Birth Date: November 20, 1948 / Age: 65
Birth Place: New York, New York
Biography: Richard Masur (born 20 November 1948, New York, New York) is an actor who has starred in over 80 movies during his career.
Masur studied acting a New York University and appeared on stage before acting in movies during the 1970s. He starred in reoccurring roles in such TV sitcoms as Rhoda (1974-78), One Day at a Time (1975-76), and Hot L Baltimore (1975).
Masur's more notable roles include movies such as Who'll Stop the Rain (1974), Risky Business (1983), Under Fire (1983), The Mean Season (1985), Heartburn (1986), Rent-a-Cop (1988), Shoot to Kill (1988), License to Drive (1988), Flashback (1990), and My Girl (1991).
He served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) (1995-1999).