Al Berman

Al Berman



Al Berman is an American actor and director who has worked in film, television, and theatre throughout his career. He is best known for his roles in the films “The Godfather Part II”, “The Breakfast Club”, and “What Women Want”, as well as his television roles in “The Golden Girls”, “Seinfeld”, and “ER”.

Born in the Bronx, New York in 1944, Al Berman was raised by his parents, Max and Rose. He attended City College of New York, and after his graduation, he studied at the prestigious Actor's Studio in Manhattan. After completing his studies, Berman began appearing in various off-Broadway and regional productions, quickly becoming known for his versatility and talent as an actor.

In 1975, Berman made his film debut in “The Godfather Part II”, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. He then appeared in “The Breakfast Club”, which became a cult classic, and in “What Women Want”, starring Mel Gibson. On television, Berman has appeared in a number of popular shows, including “The Golden Girls”, “Seinfeld”, and “ER”.

Berman has also directed various television shows, including “The Larry Sanders Show” and “Everybody Loves Raymond”. His work in television has earned him several Emmy nominations. In addition to his acting and directing work, Berman has also written and produced various television shows, including “The Nanny” and “3rd Rock from the Sun”.

Throughout his career, Berman has received numerous accolades, including the prestigious Drama Desk Award for his performance in the play “Lost in Yonkers”. He has also been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his performance in the television series “ER”.

Berman is married to actress and director, Julie Berman, with whom he has two children. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California, where he continues to work as an actor, director, and producer. With his extensive experience and expertise, Al Berman has established himself as one of the most respected actors and directors in the industry.

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