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Alan Manson
Eric Bryan
...as Arraignment Judge Eric Bryan
Characters
Arraignment Judge Eric Bryan, Chief Administrative Judge
Date of birth
(1918-06-07)June 7, 1918
Place of birth
Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Date of death
March 5, 2002(2002-03-05) (aged 83)
Place of death
Queens, New York City, New York, USA
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Alan Manson (June 7, 1918 – March 5, 2002) was a veteran character actor who played Arraignment Judge Eric Bryan in the Law & Order episode "Blood Is Thicker..." and a Chief Administrative Judge in the episode "I.D.".

BiographyEdit

Life and careerEdit

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Alan was one of a group of World War II soldiers selected to appear in Irving Berlin's 1942 musical This Is the Army (1943). He appeared in the Broadway production as well as in the film. After the war, he continued to perform on Broadway. In 1955, he was called before the House Un-American Activities committee which were conducted by then Sen. Joe McCarthy which investigated communists in New York theater. He refused to answer any questions but was later cleared. He found little work as an actor for a few years afterwards.

Alan appeared in many Broadway shows including This Is the Army, Paddy Chayefsky's The Tenth Man, Call Me Mister and Rodgers and Hammerstein's Allegro and Angels Kiss Me. He also appeared as Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., opposite Barbra Streisand's Fanny Brice, in the Broadway production of Funny Girl. Going on to appear in guest spots on many television shows beginning in the 1960s. in addition to his Law And Order appearances, Alan would appear on such popular series such as Car 54, Where Are You?, The Patty Duke Show, Cannon, M*A*S*H, The Bob Newhart Show, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Three's Company, The Jeffersons, All In The Family, Kojak, and Vega$.

DeathEdit

Alan died in Queens, NY in 2002 of an undisclosed illness.

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