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John Rubinstein Biography

  • Profession: Composer (Music Score), Actor, Songwriter
  • Born: Dec 8, 1946
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

John Rubinstein was born in Los Angeles in 1946, the same year that his celebrated father, 59-year-old concert pianist [[Performer~P109189~Arthur B. Rubinstein~arthurbrubinstein]], became an American citizen. A fine musician in his own right, John has worked on the scores of such films as [[Feature~V8002~The Candidate~thecandidate]] (1972) and [[Feature~V26037~Jeremiah Johnson~jeremiahjohnson]] (1972). The younger Rubinstein is, however, far better known as an actor. He made a well-received Broadway debut in the popular musical Pippin and later co-starred in Children of a Lesser God and A Soldier's Tale. A familiar TV and movie face since 1970, [[Performer~P109189~Rubinstein~arthurbrubinstein]] starred in the 1972 theatrical feature [[Feature~V38215~Pippin~pippin]], was featured as [[Performer~P4678~Meredith Baxter~meredithbaxter]]'s ex-husband in the [[Performer~P104435~Mike Nichols~mikenichols]]-produced TV series [[Feature~V317135~Family~family[tvseries]]] (1976-1980), and was cast as MGM mogul [[Performer~P113918~Irving Thalberg~irvinggthalberg]] in the 1980 TV movie [[Feature~V150074~The Silent Lovers~thesilentlovers]]. He was most familiar for his three-season (1984-1986) portrayal of uptight attorney Harrison K. Fox on the tongue-in-cheek private eye weekly Crazy Like a Fox. John Rubinstein is married to actress Judy West. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi