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Selected list of Phil Rubenstein film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits

1993
Heaven! (Short Film)
Big mobster

1992
Capt. Brooks

1992
Getting Up and Going Home (1992) (TV Movie)
-

1991
Another You (1991)
Al

1991
Drexell's Class (1991) (TV Show)
Powell

1990
RoboCop 2 (1990)
Poulos

1990
Hull High (1990) (TV Show)
Mr. Nukbaum

1989
My Mom's a Werewolf
Malcolm Macafee

1989
Tango & Cash (1989)
Assistant Warden Matt Sokowski

1989
Burt

1989
Rodney Dangerfield: Opening Night at Rodney's Place (TV Movie)
Scotty

1989
Dragnet (1989) (TV Show)
Mike Bowers

1988
Director

1988
Crossing the Mob (TV Movie)
-

1988
Frank Nitti: The Enforcer (1988) (TV Movie)
-

1987
Mannequin (1987)
Mannequin Factory Boss

1987
CBS Summer Playhouse (1987) (TV Show)
Chris Reo

1987
Rags to Riches (1987) (TV Show)
Miles Parnell

1986
Executive #1

1986
Body Slam (1986)
Tom McMillan

1986
Ghost Warrior (1986)
Detective Carlysle

1986
Detective

1986
Inside Out (1986)
Marty

1986
1st Garbageman

1986
Can You Feel Me Dancing? (TV Movie)
Eddie

1986
Intimate Encounters (1986) (TV Movie)
Harold

1986
ALF (1986) (TV Show)
Customer at garage sale

1986
L.A. Law (1986) (TV Show)
Nate Greenberg

1986
The Redd Foxx Show (1986) (TV Show)
Barnie

1986
Me & Mrs. C. (1986) (TV Show)
Doctor

1986
One Big Family (1986) (TV Show)
Mr. Spangler

1985
Gutfield

1985
Comedy Factory (1985) (TV Show)
Mr. Vaughn

1985
George Burns Comedy Week (1985) (TV Show)
-

1985
Moonlighting (1985) (TV Show)
Mr. Bigelow, Sloan

1985
Street Hawk (1985) (TV Show)
Abe

1985
The Golden Girls (1985) (TV Show)
The Exterminator

1984
Kidco (1984)
Mel Sloman

1984
Rhinestone (1984)
Maurie

1984
Getting Physical (1984) (TV Movie)
Maury

1984
Airwolf (1984) (TV Show)
Edward Stoner

1984
Crazy Like a Fox (1984) (TV Show)
-

1984
Dreams (TV Show)
-

1984
Highway to Heaven (1984) (TV Show)
Fatso Kessler, Lieutenant Yablonsky

1984
Hunter (1984) (TV Show)
Tito Constantine

1984
Murder, She Wrote (1984) (TV Show)
Deli Clerk

1984
Night Court (1984) (TV Show)
Mario, Phillip Falcone

1984
Santa Barbara (1984) (TV Show)
Lounge Manager

1984
The New Mike Hammer (1984) (TV Show)
Dan Bartholomew

1984
Who's the Boss? (1984) (TV Show)
Phil, The Dealer

1984
Gone Are the Dayes (1984) (TV Movie)
Brother #2

1983
Cracking Up (1983)
Airport Security Guard

1983
Hardcastle and McCormick (1983) (TV Show)
Horace Munson

1983
Mama's Family (1983) (TV Show)
'Settlement' Sam Travis

1983
Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983) (TV Show)
-

1983
We Got It Made (1983) (TV Show)
Nathan

1983
Webster (1983) (TV Show)
Sal

1982
Gino

1982
Vito Brazzi

1982
Knight Rider (1982) (TV Show)
Joe

1982
Newhart (1982) (TV Show)
Phil

1982
Remington Steele (1982) (TV Show)
Leo Blitzman

1982
Silver Spoons (1982) (TV Show)
Mr. Chicken, Trout

1982
T.J. Hooker (1982) (TV Show)
Axel Shiff

1982
Cassie & Co. (1982) (TV Show)
Howie Schwartz

1982
No Soap, Radio (1982) (TV Show)
Rico

1981
Force: Five (1981)
-

1981
Gimme a Break! (1981) (TV Show)
Philly, Captain Luchesi

1981
Hill Street Blues (1981) (TV Show)
Salad Bar Guy, Lewis Burke, Ben

1981
A Small Killing (1981) (TV Movie)
Man in Theater

1981
A Girl's Life (1981) (TV Movie)
Man

1980
Love in a Taxi
Mel

1979
The Rose (1979)
Pot Belly

1979
Archie Bunker's Place (1979) (TV Show)
Ray Morelli

1979
Trapper John, M.D. (1979) (TV Show)
First Patient

1979
Working Stiffs (1979) (TV Show)
Frank Falzone

1978
Taxi (1978) (TV Show)
Wayne Hubbard

1978
The Incredible Hulk (1978) (TV Show)
Fats

1978
The White Shadow (1978) (TV Show)
School Doctor

1977
Contract on Cherry Street (1977) (TV Movie)
Deli Clerk

1976
Dark Sunday (1976)
Lieutenant Untz

1975
The Jeffersons (1975) (TV Show)
Cap Scanlon, Lou

1974
Barney Miller (1974) (TV Show)
Roy Griswold

1973
Kojak (1973) (TV Show)
Charlie

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Biography

Rubenstein`s acting career was brief by Hollywood standards. After making his film debut in the 1976 thriller Dark Sunday, he appeared on an episode of Kojak along with Star Trek: Voyager`s Robert Picardo in 1977. Later in 1977, Rubenstein appeared in the TV movie Contract on Cherry Street with ENT guest stars Michael Nouri and Tucker Smallwood. In 1979, he was a regular on the short-lived CBS situation comedy series Working Stiffs, appeared on the CBS drama series The White Shadow with Madge Sinclair, and in an episode of the hit sitcom Taxi, along with series regular Christopher Lloyd and Dick Miller. His first major studio film was the 1979 musical drama The Rose, which also featured Jonathan Banks. In 1984, Rubenstein was seen in the TV movies Getting Physical (with Earl Boen, William Boyett, and an uncredited Spice Williams) and Gone Are the Days (directed by Gabrielle Beaumont and featuring Bibi Besch, Ted Gehring, and Olaf Pooley). In addition, he made the first of two appearances on Night Court, the hit NBC comedy series starring John Larroquette; he made his second appearance on the show in 1986. In 1985, he appeared on Highway to Heaven (in an episode with Anthony Zerbe) and appeared on the show again the following year.

Rubenstein had a small role in the 1982 film The Last American v*rgin, starring Lawrence Monoson. In 1984, he appeared alongside Vincent Schiavelli in the film Kidco. He also had a small role in the musical comedy film Rhinestone that same year, along with Chip Heller and Leslie Morris. In 1985, Rubenstein had a supporting role in the independent film The Boys Next Door, as did Christopher McDonald. In 1989, he appeared in three films: The Runnin` Kind with Julie Cobb, James Cromwell, and Kenneth Tigar; My Mom`s a Werewolf with John Schuck; and Tango & Cash with Marc Alaimo, Roy Brocksmith, Richard Fancy, Teri Hatcher, Clint Howard, Leslie Morris, Glenn Morshower, and Michael J. Pollard. Rubenstein then appeared in 1990`s RoboCop 2, along with Bill Bolender, Roger Aaron Brown, Gabriel Damon, Robert DoQui, John Glover, Galyn Görg, Stephen Lee, Tzi Ma, Jeff McCarthy, Mark Rolston, and star Peter Weller. Rubenstein had quite possibly his largest film role in the 1991 comedy Another You, opposite Craig Richard Nelson, Michael J. Pollard, Vincent Schiavelli, Vanessa Williams, and Biff Yeager. The following year, he made his final television appearance, in the final episode episode of the short-lived situation comedy Drexell`s Class, starring Dakin Matthews. Rubenstein died three months after this episode was aired.

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