-1980 Benson (TV Series)
John Taylor
- Marcy's Vacation (1980) ... John Taylor
- The Army Wants You (1980) ... John Taylor
- Takin' It to the Streets (1980) ... John Taylor
- Power Play (1980) ... John Taylor
- Old Man Gatlin' (1980) ... John Taylor
 1977 Between the Lines
Stanley
 1976 Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys (TV Movie)
Sam Liebowitz
 1973 Serpico
Berman
 1972 Parades
Potofski
 1972 Savages
Julian Branch, a Song Writer (as Lewis Stadlen)
 1972 Portnoy's Complaint
Mandel (as Lewis Stadlen)
 1970 George M! (TV Movie)
The Stage Manager
 1966 The Edge of Night (TV Series)
Newsboy
- Episode dated 15 April 1966 (1966) ... Newsboy (as Lewis Stadlen)
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Other Works:

: Played Mickey Fox in "45 Seconds From Broadway" play by Neil Simon (Richard Rodgers Theatre, New York City, New York, USA). See more »

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Alternate Names:

Lewis Stadlen
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It takes a serious man to be a good comic.

Trivia:

Has twice been nominated for Broadway's Tony Award: in 1974 as Best Actor (Musical) for "Candide," and 22 years later, in 1996, as Best Actor (Featured Role - Musical) for a revival of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." See more »

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