Harris Yulin stars in "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" as United States Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas.

Harris Yulin made his feature film debut in Aram Avakian's "End of the Road." Since then, the noted character actor has gone on to appear in numerous films including "Multiplicity," "Clear and Present Danger," "The Hurricane," "The Cradle Will Rock," "Stuart Saves His Family," "Ghostbusters II,"" Final Analysis," "Scarface," "True Believers," "Another Woman," "Night Moves," "Candy Mountain," "The Palace Thief," opposite Kevin Kline, "Training Day," opposite Denzel Washington, "American Outlaws," Wes Craven's "My Soul to Take" and "The Place Beyond the Pines."

Yulin's television credits include starring roles in numerous movies-of-the-week and guest roles on such series as "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer," "The X Files," "Murphy Brown," "Third Watch," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Entourage," "Damages," "Law & Order," "Rubicon," "Pan Am" and "Nikita." He received Emmy nominations for his guest-starring roles on "Frasier" and "La Femme Nikita."

Yulin has worked extensively in the theater as an actor and as a director both in Los Angeles, where he founded the LA Classic Theatre, and on Broadway, where he appeared in the 2001 revival of "Hedda Gabler," the 1999 revival of "The Price," the 1997 revival of "The Diary of Anne Frank," "The Visit," "A Lesson From Aloes" and "Watch on the Rhine." He more recently collaborated with the Goodman Theatre on "The Trip to Bountiful" during the 2007/2008 season. His other Goodman credits include Louis Sullivan in Robert Falls' production of Richard Nelson's "Frank's Home" and as The Director in the world premiere of Arthur Miller's "Finishing the Picture."

Yulin directed Horton Foote's "One-Armed Man" and "The Prisoner's Song" at The Ensemble Studio Theatre and his "The Trip to Bountiful" at Signature Theatre Company. His most recent directing credits include Conor McPherson's "This Lime Tree Bower" at Primary Stages. Other directing credits include "Don Juan in Hell" (various theaters); Steve Tesich's "Baba Goya" and Adele Shank's "Winterplay" at Second Stage Theatre in New York; "The Rehearsal" (East L.A. Classic Theatre); "The Front Page" and the Guardsman" (Long Wharf Theatre); "As You Like It" (Dallas Shakespeare Festival); "The Man Who Came to Dinner" (Long Beach Theater Festival); "Sheba" (St. Nicholas Theater Company, Chicago); "After the Fall" (Company of Angels); "The Last Meeting or the Knight of the White Magnolia" (Coronet Theatre, Los Angeles); "The Guns of Carrar" and "Cuba Si!" (Theatre de Lys, New York); and "Candida" (Shaw Festival, Ontario).

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Age: 79 years old
Birthday: November 5, 1937
Height: 5' 11"
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Gwen Welles (10/13/1993)

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