Paul Michael Glaser

Paul Michael Glaser was born on 1943-03-25 at Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. His net worth is $4 Million. He is American born Actor, Producer, Director. He has been seen in movies “Band Of The Hand” (1986), "Fiddler on the Roof” (1971), “Band Of The Hand” (1986), “The Running Man” (1987), “Intricacy” (2016).

Facts of Paul Michael Glaser

Full NamePaul Michael Glaser
Net Worth$4 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 25, 1943
Age76 years 11 months
Place Of BirthCambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Height1.8 m
ProfessionActor, Producer, Director
EducationTulane University, Boston University, The Cambridge School of Weston
SpouseTracy Barone (m. 1996–2007), Elizabeth Meyer (m. 1980–1994)
ChildrenAriel Glaser, Jake Glaser, Zoe Glaser
ParentsSamuel Glaser, Dorothy Glaser
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AwardsTV Land Favorite "Casual Friday" Cop Award
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, MTV Movie Award for Best Cameo, TV Land Favorite Crimestopper Duo Award
Movies“Band Of The Hand” (1986), "Fiddler on the Roof” (1971), “Band Of The Hand” (1986), “The Running Man” (1987), “Intricacy” (2016)
TV Shows"Miami Vice” (1984-1985), “Judging Amy” (2001-2003), “Third Watch” (2004-2005), “Las Vegas” (2005-2008), “Criminal Minds” (2008), “Numb3rs” (2008), “The Mentalist” (2009), “Ray Donovan” (2013-2014)

Quotes of Paul Michael Glaser

1This particular film highlights Ben and Owen's strengths which is that they are great comedic actors with tremendous chemistry and they do a really good job.
2We were surprised that the television series had the kind of longevity that it had after only four years of filming it and the reception in six countries around the world was quite extraordinary.
3We all know that looking back only gets you into an accident because you're going to run into something without seeing it.
4First of all I thought it was ugly, I thought it was ridiculous that undercover police guys would drive a striped tomato and I've never been a big champion of Ford.
5I don't think a movie today that captured all the things that we did in the '70s could come close, because it's like asking to recreate the '70s and the audience sensibilities and that's impossible.
6I was surprised that the TV series was popular itself, but after that it went on to become more popular over the years and thus it seemed eventually that they would turn it into a movie.
7I've been writing a lot, I've a few projects I'm trying to finance, I do some acting, I do some directing. . . . Apart from that, if I could get lower than a 10 handicap on my golf game, I'd be thrilled.
8No, the '70s was a totally different sensibility and that allowed us to break new ground as a cop show.
9Secondly, I thought it was ridiculous to have two undercover policemen driving around in a striped tomato.
10So being present becomes more and more the exercise the older you get.
11So it eventually became a question of WHEN they were going to make a movie.
12The car is a character in the piece -- I've never liked the car, I submitted to its objectionable popularity.
13On Starsky and Hutch (1975): "We had a groundbreaking show with unique characters. But all people remember is that car" (quoted in USA Today, 3 March 2004).

Quick Facts of Paul Michael Glaser

1Appeared in a commercial for "Consolidated Credit Consulting". [2009]
2Mayflower theatre, Southampton, UK. Fiddler on the Roof. [September 2013]
3His feature film debut was in the classic film Fiddler on the Roof (1971), portraying Perchik.
4First child, daughter Ariel Glaser, passed away from complications from AIDS in August of 1988. She contracted HIV via breast milk, when her mother, Elizabeth Glaser, was not aware that she had contracted HIV via a blood transfusion. Her second child, Jake Glaser, contracted HIV in Elizabeth's womb. He is still alive and in reasonably good health as of December 2010.
5First wife Elizabeth Glaser contracted HIV, after an emergency blood transfusion, right after giving birth to daughter Ariel Glaser. Elizabeth passed away from complications from AIDS in 1994.
6Directed a PSA spot on AIDS awareness in 1989, starring a soon-to-leave-office President Ronald Reagan.
7Is a very close friend of director Michael Mann. They both met during the filming of a Starsky and Hutch (1975) episode, adapted from Mann's screenplay, and they became friends. Later Glaser directed several episodes of Mann's TV shows Miami Vice (1984) (including the Emmy-award winning episode "The Prodigal Son") and Robbery Homicide Division (2002). Mann also served as a producer on Glaser's crime film Band of the Hand (1986).
8The writers and producers of Starsky and Hutch (1975) thought he was similar in type to the late actor Paul Muni. In fact, they even wrote it into a show where Starsky's mother says he's "the Paul Muni type".
9Was roommates in college with Bruce Paltrow.
10Met first wife Elizabeth Glaser in June 1975, while they driving down Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood. They smiled at each other, then Paul motioned for Elizabeth to pull over, where he invited her out for Chinese food. Elizabeth moved in with Paul three months later in September 1975.
11Was roommates with Andy Summers of rock group The Police.
12Wife Elizabeth Glaser was the founder of the Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
13The famous Starsky and Hutch (1975) "striped tomato" Ford Gran Torino appears briefly in an episode of The Agency (2001), directed by Glaser.
14Member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity.
15Son of a Boston architect.
16Attended Boston University School for the Arts.
17He and wife, Tracy Barone, have a daughter, Zoe, born in October 1997.

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