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Oliver Clark

Highest Rated:   92% The Landlord (1970)
Lowest Rated:   30% Crazy in Alabama (1999)
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Short, stocky, bespectacled American actor Oliver Clark was usually described by critics and fans as "owlish." Specializing in nervous, nerdy types, Clark was seen in such films as They Might Be Giants (1971), The Landlord (1973), Barbra Streisand's version of A Star is Born (1977) and Ernest Saves Christmas (1989). Though active in films, Clark was most familiar for his TV assignments. In addition to his many guest appearances, Clark had regular stints on Karen (1975) as star Karen Valentine's "wacky neighbor" Jerry Siegel; on The Bob Newhart Show (1976) as the overly defensive Mr. Herd; and on The Two of Us (1981) as the ulcerated agent of talk-show host Mimi Kennedy. In 1977, Oliver Clark co-starred with Beverly Archer in We've Got Each Other, an easygoing TV sitcom about a commuter wife and a stay-at-home husband (way back when this sort of set-up was unusual).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Harder und die Göre
  • Director
2013
No Score Yet Brother Theodore
  • Actor
2007
78% They Might Be Giants
  • Mr. Small
2006
30% Crazy in Alabama
  • Endora's Stand-In
1999
60% Mystery Men
  • Reverse Psychologist
1999
No Score Yet Nightlife
  • Actor
1989
38% Ernest Saves Christmas
  • Joe Curruthers
1988
No Score Yet One Cooks, the Other Doesn't
  • Danny
1983
40% Doctor Detroit
  • Shaky Alcoholic Lawyer
1983
No Score Yet The Last Married Couple in America
  • Max Dryden
1980
No Score Yet Hanging by a Thread
  • Eddie Minton
1979
No Score Yet The Great Texas Dynamite Chase
  • Officer Andy
1977
31% A Star is Born
  • Gary Danziger
1976
39% The Great Gatsby
  • Fat Man
1974
No Score Yet Deadhead Miles
  • Durazno
1972
92% The Landlord
  • Mr. Farcus
1970
No Score Yet End of the Road
  • Dog Man
1970

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Full House
1987-1995
  • Principal Robolard
  • 1995

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