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Warren Frost (born May 25, 1929) is an American actor. His work has mainly been in the theatre, but has worked in movie and television sporadically since 1958. He is known for roles in Twin Peaks, Matlock, The Larry Sanders Show, and Seinfeld. He is the father of novelist, television screenwriter, and producer Mark Frost, actress Lindsay Frost and writer Scott Frost. Frost spent much of his career in the Twin Cities, teaching at the University of Minnesota and serving as Artistic Director of The Chimera Theater in St. Paul. He had a small yet memorable role in the film adaptation of Slaughterhouse Five, which was filmed in the Minneapolis area. His Hollywood work in Twin Peaks, Matlock, etc., was essentially his second career, following his retirement from teaching and stage direction.
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As: Dr. Leo Richmond
Norman Bates is again released from the mental hospital he was placed in at the end of Psycho III after serving another few years and is apparently rehabiliated for the second time. Norman is now married to a young nurse named Connie and is expecting a child. However, Norman fears that the child will inherit his mental illness. Meanwhile, Fran Ambrose is a radio talk show host who is discussing the topic ...
Runtime: 96 min.
Directed by: Mick Garris
As: Police Dispatcher
Glenn Manning, "The Amazing Colosasal Man," believed dead after falling from the Hoover Dam, reemerges in rural Mexico, brain damaged, disfigured, and very angry.
Runtime: 69 min.
Directed by: Bert I. Gordon