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Robin Thomas

Born February 12, 1949 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robin Thomas (born February 12, 1949) is an American film and television actor.

He was born Robin Thomas Grossman in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. His best-known television roles are as Mark Singleton in the soap opera Another World (1983–85), and as Geoffrey Wells on the 1980s series Who's the Boss?. He has also had recurring roles in series such as Murphy Brown (as Jake Lowenstein), Matlock (as a prosecutor) and The Division (as Louis Perillo).

Thomas's best-known film roles were as Steve Carlson in the 1986 film About Last Night... and as Vice Principal Phil Gills in the 1987 comedy Summer School. Thomas has made many guest appearances on TV shows, including Misfits of Science, Midnight Caller, Party of Five, and Queer as Folk.

Two of his biggest screen roles were in Missing Brendan, with Edward Asner, and Ambulance Girl, in which he co-starred with Kathy Bates and Gordon Pinsent.

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