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Ronald Guttman (born 12 August 1952) is a Belgian actor, theatrical producer and film producer.
Guttman was born in Uccle. He started appearing in French language productions in Europe in 1975, appearing in his first English-language film, Hanna K. , in 1983.
Guttman continues to work in both Europe and North America, predominantly in television, including Lost , Lipstick Jungle , Heroes , The West Wing , Mad Men and Hunters . He had a recurring role as Alexander Cambias, Sr. on the daytime soap opera All My Children (20 episodes over 18 years) and spots on three series in the Law & Order franchise: Law & Order , Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit .
Guttman's performances also include a production of The Fifth Column , a play by Ernest Hemingway, and movies such as On the Basis of Sex , The Tollbooth , 27 Dresses , The Guru and August Rush .
His company, Highbrow Entertainment, has produced stage and film projects including The Tollbooth , Masked, The Fifth Column, DAI and New York Street Games .
|1975||Le Renard à l'anneau d'or||Jean-Paul Lucassen||TV series|
|1979||Le Tiercé de Jack||André||TV|
|1982||Le Rêve d'Icare||Jeffry||TV|
|1983||Deux amies d'enfance||TV miniseries|
|Hanna K.||Prison Director|
|Steal the Sky||Mohammed Khader||TV|
|Little Nikita||Spessky||a.k.a. The Sleepers|
|As the World Turns||Franco Visconti||TV|
|1989||La Danse du scorpion||Edouard de Vito||TV|
aka Frame Up Blues
|Her Alibi||'Lucy' Comanescu|
|Jeniec Europy||Gen. Gougaud||a.k.a. The Hostage of Europe|
|La Révolution française||Herman||TV (segment "Années terribles, Les")|
aka The French Revolution
|1990||The Hunt for Red October||Lieutenant Melekhin, Engineer on Red October|
|L'Amérique en otage||Hossein||TV|
aka Iran: Days of Crisis
|1992||Beverly Hills, 90210||Mr. Kluklinski||TV (Episode: "Fire and Ice")|
|Wings||Peter Swinden||TV (Episode: "As Fate Would Have It")|
|Civil Wars||Helmut Bloch||TV (Episode: "Oboe Phobia")|
|Le JAP, juge d'application des peines||William Cachan||TV|
Episode: "Les dangers de la liberté"
Episode: "L'honneur de Navarro"
|And the Band Played On||Dr. Jean-Claude Chermann||TV|
|Josh and S.A.M.||Jean-Pierre LaTorette|
|1994||Loin des barbares||Vincent||a.k.a. Far From the Barbarians|
|Murder, She Wrote||Byron Tokofsky||TV|
Episode: "A Murderous Muse"
|Les Patriotes||Employee NSA||a.k.a. The Patriots|
|Target of Suspicion||Charles||TV|
Episode: "Cease Fire"
|Star Trek: Voyager||Gathra 'Gath' Laban||TV|
Episode: "Prime Factors"
|V'la l'cinéma ou le roman de Charles Pathé||George Eastman||TV|
aka The Life of Charles Pathé
|1996||The Beast||Dr. Herbert Talley||TV|
|The Pillow Book||Calligrapher|
|On Seventh Avenue||Norman Ross||TV|
|On the Edge of Innocence||Mr. Joseph Tyler||TV|
|1998||Alptraum im Airport||Sullivan||TV|
aka Midnight Flight (UK)
|Nestor Burma||Le Manessier||TV|
Episode: "Mise à prix pour Nestor Burma"
|Just the Ticket||Gerrard, Culinary Director|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Gallery Owner||TV|
|Now and Again||Curator||TV|
Episode: "Pulp Turkey"
|2000||Woman Found Dead in Elevator||Menacing Man|
|Law & Order||Carl Reger, Assistant Italian Consul & Farber||TV|
Episodes: "Everybody's Favorite Bagman" (1990, Farber), "Blood Money" (1999, Assistant Italian Consul), and "Dissonance" (2000, Carl Reger)
|2001||The Believer||Danny's Father|
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Belgian Diplomat||TV|
|2002||Papillons de nuit|
|Third Watch||Dominic Robert & Atty. Andrei Resnick||TV|
Episodes: "Ohio" (2000, Dominic Robert), "Two Hundred and Thirty-Three Days", "The Greater Good" (2002, Atty. Andrei Resnick)
|The Guru||Edwin, Lexi's Dad|
|Benjamin Franklin||Le Comte de Vergennes||TV miniseries|
|2003||The Lucky Ones||Father|
|2003–2009||All My Children||Alexander Cambias||TV|
|2004||Sex and the City||Andre DiBiachi||TV|
|Messengers||Radu, the Romanian Hypnotist|
|The Tollbooth||Isaac Cohen|
|2005||Indiscretion (101)||The Man|
Episodes: "Viva La Cucaracha", "Please Release Me", and "Let Me Go"
|2006||The West Wing||Franz - German Ambassador||TV|
Episode: "Internal Displacement"
Episode: "The Hunting Party"
|2007||Lost Signs||Professeur Roger/Gaston Denis||TV miniseries|
|Side Order of Life||Dr. Pranger||TV|
Episode: "Separation Anxiety"
|If I Didn't Care||Ayad||a.k.a. Blue Blood|
|2008||The Dueling Accountant||Shandor|
|Lipstick Jungle||Diego Cantero||TV|
"Chapter Five: Dressed to Kill" and "Chapter Six: Take the High Road"
|The Edge of Town||Taxi Manager|
Episodes: "Chapter Three: One of Us, One of Them" and "Chapter Four: I Am Become Death"
|The Funeral Party||Rabbi Menashe|
|2009||Tickling Leo||Robert Pikler|
|Blue Bloods||Claudio Calso||TV|
|2012||Mad Men||Émile Calvet||TV|
Episode: "At the Codfish Ball"
Episode: "We Are Everyone"
|2014||Welcome to New York||Roullot|
|Madam Secretary||Klaus Von Muhlberg||TV Episode: "Need to Know"|
Episode: "School for Scandal"
|2018||Black Earth Rising||Jacques Antoine Barre||TV|
|On the Basis of Sex||Gerald Gunther|
|2008||The Fifth Column||Max|
|2014||Bauer||Rudolf Bauer||Production at San Francisco Playhouse|
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