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Lenny Clarke

Lenny Clarke



United States

Age: 70

Born: 16 Sep, 1953

Known for

In Are You There, Chelsea? as Melvin Newmanas Melvin Newman

in Are You There, Chelsea?
In The Job as Frank Harriganas Frank Harrigan

in The Job
In The Winner as Ron Abbottas Ron Abbott

in The Winner
In The John Larroquette Show as Officer Adam Hamptonas Officer Adam Hampton

in The John Larroquette Show

TV Series Starring Lenny Clarke

Are You There, Chelsea?Are You There, Chelsea?
NBC, 2012 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

Based on the semi-autobiographical book by Chelsea Handler, this NBC comedy project covers the events of Chelsea's life in her twenties as depicted in the book.


The WinnerThe Winner
FOX, 2007 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy

This comedy tells the story of a 32-year-old slacker who still lives with his parents--as told through the eyes of the successful 40-something man he has become.


The JobThe Job
ABC, 2001 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Crime
Rating: 2.5/5

Mike McNeil is a self-medicating, hard-drinking, decorated New York City detective with a wife, a mistress, and a crush on a co-worker. Surrounded by a partner and fellow squad members who are just as colorful, McNeil pursues his uniquely unconventional, yet effective, approach to crime solving.


The John Larroquette ShowThe John Larroquette Show
NBC, 1993 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy
Rating: 2/5

A fascinating case study in how to destroy a successful situation comedy. In its first season The John Larroquette Show was a daring dark comedy and a hit. Set in a St. Louis long distance bus terminal, with a recovering alcoholic protagonist adrift in a sea of losers, hookers, and street people, black and white, gay and straight, this was unlike anything seen in a sitcom since Hot'l Baltimore a generation before, a comedy that addressed issues on the dark side of the American dream: race, class, gender, abuse of authority, substance addiction, etc. In the second and third season NBC carefully removed each and every element that had made the show interesting, making nonsense of a premise and bland stereotypes of its hard-edged/bizarre characters, then cancelled the show abruptly once everyone had deserted its ridiculously bland fourth season; a great shame.