George Coe




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George Coe is an actor, producer and director who was born on May 10, 1929, in Queens, New York. George Coe attended New York's Hofstra University and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. George Coe was one of the original cast members of "Saturday Night Live" in 1975. He is most known for his roles in "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979), "The Entity" (1982), "Blind Date" (1987) and "Funny People" (2009). He produced and directed the short film "De Düva: The Dove" in 1968, and, in 1975, he produced "Distance." As an actor, George Coe has starred in several television series, including "Moonlighting," "Family Ties," "Dallas," "Law & Order" and "Nip/Tuck." George Coe has lended his voice to video games, including "Star Wars: The Old Republic," and to movies, including the voices of Que and Wheeljack in the 2011 film "Transformers: Dark of the Moon." George Coe received an Oscar Award nomination in 1969 for his work as a producer and director when his 1968 film, "De Düva: The Dove" was nominated for Best Short Subject - Live Action Subjects.