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Robert Picardo's Filmography


Robert Picardo as Kurt Rand on Masters of HorrorHere is a listing of Robert Picardo's movies, both theatrical releases and TV movies; the television series in which he has starred and guest-starred; and his directorial debut on Star Trek: Voyager. This filmography is incomplete - if you've seen Bob in other movies or TV series not listed here, please inform the webmaster! Please note that any errors in this filmography are the responsibility of the webmaster. Any help in correcting errors would be greatly appreciated.

Click on the highlighted titles below to go to a description of Bob's role in the movie, or click on the highlighted character names to see a picture of Bob in that role.

Theatrical Releases and TV Movies

TV Series

TV Guest Appearances

Tony and Sheena Sepulveda
  • "Eve" (2003) as Professor Dunson ["To Sir, With Mom" (2006)]
  • "Stargate SG-1" (1997) as Agent Richard Woolsey ["The Scourge" (2006)]
  • "E-Ring" (2005) as Larry Kincaid ["Weekend Pass" and "The Forgotten" (2005)]
  • "Stargate SG-1" (1997) as Agent Richard Woolsey ["Prototype" (2005)]
  • "The 4400" (2004) as Trent Appelbaum ["The Weight of the World" (2005)]
  • "The West Wing" (1999) as Judge E. Bradford Shelton ["The Supremes" (2004)]
  • "Stargate SG-1" (1997) as Agent Richard Woolsey ["Heroes" and "Inaguration" (2004)] (Photo by Shane Harvey, from GateWorld.net
  • "The Lyon's Den" (2003) as Detective Nick Traub [recurring role, beginning with "Pilot" (2003)]
  • "Justice League" (2001) as Amazo (voice) ["Tabula Rasa" 2-parter (2003)]
  • "The Dead Zone" (2002) as Mitch McMurtry ["The Storm" (2003)]
  • "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996) as Bob Jacobs ["Spellmanian Slip" and "Soul Mates" (2003)]
  • "The Practice" (1997) as Dr. Edmunds ["Neighboring Species" (2002)]
  • "Grim & Evil" (2001) as Cod Commando (voice) ["The Pie Who Loved Me" (2002)]
  • "Crossing Jordan" (2001) as Father Bruno ["Miracles & Wonders" (2002)]
  • "Justice League" (2001) as Blackhawk (voice) ["The Savage Time" 3-parter (2002)]
  • "Frasier" (1993) as Charlie Keckner ["Bully for Martin" (2001)]
  • "The Weakest Link" (2000), Trek Celebrity Edition. Robert Picardo was playing for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation [2001]
  • "Seven Days" (1998) as Major Michael McGrath (aka "The Devil") ["Revelation" (2001)]
  • "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" (2000) as Professor Reddschift (voice) ["First Missions" (2000)]
  • "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) as Dr. Lewis Zimmerman ["Life Line" (2000)]
  • "Ally McBeal" (1997), as Barry Philbrick ["Love's Illusions" (1999)]
  • "America's Greatest Pets" (1999). Robert Picardo and his parrots appeared as guests on March 12, 1999
  • "Donny & Marie" (1998). Robert Picardo appeared as a guest on October 14, 1998
  • "Outer Limits" (1995), as Emmett ["Sarcophagus" (1998)]
  • "Early Edition" (1996), as Hobson's Doctor ["Faith" (1997)]
  • "The Eddie Files" (1995), as Francois Montage ["Sleep Like A Dog" (1997)]
  • "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993), as Dr. Lewis Zimmerman ["Doctor Bashir, I Presume" (1997)]
  • "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) as Dr. Lewis Zimmerman ["The Swarm" (1996)]
  • "Dumb and Dumber" (1995), recurring role (voice)
  • "ER" (1994), as Abraham Zimble ["Days Like This" (1995)]
  • "Pfish and Chips" (1995), as Pfish the Land Shark (voice)
  • "VR.5" (1995), as Virtual Reality Engineer ["Avenging Angel" (1995)]
  • "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." (1993), as Deputy Puel ["The Orb Scholar" (1993)]
  • "Home Improvement" (1991), as Joe "The Meat Man" Morton ["Sew, Sew Evening" and "Blow Up" (1993)]
  • "Tales from the Crypt" (1989), as Henchman ["Till Death Do We Part" (1993)]
  • "Crime & Punishment" (1993), as Mr. Master
  • "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992), as Eddie (voice)
  • "The Powers That Be" (1992), as Larry ["Sophie's Big Decision" (1992)]
  • "Dinosaurs" (1991), as Clerk, as Muse, and as Ted Hardshell (.wav file (78K) of Ted's voice) [3 episodes (voice, 1992)]
  • "L.A. Law" (1986), as lawyer Joe Dumphy ["Lose the Boss" (1991)]
  • "Newhart" (1982), as Terry ["The Little Match Girl" (1989)]
  • "Paul Reiser: Out on a Whim" (1988 comedy special) as The Amazing Bob
  • "L.A. Law" (1986), ["50 Ways to Floss Your Lover" (1987)]
  • "Private Eye" (1987)
  • "St. Elsewhere" (1982), as Eli Muzzy ["Weigh In, Way Out" (1987)]
  • "21 Jump Street" (1987), ["Gotta Finish the Riff" (1987)]
  • "Amazing Stories" (1985) as Tony Sepulveda ["Boo!" (1986)]
  • "Golden Girls" (1985), as Dr. Revell ["The Operation" (1986)]
  • "Hardcastle and McCormick" (1983) as Manny ["Brother, Can You Spare a Crime?" (1986)]
  • "Head of the Class" (1986)
  • "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" (1983), as Randall Skylar ["Three Little Spies" (1986)]
  • "Benson" (1979), as Richard Alan Tracy (1985)
  • "Silver Spoons" (1982) as Lou
  • "It Takes Two" (1982) as Jed
  • "Archie Bunker's Place" (1979) as Harry BurnettOfficer Maxwell
  • "Alice" (1976), as Freddie Petrello ["Vera's Reunion Romance" (1982)] and as Officer Maxwell [recurring role, beginning with "Tommy, the Jailbird" (1982)]
  • "Taxi" (1978), as Phillip Polevoy ["Nardo Loses Her Marbles" (1979)]
  • "Kojak" (1973), as Thomas Rindone ["Kojak's Days," two-parter (1977)]

TV Commercials

  • American Crystal Sugar "Couch" (1985)
  • American Crystal Sugar "Rose" (1985)
  • American Crystal Sugar "Phone" (1985)
  • American Crystal Sugar "Love God" (1985)

Video Games

  • "Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force" (1999), as the Doctor

Director Filmography

  • "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) TV Series ["Alter Ego" (1997), "One Small Step" (1999)]

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