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|Partner(s)||Joyce DeWitt (1973-1980)|
Ray Buktenica // (born August 6, 1943) is an American film and television character actor. He has played numerous roles, primarily on television since 1972. He is best known for playing the character Benny Goodwin, the boyfriend and later fiancé of Brenda Morgenstern on the hit 1970s sitcom Rhoda , Dr. Solomon on House Calls and Jerry Berkson, Libby's boss on Life Goes On . He provided the voice of Hugo Strange in the character's sole appearance on Batman: The Animated Series . In 1996, he guest-starred on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman as Leo Nunk, a newspaper reporter. In 1997, he guest-starred on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine , in the episode "By Inferno's Light", as Deyos, the Vorta in command of the Dominion's Internment Camp 371.
|Film and Television|
|1972||Hawaii Five-O||Billy Grunwald||1 episode: "Chain of Events"|
|1972||The Partridge Family||Assistant Director||1 episode: "Whatever Happened to Keith Partridge?"|
|1973||Hawaii Five-O||Clifford Sprague||1 episode: "Jury of One"|
|1973||Police Story||Supermarket Manager||1 episode: "Slow Boy"|
|1973||Hawkins||Doctor||1 episode: "Murder in Movieland"|
|1973||The Partridge Family||Newsman||1 episode: "The Diplomat"|
|1974||Police Woman||Resident||1 episode: "Warning: All Wives"|
|1976||King Kong||Naval Officer||Feature film|
|1977||A Circle of Children||Dr. Marino||TV movie|
|1977||Police Woman||Morris||1 episode: "Deadline: Death"|
|1977||The Amazing Howard Hughes||Public Relations Man||TV movie|
|1977||Eight Is Enough||Chalmers||1 episode: "Quarantine"|
|1977||Bumpers||Mr. Dickey||TV pilot episode|
|1977||Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night||Dr. Mark Handelman||TV movie|
|1977–78||Rhoda||Benny Goodwin||Main cast (28 episodes)|
|1979||The Love Boat||Scott Allen||1 episode: "The Scoop"|
|1979–82||House Calls||Dr. Normon Solomon||Main cast (57 episodes)|
|1980||The Jayne Mansfield Story||Bob Garrett||TV movie|
|1981||The Adventures of Nellie Bly||Kenny Thompson / Narrator||TV movie|
|1983||Wait till Your Mother Gets Home!||Fred||TV movie|
|1983||Fantasy Island||Andy Durant||1 episode: "The Tallowed Image"|
|1983||Imps*||Bob||Feature film (segment: "Long Distances")|
|1983||The Love Boat||Harold Pack / Jack Honeycutt||1 episode: "The Dog Show: Whose Dog Is It Anyway"|
|1984||W*A*L*T*E*R||Wendell Micklejohn||TV pilot episode|
|1984||The Love Boat||Marvin Cooperman||1 episode: "Dont' Get Mad, Get Even"|
|1984||Hardcastle and McCormick||David Waverly||1 episode: "You and the Horse You Rode in On"|
|1984||For Love or Money||TV Director||TV movie|
|1985||Simon & Simon||Robert Talbot||2 episodes: "Simon Without Simon" (Parts 1 & 2)|
|1985||Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story||Dave Wolf||TV movie|
|1985||Goodbye Charlie||Ray Lemmon||TV pilot episode|
|1986||The Twilight Zone||Max||1 episode: "Take My Life...Please!"|
|1986||The George McKenna Story||Alan Keith||TV movie|
|1986||The Art of Being Nick||Bob||TV pilot episode|
|1987||Down and Out in Beverly Hills||Dr. Adam Shapiro||1 episode: "Shapiro's Carmen"|
|1987||Valerie||Roger||1 episode: "Movin' On"|
|1988||Magnum, P.I.||Bruce Kunkle||1 episode: "Transitions"|
|1988||Police Story: Gladiator School||Heller||TV movie|
|1988||Mutts||Glen||TV pilot episode|
|1989||Murder, She Wrote||Kyle Laughlin||1 episode: "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue"|
|1989||Empty Nest||Alan||1 episode: "Blame It on the Moon"|
|1989||Head of the Class||Frank Tarish / Coach Tarrash||2 episodes: "Killer Coach", "King of Remedial"|
|1989||Heartland||Elton||1 episode: "The Sky Is Falling"|
|1989||Designing Women||Donald||1 episode: "One Night with You"|
|1989–93||Life Goes On||Jerry Berkson||Main cast (23 episodes)|
|1989||Open House||Dave Hayes||1 episode: "Torn Between Two Houses"|
|1990||Booker||Michael||1 episode: "Who Framed Roger Thornton?"|
|1990||Who's the Boss?||Hank Sloan||1 episode: "Sit Down and Be Counted"|
|1990||Matlock||Ron Winfield||1 episode: "The Blackmailer"|
|1990||Father Dowling Mysteries||Ricky Dupree||1 episode: "The Showgirl Mystery"|
|1991||My Girl||Danny||Feature film|
|1991–92||Civil Wars||Ronald Peck||Recurring role (2 episodes)|
|1992||Batman: The Animated Series||Hugo Strange (voice)||1 episode: "The Strange Secret of Bruce Wayne"|
|1993||Cutters||Chad Conners||Main cast (5 episodes)|
|1993||The Mommies||Bob||1 episode: "Much I Do About Nothing"|
|1994||Diagnosis: Murder||Mike Baker||1 episode: "Murder with Mirrors"|
|1994||MacShayne: Winner Takes All||Charlie Dear||TV movie|
|1994||L.A. Law||Lenny Mullen||1 episode: "How Am I Driving?"|
|1995||NYPD Blue||Mauro Graciale||1 episode: "Don We Now Our Gay Apparel"|
|1996||Cybill||Bill Witlow||1 episode: "Bringing Home the Bacon"|
|1996||Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman||Leo Nunk||1 episode: "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding"|
|1996||Touched by an Angel||Allan Pound||1 episode: "The Sky Is Falling"|
|1997||Star Trek: Deep Space Nine||Deyos||1 episode: "By Inferno's Light"|
|1998–99||JAG||Art Scherer||Recurring role (3 episodes)|
|2001||Surviving Gilligan's Island||Director #1||TV movie|
|2003||Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt||Robert Butler||TV movie|
|2006||The Sopranos: Road to Respect||Additional voices||Video game|
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