Chuck Low
American character actor
Chuck Low
"Chuck" Low is an American character actor. Born to a Russian mother and Austrian - Polish father, Low achieved his biggest success as Maurice "Morrie" Kessler in the Martin Scorsese film Goodfellas (1990). The character of Morrie is famous for his "Morrie's Wig Shop" commercial which is seen as comical, and that coupled with his penchant for pestering Jimmy Conway about money leads most of the characters to see him as a nuisance.
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Konsumentenschützer fordern niedrigere Preise -
Google News - over 5 years
So müssen Kunden für die "Chuck Low"-Schuhe der Marke Converse bei 34,95 Euro bezahlen. Bei kostet das gleiche Paar Schuhe 109,95 Franken (95,89 Euro). Firmen, die ihre Kunden in der Schweiz immerhin doppelt so stark zur
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Story Notes for Goodfellas - (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Chuck Low (Morrie) was once Robert De Niro's real estate agent in real life. This was Illeana Douglas' third Scorsese film in a row. She later co-starred in Cape Fear. Lorraine Bracco had been a model in France in the 1970s
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THE ULTIMATE FIGHTER 13 REPORT 5/11: Hyden's (Virtual Time) Rundown of all the ... - MMATorch
Google News - almost 6 years
Another knee hits Chuck low. After a brief rest, they resume. They're both feeling the range for their boxing. Javier knocks Chuck up against the cage and punches him a few times. They're both trading shots. Neither guy is gaining a true advantage
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The Name Rings a Bell
NYTimes - about 6 years
MANY people would dream of being fawned over by Renée Zellweger. Not, apparently, Raphael De Niro. One recent Wednesday morning at the Greenwich Hotel -- the understated chic celebrity magnet that Mr. De Niro helped his father, Robert, open in 2008 -- Ms. Zellweger leapt from her couch when she spotted him. She hugged him. She introduced him to
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Review/Television; A Serious Show On Fox. Seriously.
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Fox Broadcasting initiated its network ambitions in 1987 by going straight for the adolescent jugular with programs that were about as complicated as Saturday-morning cartoons. Prime example: "Married . . . With Children." Oddly enough, Fox's most sophisticated and imaginative show turned out to be a real cartoon: "The Simpsons." In recent months,
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NYTimes - over 30 years
IN the mid-18th century, the Jesuit priests in what is today northeastern Argentina and western Paraguay found themselves caught in a not unusual struggle between the Pope in Rome and two of Europe's most aggressive temporal powers. For nearly two centuries, under the protection of the Spanish king, the Jesuits had been baptizing Indians and
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Chuck Low
  • 2006
    Age 68
    He can also be seen in Alan Taylor's 2006 film, Kill the Poor.
    More Details Hide Details Low once served as Robert De Niro's real estate consultant. Low is 5' 10" tall and has been credited as Charles Low, Chuck L. Low, Chuck Lewis Low.
  • 1984
    Age 46
    He has had small roles in other Robert De Niro films, such as The Mission, The King of Comedy, and most notably in Sergio Leone's 1984 film Once Upon a Time in America as Deborah and Fat Moe's father.
    More Details Hide Details He also guest starred in a first-season episode of The Sopranos, as Shlomo Teittleman.
  • 1937
    Born on December 1, 1937.
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