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Richard Belzer

  1. immortals
    Richard Belzer Returning As Munch on SVUHe’s been doing this for 23 years!
  2. When Jon Lovitz Performed an Original Play on Live TVThe Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. […]
  3. Seinfeld Roasts Tommy Chong, and Other Weird Things That Happened on the […]The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. […]
  4. exits
    No More Munch on Law & Order: SVUMan: First Stabler, now this?
  5. Attention Food Network, Please Give Christopher Walken a Show Now This is Christopher Walken hosting a six-minute cooking show for Funny or Die. Accompanied by identically-dressed models Scarlett and Elise […]
  6. christopher walken
    Christopher Walken Cooked a Chicken, Filmed ItThe Internet: done.
  7. Gilbert Gottfried on Jokes That May or May Not Have Been Delivered ‘Too […] This video discussion between Gilbert Gottfried and Richard Belzer about whether jokes can be “too soon” is worth checking out if you have the […]
  8. tv
    Richard Belzer Has Made a Music Video About VampiresIt’s called “The Vampire Song.”
  9. chat room
    Richard Belzer on His Debut Novel, Hulk Hogan, and Not Being Related to the FonzBelzer raps with Vulture on playing Detective Munch and suing the Hulkster.
  10. news reel
    Detective Munch’s Ninth Cameo, RevealedLast week, Vulture commanded you, the reader, to reach into the depths of your pop-cultural memories to come up with the nine television series that actor Richard Belzer’s character Detective Munch has appeared on since his inception in 1993, as we could only come up with eight.
  11. apropos of nothing
    That’s Detective Munch to YouSeasoned actor Richard Belzer has signed a deal with Simon & Schuster to release two crime novels that he describes as “a mix of Dashiell Hammett, Oscar Wilde, Lenny Bruce and Robert Altman.”
  12. the industry
    Germany Says ‘Nein’ to Tom CruiseGermany Rejects Valkyrie, Cruise: The German government announces that United Artists’ Valkyrie, starring Tom Cruise and directed by Bryan Singer, is not welcome to shoot at German military sites, citing Cruise’s Scientology beliefs. UA reps say shooting will go ahead with German locations to be determined. Film, true-story retelling of plot to kill Hitler, is a cornerstone of United Artists’ plans, and is first example of studio player Cruise’s Scientology interfering with business as usual. [Variety]