Eugene Robert Glazer

Eugene Robert Glazer is an intense actor perhaps best known for his role as the lethal Operations of Section One on the American espionage television show "La Femme Nikita", the small-screen version of the French action ... Read more »
Born: 12/15/1942

Filmography

Actor (26)

CSI: New York 2006 (Tv Show)

Actor

Cold Case 2006 (Tv Show)

Actor

Charmed 2005 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Division 2004 (Tv Show)

Actor

24 2003 (Tv Show)

Actor

La Femme Nikita 1996 - 2001 (TV Show)

Actor

New Blood 2000 (Movie)

Mr Ryan (Actor)

Harlequin's Loving Evangeline 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)

Actor

It's My Party 1996 (Movie)

Jim Bixby (Actor)

Bounty Tracker 1993 (Movie)

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Secret Service 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)

Actor

Eve of Destruction 1991 (Movie)

2nd Buddy (Actor)

Stepping Out 1991 (Movie)

Frank (Actor)

The Five Heartbeats 1991 (Movie)

David Green (Actor)

Dollman 1990 (Movie)

(Actor)

Harlem Nights 1989 (Movie)

Detective Hogan (Actor)

I'm Gonna Git You Sucka 1988 (Movie)

Officer (Actor)

Intruder 1988 (Movie)

Danny (Actor)

Hollywood Shuffle 1987 (Movie)

Director (Actor)

No Way Out 1987 (Movie)

CID Man (Actor)

Joy of Sex 1984 (Movie)

Dr Fox (Actor)

A Prayer in the Dark (TV Show)

Actor

The Substitute (TV Show)

Actor

The Women of Windsor (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Eugene Robert Glazer is an intense actor perhaps best known for his role as the lethal Operations of Section One on the American espionage television show "La Femme Nikita", the small-screen version of the French action thriller directed by Luc Besson, and the American remake, "Point of No Return", directed by John Badham and starring Bridget Fonda. He also appeared in several second-season episodes of the suspense show "24". Glazer was a long-time veteran of film and television before "Nikita" and "24", though, featuring in numerous programs including the female-centric action series"Charlie's Angels", the seminal 1980s cop show "Hill Street Blues", the quintessential long-running soap opera "General Hospital", and the rough-and-tumble Western adventure "Walker, Texas Ranger" among others. Certain film-star comedians have taken something of a liking to Glazer, and his piercing stare was powerful enough to land him in such feature films as Eddie Murphy's "Harlem Nights" and Robert Townsend's independent comedy "Hollywood Shuffle" as well as his "The Five Heartbeats". Perhaps it was Glazer's earlier role in the the 1979 sci-fi "Parts: The Clonus Horror", a film so mock-worthy that it appeared on the bad-movie-centric "Mystery Science 3000", that made him seem so funny.

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