Mostly Credited As: Harris Yulin
Date Of Birth: November 05, 1937 (Age 78)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California
Height: 5' 11" (1.8 m)
Born in the early Forties in Los Angeles, he developed an interest in drama when he appeared in college plays a UCLA. He then studied under Jeff Corey and dabbled in fringe theater before spending six months in the army. An extended holiday in Europe followed, during which time he supported himself by dubbing films into English. He also directed stage plays in Israel. Returning to the States in 1963, he made his New York stage debut that year in Next Time I'll Sing To You, and spent the rest of the Sixties appearing in and directing plays all over America. His films (many of which have also starred his old friend Stacy Keach) are End Of The Road (1969), The Way We Live Now (unreleased), Maidstone, Doc, Who Fears The Devil? (later known as The Legend of Hillbilly John, unreleased) The Midnight Man, The Legend of Machine Gun Kelly, Night Moves, St Ives and Victory at Entebbe. On television he has appeared in Star Trek Deep Space Nine and other series.