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Mr. Harper has his own website, at www.robertharper.net; RobertHarper.netis a network of services involving the stage, film and television work ofthe professional actor, Robert Harper. Mr. Harper is a member of ScreenActors Guild (SAG), American Federation of Television and Radio Artists(AFTRA) and Actors Equity (AEA). He is a member of the Academy ofTelevision Arts and Sciences (ATAS) and one of 1400 actors worldwideaccepted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). Heis listed with Who's Who in America and is represented by JamesWeissenbach of Weissenbach Management in Los Angeles, CA.Mr. Harper has supporting roles in the motion pictures Creepshow, OnceUpon a Time in America, Final Analysis, Wanted Dead or Alive,Deconstructing Harry, Gunmen, Molly, The Insider, and appears in AmazingGrace and Chuck, Twins, Mommie Dearest and The War of the Roses.He co-stars in the cable films Running Mates (HBO), Payoff, The Wrong Man,and J. Edgar Hoover (all for Showtime); and Not Quite Human (DisneyChannel). In network telefilms, Mr. Harper starred in Dempsey, DeadlyDeception, Outback Bound, The Case of the Hillside Stranglers, Babies,Held Hostage, Love and Lies, Paper Angels (for American Playhouse), and inthe Hallmark Hall of Fame's presentation of My Name is Bill W.On television, he starred as the melancholic lawyer Si "Bubba" Weisbergerin the acclaimed CBS series Frank's Place (1987-1988) and as the acerbicJudge Irwin Hawes in the ABC series Philly (2001-2002). He starred in twotrue crime CBS miniseries: Ruby Ridge and Murder Ordained. He hadrecurring roles as an attorney on L.A. LAW and as a Federal Agent onWiseguy. He has guest starred on episodes of NYPD Blue, Law & Order,Picket Fences, Murphy Brown, Roseanne, Newhart, The Cosby Mysteries, TheCommish, Gabriel's Fire, Home Court, Matlock, Commander in Chief, GilmoreGirls and Murder, She Wrote.
You ever think of setting yourselves up in business? All those trucks used to haul liquor, soon be selling them for nothing. I'm talking about hundreds of vehicles controlled by a national organization. And supported by a powerful union headed by Jimmy. Whatever you ask, there's no way he can turn you down.
(scared and crying) - Let's get the campus police!
(scared and crying) Let's get the campus police!
No! The campus security is no good! If I'm having trouble swallowing this, what the f**k will they think?
I don't know what they would think.
They'd think you had been off on a hell of a toot. They'd think that we'd both been off on a hell of a toot! Seeing Tasmanian devils instead of pink elephants.