Jerry Dunphy

Highest Rated: 95% Short Cuts (1993)
Lowest Rated: 0% 3 Strikes (2000)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A handsome, silver-crowned news anchor whose soothing baritone voice and warm familiarity helped him to endure as one of L.A.'s most beloved and trustworthy newscasters, Jerry Dunphy's remarkable 40 years as a broadcaster brought him both instant local recognition and numerous film roles in which he usually played a character fairly close to home. Born in Milwaukee in 1921, Dunphy served as a captain in the Army Air Corps during WWII before returning to his home state to finish college and begin his career as a broadcaster in Peoria, IL. Subsequently working for CBS Radio and ABC, Dunphy later moved to Los Angeles, which positioned him well for numerous roles as a broadcaster in film and television. Appearing in such television series as Batman and Roseanne and such features as Oh, God! (1977) and Independence Day (1996), Dunphy's persona was the definition of the distinguished and sincere newscaster. After suffering heart attacks in both 1978 and 1991, Dunphy died in May of 2002 after stricken by a third heart attack in front of his L.A. condo. He was 80.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
0% 3 Strikes As Himself 2000
76% Bulworth Himself 1998
17% The Jerky Boys Anchorwoman 1995
10% Beverly Hills Cop III Newscaster 1994
22% Jimmy Hollywood Anchorperson 1994
95% Short Cuts Himself 1993
33% Hard to Kill Newscaster 1990
25% Impulse TV Anchorman 1990
72% Oh, God! Newscaster 1977
8% Night of the Lepus TV Newscaster 1972
No Score Yet The Love Machine Newscaster 1971
No Score Yet Warning Shot TV Newscaster 1967
No Score Yet Goodbye Charlie TV Newscaster 1964
67% Kitten with a Whip Newscaster 1964

TV

CREDIT
76% Roseanne
1988-2018
Don
  • 1996
  • 1995

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