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  • Place of birth : Queens
  • Date of birth : 25/04/1950


  • Jurasik Peter


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Peter Jurasik (1950)

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Peter Jurasik is an American actor known for his television roles as Londo Mollari in the 1990s science fiction series Babylon 5 and Sid the Snitch on the 1980s series Hill Street Blues and its short-lived spinoff Beverly Hills Buntz.


Among Jurasik's guest appearances are an entomologist in one episode of MacGyver, CID investigator Captain Triplett in two episodes of M*A*S*H, and Dr. Oberon Geiger on three episodes of Sliders.

Jurasik also starred as Mitch Kline in the 1983 short-lived CBS series Bay City Blues.

His film roles include Crom in the film Tron , with future Babylon 5 co-star Bruce Boxleitner, and as Roy, the perfect father neighbor, in Problem Child .

In 1998, he wrote Diplomatic Act (ISBN 0-671-87788-7) with William H. Keith, Jr., a science fiction novel wherein the lead character, an actor in a science fiction show, is kidnapped by aliens who think he is the character from the program. The book is similar in tone and story to Galaxy Quest, which was released one year later.

In 2000, Jurasik appeared in the Doctor Who audio adventure Winter for the Adept.

 personal life
Jurasik was born in Queens, New York, the third of four children. He lives with his wife and son in Wilmington, North Carolina and teaches acting for the camera in the Film Studies Department at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He attended the University of New Hampshire where he appeared in several plays.

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