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Bernie Diamond (1922–2011)

Bernie Diamond was born on May 22, 1922 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA as Bernard Richard Diamond. He was an actor and producer, known for The Letter Writer (2011), The Reunion (2008) and Charly (2002). He died on July 26, 2011 in Ogden, Utah. See full bio »


(age 89) in Ogden, Utah, USA
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Known For

The Letter Writer
The Letter Writer Sam Worthingtom
The Reunion
Charly Rafferty
Take a Chance
Take a Chance Doc Buddles


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 2011 The Letter Writer (TV Movie)
Sam Worthingtom
 2011 17 Miracles
 2009 One Man's Treasure
 2008 The Reunion (Short)
 2006 Take a Chance (Video)
Doc Buddles
 2006 The Letter Writer (Video short)
 2006 Church Ball
Old Man Player
 2004 Baptists at Our Barbecue
Fern (as Bernie M. Diamond)
 2003 Everwood (TV Series)
- Everwood Confidential (2003) ... Charlie (as Bernie M. Diamond)
 2002 Charly
Rafferty (as Bernie M. Diamond)
 2002 Firestarter 2: Rekindled (TV Movie)
Old Man (as Bernie M. Diamond)
 2002 Out of Step
Jenny's bishop (as Bernie M. Diamond)
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 2008 The Reunion (Short) (associate producer)
 2006 Take a Chance (Video) (executive producer - as Bernie M. Diamond)
 2002 Out of Step (executive producer - as Bernie M. Diamond)
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 2004 The Apprentice (TV Series)
- The Price Is Height (2004) ... Himself
- Dupe-lex (2004) ... Himself
- Trading Places (2004) ... Himself

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He acted in John Patrick's play, "The Hasty Heart," at The Arena Stage Theatre in Washington D.C. with George Grizzard, Roy Poole, Edward Hall, John Pincombe, Henry Oliver, Pamela Ritchard, Warner Schreiner and Stanley Pitts in the cast. Alan Schneider was director.

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Bernie M. Diamond

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