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Steve Guttenberg        

Steven Robert "Steve" Guttenberg is an American actor and comedian.

Actor Steve Guttenberg, trained at New York's High School of the Performing Arts, Julliard and the Actors Studio, was already a professional as a teenager, making his off-Broadway debut in a revival of The Lion in Winter. In 1976 he was first seen before the cameras in the made-for-TV Something for Joey. The following year, he made his big-screen bow in The_Chicken_Chronicles, and within three years was starring in his own weekly TV series, Billy (he was subsequently top-billed in the bizarre 1982 summer-replacement weekly No Soap, Radio. After a flurry of excellent film roles--the foredoomed Barry Kohler in Boys from Brazil (1978), football-obsessed groom-to-be Eddie in Diner (1982), etc.--Guttenberg settled into workaday parts. He seemed to have a propensity for getting involved in film series: he was seen as Michael Kellan in both 3 Men and a Baby and 3 Men and a Little Lady, Jack Bonner in the two Cocoon films, and Mahoney in the first four Police_Academy entries. In 1991, Steve Guttenberg made his belated Broadway debut in Prelude to a Kiss. Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide.



Steve Guttenberg's Guide To Career Success (And Why He Is The M&Ms Of The Candy Aisle)

Steve Guttenberg has starred in some of the most successful, iconic, and profitable franchises, including Police Academy, Short Circuit, and Three Men & A Baby. Most recently, he added author to his resume with The Guttenberg Bible, an autobiography that chronicles his early career adventures. As someone who has been both on the A-list and the “where are they now?” list, Guttenberg offers seven life lessons to Millennials just starting out in their careers:..

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