Dr Gary Lofgren

Dr Gary Lofgren



Dr Gary Lofgren is an American actor, writer and producer, best known for his roles in the films "The Godfather Part II" and "The Deer Hunter". Born on October 3, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois, he was the son of a businessman and a schoolteacher. He attended the University of Chicago and graduated with a degree in economics.

After graduating from college, Lofgren moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in acting. His first major role was in the 1974 television movie "The Day of the Dolphin". He then went on to appear in the 1976 hit film "The Godfather Part II", playing the role of Michael Corleone's son-in-law, Fredo Corleone. The following year he starred in the acclaimed movie "The Deer Hunter" alongside Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep.

Lofgren has since appeared in numerous films and television shows, including "The Big Chill", "The George Carlin Show", "The West Wing", "ER", "The Practice" and "Alias". He also starred in the 1985 film "The Color of Money" alongside Paul Newman and Tom Cruise.

In addition to his acting career, Lofgren has also written and produced several films and television shows. He wrote and produced the 1991 film "A River Runs Through It," which was nominated for seven Academy Awards. He also wrote and produced the 1994 film "The Spitfire Grill" which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

In 2000, Lofgren was awarded a doctorate of humane letters from the University of Chicago. He continues to act, write and produce films and television shows, and is a frequent guest speaker at various universities. He also serves on the board of directors of the Sundance Institute.

Throughout his career, Lofgren has been praised for his performances and his contributions to the entertainment industry. He is an incredibly talented actor and writer, who continues to make an impact in the entertainment world.

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