Zalman King

D.O.B: May 23, 1942 | Trenton, New Jersey, USA

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​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zalman King (born May 23, 1942) is an American film director, writer, actor and producer. He was born Zalman Lefkovitz in Trenton, New Jersey, U.

Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zalman King (born May 23, 1942) is an American film director, writer, actor and producer. He was born Zalman Lefkovitz in Trenton, New Jersey, U.S. As a young man in 1963 he played a gang member on Alfred Hitchcock Presents (Memo from Purgatory written by Harlan Ellison) with James Caan and Walter Koenig. In 1967 he played the outlaw Muley in Muley, an episode of the TV show Gunsmoke. His character shoots Marshall Matt Dillon as part of a plan to rob the Dodge City Bank, but as he and his gang are waiting for Dillon to recover (so they can try again to kill him), Muley falls in love with one of the girls at the Long Branch Saloon, which thwarts the plan. From September 1970 until May 1971, King played attorney Aaron Silverman on the drama The Young Lawyers, broadcast on the ABC television network. King later contributed a unique delivery to Trip with the Teacher (1975), portraying the psychopathic Al, a narcoleptic murdering motorbiker. King has directed several commercially successful films, including Two Moon Junction (1988), Wild Orchid (1990), and Red Shoe Diaries (1992), which became a long-running television series for Showtime network. It spawned many sequels. He is perhaps best known for his collaboration with director Adrian Lyne on the film 9½ Weeks which starred Kim Basinger and Mickey Rourke. He produced (and usually directed) the television series and film ChromiumBlue.