|Years active||1974–2011 (acting)|
Mary Jo Vermeulen (m. 1982)
Early life and educationEdit
Dzundza was born in Rosenheim, Germany, to a Ukrainian Unterlander father and Polish Galitzianer mother who were forced into factory labour by the Nazis. He spent the first few years of his life in displaced persons camps with his parents and one brother.
Before immigrating to the United States in 1956, the family lived in Amsterdam for some years. His family then moved to the US, settling in New York City, where George attended Xavier High School. He is a naturalized U.S. citizen.
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Dzundza had his own 1981 sitcom series Open All Night, about the owner of a "Store 364" convenience store in Inglewood, California. He portrayed American Nazi leader Frank Collin in the 1981 made-for-television movie Skokie.
In 1987, Dzundza played Sam Hesselman, a disabled man in a wheelchair, in No Way Out and Commander Daskal in The Beast. His other major film roles include The Deer Hunter, White Hunter Black Heart, Basic Instinct, Crimson Tide, and Dangerous Minds. He was an original cast member of the long-running NBC drama Law & Order, playing NYPD Sergeant Max Greevey in the first season before leaving the show.
His other, lesser-known acting work includes an appearance on The Waltons (1975), playing the Archie Bunker-like father in the short-lived Christina Applegate sitcom Jesse, and voicing supervillain the Ventriloquist in Batman: The Animated Series and Perry White in Superman: The Animated Series, as well as numerous minor roles within both shows. His Broadway theatre credits include Terrence McNally's The Ritz.
|1975||Starsky & Hutch||Crandell||TV series, 1 episode|
|1975||Movin' On||Charlie Banner||TV Series, 1 episode|
|1975||The Waltons||A.J. Covington||TV series, 1 episode|
|1979||Salem's Lot||Cully Sawyer||TV miniseries|
|1981||Skokie||Frank Collin||TV film|
|1981–1982||Open All Night||Gordon Feester||TV series|
|1981||A Long Way Home||Floyd Booth||TV film|
|1984||The Lost Honor of Kathryn Beck||Lt. DeCarlo||TV film|
|1985||The Execution of Raymond Graham||Prison Chaplain||TV film|
|1985||Brotherly Love||Lt. Conde||TV film|
|1988||Something Is Out There||Frank Dileo||TV miniseries|
|1989||The Ryan White Story||Dr. Kleiman||TV film|
|1989||Cross of Fire||Boyd Gurley||TV miniseries|
|1990–1991||Law & Order||Sgt. Max Greevey||TV series, 22 episodes|
|1993–1995||Batman: The Animated Series||Arnold Wesker / The Ventriloquist, G. Carl Francis, Various||TV series, 7 episodes|
|1994||Matlock||Michael Brennan||TV series, 1 episode|
|1996||The Limbic Region||Lloyd||TV film|
|1996–1999||Superman: The Animated Series||Perry White||TV series, 8 episodes|
|1997||The New Batman Adventures||Arnold Wesker / The Ventriloquist||TV series, 1 episode|
|1998–1999||Jesse||John Warner, Sr.||TV series, 22 episodes|
|2002–2003||Hack||Tom Grzelak||TV series, 22 episodes|
|2005||Stargate SG-1||"Jim"/Anubis||TV series, 1 episode|
|2005–2007||Grey's Anatomy||Harold O'Malley||TV series, 7 episodes|
|1973||Massage Parlor Murders||Mr. Creepy|
|1978||The Deer Hunter||John Welsh|
|1981||Honky Tonk Freeway||Eugene|
|1984||Best Defense||Steve Loparino|
|1986||No Mercy||Captain Stemkowski|
|1987||No Way Out||Sam Hesselman|
|1987||No Man's Land||Uncle Mike||Uncredited|
|1990||White Hunter Black Heart||Paul Landers|
|1990||Impulse||Lt. Joe Morgan|
|1991||The Butcher's Wife||Leo Lemke|
|1992||Basic Instinct||Detective Gus Moran|
|1995||Crimson Tide||Chief of the Boat (COB)|
|1995||Dangerous Minds||Hal Griffith|
|1997||That Darn Cat||Boetticher|
|1997||Do Me A Favor||Wallace Muller|
|1998||Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero||Dr. Gregory Belson||Direct-to-video|
|1998||Species II||Col. Carter Burgess Jr.|
|1999||Instinct||Dr. John Murray|
|2002||City by the Sea||Reg Duffy|
|2005||National Lampoon's Adam & Eve||Eve's dad|
|2006||Superman: Brainiac Attacks||Perry White||Direct-to-video|
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