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Sherman Howard (1949)

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Howard Lee Sherman is an American actor.

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 Acting career
Theatre
In 1989 he appeared at the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. He played the title role in Hamlet and Malvolio in Twelfth Night. His wife, Donna Bullock, played Ophelia in Hamlet and Viola in Twelfth Night.

Movies
He has appeared in motion pictures such as Day of the Dead and Lethal Weapon 2. Sherman was special guest of the 2010 Creation Entertainment Weekend of Horrors on 21 May 2010. Howard also played the voice of the evil Chief McBrusque in An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island.

Television
His most well known part would probably be his appearance as Roy "the Triangle Boy" from "The Junior Mint" episode of Seinfeld. He has made appearances on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. He played Lex Luthor in Superboy, Derek Powers in Batman Beyond and Buzzard in Men in Black: The Series.

 Video Games
He lent his voice to play the villain Kor in Jak II and Daxter. Other video games he has appeared in include "Red Faction 2", "Devil May Cry 2" and, "Run Like Hell".

 Personal life
He is married to actress Donna Bullock.

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