Biff Yeager is an American actor who has made a name for himself appearing in over 50 television series and films over the course of his career. Yeager has worked steadily for many years, albeit in smaller roles. His first role was an uncredited appearance in the 1957 John Wayne film "Jet Pilot." Yeager has worked in all genres, from science fiction to comedy to action and adventure. He has appeared in shows like "Star Trek: The Next Generation," as Chief Engineer Argyle; "Scrubs"; "The Twilight Zone"; "Cagney & Lacey"; and "The Wonder Years." He also appeared on the '80s television staples "Hill Street Blues" and "Knight Rider." Yeager has been in numerous films including "White Oleander, "The Visitors," "Repo Man," and "Another 48 Hours," and in three popular films from director Tim Burton: "Edward Scissorhands," "Batman Returns," and "Ed Wood." One of Yeager's most memorable roles was on "Seinfeld," as Mr. Heyman, George Costanza's nemesis of a high school gym teacher in the episode "The Library." Yeager has also produced and directed one film, the 2007 independent effort "Autonomy."