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Lawrence Pressman

Lawrence Pressman

David M. Pressman is an American actor, probably best known for roles on Doogie Howser, M.D., Ladies Man, a recurring role on Profiler, the titular character on Mulligan's Stew and as a fictional scientist in the 1971 film The Hellstrom Chronicle.\nHis first role was on the soap opera The Edge of Night, and one of his first movie starring roles was in Shaft.\nPressman has often portrayed a doctor, such as in Mighty Joe Young, TV movies A Fighting Choice, Whose Daughter Is She?, Murder Without Conviction, Victims for Victims: The Theresa Saldana Story, as well as in guest roles on Hawaii Five-O, Paper Moon, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Griff, Dawson's Creek, The Drew Carey Show, Providence, The Practice, Dangerous Minds, Diagnosis Murder Law & Order, Matlock \"Ghost Whisper\" and Marcus Welby, M.D., and 3 episodes of Murder, She Wrote.\nIn 1979, Pressman portrayed H.R. Haldeman in the CBS miniseries Blind Ambition.\nHe had a guest role on M*A*S*H as troublemaking Congressional aide, R. Theodore Williamson; who vindictively schemed to paint Margaret Houlihan as a communist sympathizer, but was ultimately blackmailed into backing off.\nPressman also guest starred on Gilmore Girls.
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