Judge Reinhold trivia

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Edward Ernest Reinhold Jr. May 21, 1957 Alive Actor 1979-Present

Judge Reinhold Trivia

  • Born in Wilmington, Delaware.
  • His father was a trial lawyer who nick-named him Judge when he was a baby. Get it?
  • Graduated Martin County High School.
  • Acted in the storied Burt Reynolds Dinner Theater in Jupiter, Florida.
  • Appeared in a Wonder Woman episode in 1979 at age 22.
  • was Elmo in Stripes in 1981.
  • Appeared in 1982’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High with Sean Penn and Phoebe Cates.
  • Appeared in the top grossing movie of 1984 Beverley Hills Cop.
  • Was Gerald in Gremlins in 1984, his second movie with Phoebe Cates.
  • Was married to Carrie Frazier from 1985-1986.
  • Starred in 1986’s Ruthless People.
  • Reprised his role as Det. Billy Rosewood in 1987’s Beverly Hills Cop II.
  • Starred in the 1988 body switch movie Vice Versa with Fred Savage.
  • Hosted Saturday Night Live on February 7, 1988. Musical guest 10,000 Maniacs.
  • Played a man named Harmony in the 1990 movie Daddy’s Dyin’: Who’s Got the Will? With Beverly D’Angelo.
  • In 1994, he appeared in a classic episode of Seinfeld as the Close Talker and was nominated for an Emmy.
  • In 1994 he appeared in the third of three Beverly Hills Cop movies with Eddie Murphy and the first of three The Santa Clause movies with Tim Allen.
  • Appeared in Swing Vote in 1998 with Stanley Tucci
  • Married Amy Miller in 2000.
  • Reprised his role as Dr. Neil Miller in 2002’s The Santa Clause 2: The Mrs. Clause.
  • Appeared in 2006’s The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause.
  • In 2006, Amy Reinhold directed a well received documentary titled Be Still.

    Judge Reinhold shares a birthday with:

  • Al Franken (1951)
  • Chris Benoit (1967)
  • Fairuza Balk (1974)
  • Jeffrey Dahmer (1960)
  • Leo Sayer (1948)
  • Nancy Benoit (1964)
  • Nick Cassavetes (1959)
  • Notorious B.I.G. (1972)
  • Mr. T (1952)
  • Peggy Cass (1924)
  • Raymond Burr (1917)
  • Richard Hatch (1945)
  • Ricky Williams (1977)
  • Robert Montgomery (1904)
  • Ronald Isley (1941)