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Fred Sadoff

Highest Rated:   82% Papillon (1973)
Lowest Rated:   58% The Terminal Man (1974)
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Over his 50-year-long career, Fred Sadoff worked steadily on stage, television, and in feature films as a supporting actor, director, and occasional producer. In addition, Sadoff co-founded the prestigious Actors Studio. Sadoff learned his craft in summer stock and first trod the Broadway boards in the original production of South Pacific in 1942. After remaining busy in New York, Sadoff had a stint assistant directing at the Shakespeare Memorial Theater in Stratford-on-Avon in 1958 (Sadoff was the first American to work there in that capacity) through the early '70s when he moved to the West Coast to get into television and film. Sadoff had already made his film debut with a small part in The Quiet American (1959), but did not become active in films until he settled into Southern California. Sadoff's subsequent film credits include Cinderella Liberty, Papillion (both 1973), and The Starmaker (1981). Sardoff's television work included guest appearances on episodes of Kung Fu, The Magician, and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Doctor
1984
No Score Yet The Star Maker
  • Dr. Don Gold
1981
No Score Yet Death Ray 2000
  • Armand Duke
1981
No Score Yet Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
  • Lou Hecksher
1979
No Score Yet Betrayal
  • Dr. Todson
1978
58% The Terminal Man
  • Police Doctor
1974
No Score Yet Cinderella Liberty
  • Dr. Osgood
1973
82% Papillon
  • Deputy Warden
1973
No Score Yet Marco
  • Niccolo Polo
1973
79% The Poseidon Adventure
  • Linarcos
1972
No Score Yet Deathmaster
  • Producer
1972
No Score Yet The Quiet American
  • Dominguez
1958

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