Harris Yulin Biography
Birthday: November 5, 1937 (Scorpio)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Harris Yulin is an American actor known for his work in projects like 'Scarface', 'Ghostbusters II', 'Clear and Present Danger', ‘Looking for Richard', 'Training Day', ‘Frasier’, ‘24’, and ‘Ozark. Over the course of his five-decade-long career, he has accumulated over a hundred TV and film credits. He has also been prominently active on stage. Since making his Broadway debut in a John Golden Theatre’s production of ‘Watch on the Rhine’ in 1980, Yulin has delivered several memorable stage performances on both sides of the Atlantic. A California native, he began his career as a theatre actor before making his debut screen appearance in the 1970 comedy-drama ‘End of the Road’. A year later, he portrayed legendary lawman Wyatt Earp in the western film ‘Doc’, which garnered him a significant amount of recognition. For his performance in ‘Frasier’, he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 1996. Yulin has received an Obie Award for his performance in 2007 for his outing as Sullivan in the inaugural production of Richard Nelson’s play, ‘Frank’s Home’. He has also won a Lucille Lortel Award in 2006 for directing the 2005 revival of Horton Foote’s play ‘A Trip to Bountiful’.