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Richard Portnow

Born January 26, 1947 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
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Richard Portnow (born January 26, 1947) is a prolific American character actor who played Howard Stern's father, Ben in the movie Private Parts. He has appeared on The Sopranos and many other films, video games, and television shows such as Hannah Montana and Boston Legal.

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Nanny Cam (2014)
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Underdogs (2013)
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2 Jacks (2012)
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The Indian (2007)
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Zigs (2001)
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Road Kill (1999)
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Milo (1998)
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My Giant (1998)
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Se7en (1995)
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Havana (1990)
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