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John Randolph’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Emanuel Hirsch Cohen, better known by the stage name John Randolph, was an American film, television and stage actor.

John Randolph

Best Known For Movie: Serpico
Born: June 1, 1915, The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States
Filmography: Numb (2003), Sunset Strip (2000), The Real Guernika (1999), The Dogwalker (1999), You’ve Got Mail (1998), A Price Above Rubies (1998), Here Dies Another Day (1997), Walking to Waldheim (1997), The Hotel Manor Inn (1997), Touched by an Angel (1996), Going Home (1996), The Great Defender (1995), Sweet Justice (1994), ER (1994), Screen One (1993), The American Clock (1993), Seinfeld (1993), Lady Boss (1992), Married with Children (1991), Iron Maze (1991), Sibling Rivalry (1990), Grand (1990), Christmas Vacation (1989), Roseanne (1989), A Peaceable Kingdom (1989), Annie McGuire (1988-1989), Homesick (1988), Superman 50th Anniversary (1988), The Wizard of Loneliness (1988), Matlock (1988), The Equalizer (1987), CBS Schoolbreak Special (1987), As Summers Die (1986), Charmed Lives (1986), Who’s the Boss? (1986), Trapper John, M.D. (1980-1986), Vital Signs (1986), The Right of the People (1986), Joshua and the Battle of Jericho (1986), Means and Ends (1985), Our Family Honor (1985), The Paper Chase (1983-1985), Prizzi’s Honor (1985), The Execution (1985), Old Friends (1984), Emerald Point N.A.S. (1984), The Facts of Life (1984), Dynasty (1983), A Rose for Emily (1983), Shooting Stars (1983), Voyagers! (1983), Quincy M.E. (1982-1983), Gun Shy (1983), Kentucky Woman (1983), Frances (1982), Family Ties (1982), Private Benjamin (1982), The Adventures of Pollyanna (1982), Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color (1982), Bret Maverick (1981), Darkroom (1981), Best of the West (1981), Killing at Hell’s Gate (1981), The Adventures of Nellie Bly (1981), Park Place (1981), Dallas (1981), Nero Wolfe (1981), Lovely But Deadly (1981), Angie (1979-1980), Hagen (1980), Eischied (1979), Nero Wolfe (1979), M*A*S*H (1979), Blind Ambition (1979), Vega$ (1979), Kaz (1979), Backstairs at the White House (1979), The Winds of Kitty Hawk (1978), Lucan (1977-1978), Heaven Can Wait (1978), Richie Brockelman, Private Eye (1978), Doctors’ Private Lives (1978), Nowhere to Run (1978), Lou Grant (1978), The Gathering (1977), Kill Me If You Can (1977), Insight (1975-1977), Washington: Behind Closed Doors (1977), Nowhere to Hide (1977), Loves Me, Loves Me Not (1977), Secrets (1977), Tail Gunner Joe (1977), Sirota’s Court (1977), Executive Suite (1976), The Bob Newhart Show (1973-1976), Spencer’s Pilots (1976), King Kong (1976), Independence (1976), The American Parade (1976), All the President’s Men (1976), Medical Center (1974-1976), Lincoln (1975-1976), Collision Course: Truman vs. MacArthur (1976), Everybody Rides the Carousel (1975), F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood (1975), Wonder Woman (1975), Great Performances (1975), The Runaways (1975), Adventures of the Queen (1975), The Missiles of October (1974), McMillan & Wife (1974), Earthquake (1974), Kojak (1974), Ann in Blue (1974), Nourish the Beast (1974), Lucas Tanner (1974), Tell Me Where It Hurts (1974), Columbo (1974), Police Story (1974), Serpico (1973), Pueblo (1973), Partners in Crime (1973), Topper Returns (1973), Mannix (1967-1973), All in the Family (1972), Bonanza (1968-1972), The Judge and Jake Wyler (1972), The Rookies (1972), The Family Rico (1972), Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972), Young Dr. Kildare (1972), A Death of Innocence (1971), Crosscurrent (1971), The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (1969-1971), O’Hara, U.S. Treasury (1971), Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971), A Step Out of Line (1971), The Name of the Game (1971), Little Murders (1971), Night Gallery (1971), The Bold Ones: The Senator (1970-1971), The Interns (1970), Bracken’s World (1970), There Was a Crooked Man… (1970), Gaily, Gaily (1969), Hawaii Five-O (1969), Number One (1969), N.Y.P.D. (1967-1969), Smith! (1969), Pretty Poison (1968), Judd for the Defense (1968), Of Mice and Men (1968), Mission: Impossible (1967), The Invaders (1967), The Borgia Stick (1967), Sweet Love, Bitter (1967), Seconds (1966), The Edge of Night (1966), Inherit the Wind (1965), Slattery’s People (1965), The Patty Duke Show (1965), For the People (1965), The Defenders (1964-1965), Hamlet (1964/II), East Side/West Side (1963), Play of the Week (1960), The Closing Door (1960), Danger (1951), The Web (1951), The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (1951), Treasury Men in Action (1951), Kraft Theatre (1951), Fourteen Hours (1951), Hands of Mystery (1949), Actor’s Studio (1948-1949), The Clock (1949), The Naked City (1948), Special Collector’s Edition (2013), American Playhouse (1991), The 41st Annual Tony Awards (1987), The New Deal for Artists (1976), Camera Three (1965), 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2005).
Other Names: John A. Randolph
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: February 24, 2004, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
Spouse: Sarah Cunningham (m. 1942–1986)
Children: Martha Cohen, Harrison Cohen
Parents: Louis Cohen, Dorothy Shorr
John Randolph Quote: I am an aristocrat. I love liberty; I hate equality. View More John Randolph Quotes
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
First Name: John
Last Name: Randolph
Birth Full Name: Emile Hirsch Cohen
Birthplace: New York, New York, USA
Death Location: Hollywood, California, USA
Cause of Death: Natural causes
Build: Average
Hair Color: Bald
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American

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