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Jordan Charney
Jordan Charney
Jordan Charney is well known for his role as Mr. Angelino on Three's Company.
Personal Information
Born: (1937-04-01) April 1, 1937 (age 79)
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Career/Family Information
Occupation/
Career:
Actor
Years active: 1964-2007
Spouse(s): Nancy Cooperstein
(1966–present; 2 children)
Character information
Appeared on: Three's Company and Guest appearance on The Ropers as Mr. McLaughlin in the episode "The Other Woman"
Character played: Mr. Layton, Larry's boss in "Jack Moves Out" (Season 3),
Frank Angelino in Seasons 5-7 (12 episodes)
Three's Company Script


Jordan Charney (born April 1, 1937) appeared as Frank Angelino, Jack's boss, and owner of Angelino's Restaurant on Three's Company; before that, on the series, he also appeared as Mr. Layton, Larry's boss at the used-car lot where he works in the Season 3 episode titled "Jack Moves Out", as well as an appearance on the spinoff series The Ropers as Mr. McLaughlin in the episode titled "The Other Woman".

Acting careerEdit

Many of his earliest roles were on daytime television, with appearances in numerous soaps. Jordan created the role of creepy Julian Dark in the early to mid-1960s on the CBS-TV daytime soap, The Secret Storm. He played Sam Lucas, a former convict who became a lawyer, in both NBC-TV daytime soap operas Another World and its spin-off Somerset, playing the role from 1967 to 1974. He also appeared as Lt. Vince Wolek on One Life To Live (1975–1977). Other roles were on Love Of Life and All My Children.

Charney had a recurring role as Frank Angelino, Jack Tripper's boss, on Three's Company (1981–1983). He is often cast as a judge, attorney, prison warden, or police officer. He has made appearances on Falcon Crest, Dynasty, Night Court and 100 Centre Street, among many other series. He can also be seen in the recurring role of Judge Donald Karan on NBC-TV's Law and Order.

Charney has also appeared in such films as The Hospital, Ghostbusters, and Network.

Charney, who is married to playwright Nancy Copperstein, has most recently appeared Off-Broadway with Sabine Singh in The Gold Standard by Daniel Roberts.

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