Ric Mancini

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Ric Mancini
Born
Enrico P. Mancini

(1933-04-16)April 16, 1933
New York, U.S.
DiedMay 26, 2006(2006-05-26) (aged 73)
OccupationFilm and television actor
Spouse(s)
(m. 1967;div. 1975)
[1]

Enrico P. Mancini (April 16, 1933 – May 26, 2006) was an American film and television actor. He played Mayor Cobb in the 1985 film Friday the 13th: A New Beginning . He also played Sal in the 1974 film The Gambler and Steve in the 1984 television film A Streetcar Named Desire . [2]

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Career

Mancini started his career, as playing Marco in the play A View from the Bridge. [3]

Later in his career, Mancini appeared in stages, regional theaters, stock companies and television commercials. [4] He came to acting in film and television in the 1970s, as first appearing in McCloud .

Later in his television career, Mancini appeared in several films and television programs, including, The Rockford Files , M*A*S*H , Deep Cover , Charlie's Angels , Ed Wood , Across 110th Street , Laverne & Shirley , Who's the Boss? , Ghostbusters , Quantum Leap , Nickelodeon and The A-Team . [5]

Mancini died in May 2006 in Woodland Hills, California, at the age of 73. [6]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1972 Across 110th Street Police Detective
1973 Shamus Angie
1973 Badge 373 Tugboat Crew
1973 The Don Is Dead Sabatiniuncredited
1974 Thursday's Game BartenderTV Movie
1974 Teenage Hitchhikers Rapist
1974 The Gambler Sal
1974 Law and Disorder
1976 Nickelodeon Patents Thug
1977 Green Eyes ForemanTV Movie
1978To Kill a CopMike CusackTV Movie
1979The Ordeal of Patty HearstDesk SergeantTV Movie
1980Below the BetTio
1980 The Formula Printman
1982 They Call Me Bruce? Don Atelli
1983 Murder Me, Murder You Cal PopeTV Movie
1984 A Streetcar Named Desire SteveTV Movie
1984 Ghostbusters Policeman at Apartment
1985 Friday the 13th: A New Beginning Mayor Cobb
1986 Hollywood Vice Squad Hood No. 2
1986Outrage!Sgt. KalbfusTV Movie
1986TriplecrossLieutenant SneadTV Movie
1987 Penitentiary II Warden
1988 Aloha Summer Angelo Tognetti
1989 The Runnin' Kind Mr. Tataglia
1989 Man Against the Mob StrattaTV Movie
1989Jury Duty: The ComedyTV Movie
1990FaithDominic
1992 Deep Cover Photographer No. 2
1996 The Real Thing Man
1997My Brother JackSquatriglia
1998Nowhere LandPete
1998True FriendsDon Pasquale
1999Two Shades of BlueBranch Manager
2000 Ready to Rumble Front Row Fan No. 1
2002 Kiss the Bride Luigi
2002 The 4th Tenor Neighbor Man

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1963 General Hospital Nick (1989)1 episode
1970 McCloud Brodney1 episode
1970–1972 The F.B.I. Warehouse Manager/Hank Lasko2 episodes
1970 The Interns Male Nurse1 episode
1970 Dan August Gym Attendant1 episode
1971 Great Performances 1 episode
1972–1975 Cannon Construction Worker/Manny Preston2 episodes
1975 The Wide World of Mystery 1 episode
1975 Police Story Reinhardt/Naranza/Orlowski3 episodes
1975–1977 The Rockford Files Ray Porter/Aaron2 episodes
1975–1977 Baretta Villa2 episodes
1975 The Rookies Barton1 episode
1975–1978 The Bob Newhart Show Moving Man/Al Brolio3 episodes
1976 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Engineer2 episodes
1976 Rhoda Man with Sacks1 episode
1976 Charlie's Angels Poker Player1 episode
1976 M*A*S*H Sergeant Hodkey1 episode
1976 Starsky & Hutch Johnny Lonigan1 episode
1976 Most Wanted Granatti1 episode
1977 Delvecchio Frankie Stepner1 episode
1977 Quincy, M.E. Jim Rudolf1 episode
1977 CHiPs Vince1 episode
1978 Kojak Woody1 episode
1978 What's Happening!! Mr. Lawrence1 episode
1979 Lou Grant Kenworth1 episode
1979 The White Shadow Salvatore Mariani1 episode
1979 Brothers and Sisters Mr. Zipper1 episode
1979 Kaz 1 episode
1979 Trapper John, M.D. Sgt. Hecht1 episode
1982 Insight Mr. Cooper1 episode
1982 Archie Bunker's Place Ed1 episode
1982 Laverne & Shirley Rocky Manicotti1 episode
1982–1984 Fame Mr. Amatullo2 episodes
1982 Private Benjamin Anton1 episode
1984 Gimme a Break! 2 episodes
1984 Remington Steele Young Man1 episode
1984 Maximum Security 1 episode
1985–1988 Cagney & Lacey Detective/Constantine Festa2 episodes
1985 Who's the Boss? Joe Rossini1 episode
1986 Misfits of Science Kovich1 episode
1986 The A-Team Ashton1 episode
1986 Starman Arnold Davidson1 episode
1986 One Big Family Sergeant1 episode
1987 Mathnet Ernie1 episode
1987 Square One Television Ernie2 episodes
1987 High Mountain Rangers Sheriff Dodge1 episode
1989 Quantum Leap Al1 episode
1989 Mancuso, F.B.I. Fr. Luchesi1 episode
1989 Sister Kate Det. Carlson1 episode
1991Miller & MuellerLeutnant1 episode
1997–1998 Mike Hammer, Private Eye Don Vito Di Dominico3 episodes
1998 NYPD Blue Barfly No. 11 episode
2001 Power Rangers Time Force Judge1 episode
2002 ER Gasner1 episode
2002 The Bold and the Beautiful Vendor No. 11 episode

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  2. "The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico · 2". The Santa Fe New Mexican . Santa Fe, New Mexico. June 19, 1968. p. 2 via Newspapers.com.
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