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Place of Birth New Lisbon, Wisconsin, USA
Birthday 1943-07-03

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Kurtwood Larson Smith (born July 3, 1943) is an American television and film actor. He is best known for playing Clarence Boddicker in RoboCop and stern parental characters (That '70s Show, Dead Poets Society, Worst Week), and for his appearances in the genre of science fiction (Star Trek, The X-Files). He also starred in the seventh season of 24.

Acting

2017El Camino Christmas as Sheriff Bob Fuller
2017Amityville: The Awakening as Dr. Milton
2015Regular Show: The Movie as Gene
2012Hitchcock as Geoffrey Shurlock
2011Cedar Rapids as Orin Helgesson
2009Green Lantern: First Flight as Kanjar Ro (voice)
2009Starz Inside - Unforgettably Evil as Himself
2004Lonely Place
2003That 70's Christmas as Red Foreman
2002Teddy Bears' Picnic as Sec. of Transportation William Easter
1999Girl, Interrupted as Dr. Crumble
1998Deep Impact as Otis Hefter
1998Shelter as Tom Cantrell
1996Citizen Ruth as Norm Stoney
1996A Time to Kill as Stump Sisson
1995Last of the Dogmen as Sheriff Deegan
1995To Die For as Earl Stone
1994Dead on Sight
1993Boxing Helena as Dr. Alan Harrison
1993The Crush as Cliff Forrester
1992Fortress as Prison Director Poe
1991Shadows and Fog as Vogel's Follower
1991Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country as Federation President
1991Company Business as Elliot Jaffe
1991Oscar as Lt. Toomey, Chicago PD
1990Quick Change as Russ Crane / Lombino
199012:01 PM as Myron Castleman
1989Heart Of Dixie as Professor Flournoy
1989Dead Poets Society as Mr. Perry
1989True Believer as Robert Reynard
1988Rambo III as Griggs
1987RoboCop as Clarence Boddicker
1987The Delos Adventure as Arthur McNeil
1986The Christmas Gift as Jake Richards
1985The Midnight Hour as Captain Warren Jensen
1985International Airport as Gilbert
1985Deadly Messages as Lieutenant Burton
1984Flashpoint as Carson
1983Going Berserk as Clarence
1982The Renegades as Captain Frank Scanlon
1981Murder in Texas as Gus Kalb


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