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Jack Waltzer

Jack Waltzer is known for his work on Bitter Moon (1992), Death and the Maiden (1994) and The Werewolf of Washington (1973). See full bio »

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Known For

Bitter Moon
Bitter Moon Miscellaneous Crew
Death and the Maiden
Death and the Maiden Miscellaneous Crew
The Werewolf of Washington
The Werewolf of Washington Appointments Secretary
The Farmer
The Farmer Doc Valentine


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 1977 The Farmer
Doc Valentine
 1973 The Werewolf of Washington
Appointments Secretary
 1965 The Doctors and the Nurses (TV Series)
- An Unweeded Garden (1965) ... Jerry
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 2007 La chambre vide (Short) (drama coach)
 1994 Death and the Maiden (drama coach)
 1992 Bitter Moon (drama coach)
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 2008 The Brothers Kowalski (Short) (special thanks)
 2007 I Am a Bird Now (Short) (very special thanks)
 2005/II Flirt (Short) (very special thanks)
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 2011 JacK Waltzer: On the Craft of Acting (Documentary)

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Other Works:

"Incident at Vichy," original drama, written by Arthur Miller; directed by Harold Clurman; Stanley Beck (portraying Bayard); C. Thomas Blackwell (portraying Police Guard); James Dukas (portraying Second Detective); Pierre Epstein (portraying Prisoner); James Greene (portraying Police Captain); Hal Holbrook (portraying Major); ... See more »

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