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Corbin Bernsen

Corbin Bernsen

Known For: Acting · Birthday: 1954-09-07 · Gender: Male · Place of Birth: North Hollywood, California, USA

148 Movies · 38 TV shows

Also Known As: Corbin Dean Bernsen · Κόρμπιν Μπέρσεν

Biography

Corbin Dean Bernsen is an American actor and director. He is known for his roles as divorce attorney Arnold Becker on the NBC drama series L.A. Law. Bernsen also starred in the hit television series Dr. No as Dr. John. He was born September 7, 1954. Alan Feinstone is best known for his roles in The Dentist and Psych. He has also appeared in the films Major League, Major League II, and Major League: Back to the Minors. He also appeared on The Resident, General Hospital, and Cuts, and has had intermittent appearances on The Young and the Restless.

Career

After a two-year appearance on the soap opera Ryan's Hope, Bernsen was cast as lawyer Arnold Becker on the Steven Bochco television series L.A. Law in 1986. Bernsen also appeared in the film version of "The Godfather: Part II" Bernsen appeared with the British actor Bruce Payne in the films Kounterfeit and Aurora: Operation Intercept. The series became a hit, and the role earned him Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. He remained on L.A. Law for the entire run of the show, until it ended in 1994. Bernsen was also cast as a prima donna third baseman, Roger Dorn, in the sports comedy Major League. He starred as the title character, Dr. Alan Feinstone, in The Dentist and its sequel. He also appeared in both of the film's sequels. Bernsen portrayed John Durant on General Hospital from September 2004 until the character was murdered in May 2006. He also had a recurring role as Captain Owen Sebring on the military drama JAG and played a Republican senator on two episodes of The West Wing. He appeared as Q2 on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Bernsen appeared in 25 Hill, a film he produced, directed and wrote, which is centered on the All-American Soap Box Derby. He directed, produced and appeared in the horror film Dead Air. Bernsen also co-starred in USA's Psych, playing the role of Henry Spencer, the father of the main character. Bernsen was president and co-owner of Public Media Works, a new media company that develops entertainment for targeted fan bases. He directed and starred in Carpool Guy, the company's first film; it was targeted at soap opera fans and released on DVD in 2005. Bernsen then went on to form Team Cherokee Productions. In recent years, Bernsen focused on stories that explore aspects of faith in today's world. His first such film was Rust, released in 2010 by Sony Pictures. Bernsen, along with producing partner Chris Aronoff, formed Home Theater Films. The company develops, produces, and markets films and television shows. 25 Hill, the company's first title, was released in July 2012. This was followed by 3 Day Test (2012), Beyond the Heavens (2013), and Life with Dog (2017) Their upcoming film Mary 4 Mayor is due out in the fall of 2020. In 2017, Bernsen and Pays released Open House: Reinventing Space for Simple Living. The coffee table book features remodeling and design ideas they have learned from remodeling their own homes. The book, Rust: the Novel, is an adaptation of Bernsen's 2010 feature film, Rust.

Personal Life

Bernsen has been married to British actress Amanda Pays since 1988. They have four sons: Oliver, Angus, Henry and Finley. Bernsen has one of the largest snow globe collections in the world, with 9,000 globes. In 2008, Bernsen and his family appeared on the ABC show Celebrity Family Feud. He and his wife moved to the Hudson Valley in upstate New York in 2019. He now focuses on film and television projects that can be shot locally. He is married to a woman who is also a film and TV producer. The couple have two children, a son and a daughter. They have been married for four years.

Early Life

Harry Bernsen was born in North Hollywood, California. He graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1972. Bernsen is also a "double Bruin," having received both a BA in Theatre Arts in 1977 and an MFA in Playwriting in 1979 from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Movies & TV shows

2020.

9 Movies · 1 TV show

2019.

5 Movies

2018.

4 Movies · 3 TV shows

2017.

3 Movies · 3 TV shows

2016.

6 Movies

2015.

3 Movies · 1 TV show

2014.

3 Movies · 2 TV shows

2013.

4 Movies · 1 TV show

2012.

3 Movies

2011.

7 Movies · 1 TV show

2010.

4 Movies

2009.

3 Movies · 3 TV shows

2008.

5 Movies

2007.

2 Movies

2006.

4 Movies · 1 TV show

2005.

4 Movies · 4 TV shows

2004.

4 Movies · 1 TV show

2003.

3 Movies

2002.

7 Movies

2001.

4 Movies · 1 TV show

2000.

2 Movies · 1 TV show

1999.

3 Movies · 2 TV shows

1998.

7 Movies · 1 TV show

1997.

5 Movies

1996.

6 Movies · 3 TV shows

1995.

8 Movies · 2 TV shows

1994.

10 Movies

1993.

2 Movies · 1 TV show

1992.

3 Movies · 1 TV show

1991.

4 Movies

1989.

4 Movies · 2 TV shows

1988.

1 Movie

1987.

2 Movies · 1 TV show

1986.

1 TV show

1981.

1 Movie

1976.

2 Movies

1975.

1 TV show

1974.

1 Movie
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