Armin Shimerman Filmography
Stardust Memories (1980) - Starring as a Eulogy Audience member
| A director named Sandy Bates (Woody Allen) is a man who doesn't want to make goofball comedies anymore, and it seems that the comedies are all that society wants from him. He's unhappy because his first "serious" film isn't well recieved by the public. He decides to stay a weekend at a hotel to reflect upon his life while a festival showcasing his films is occuring. Meanwhile, he encounters groups of his fans who ask for autographs, compliment him on his "early funnies", his style of filmmaking, and he encounters a beautiful woman named Dorrie (Charlotte Rampling), whom of which he falls in love with.|
|Remington Steele (1984) (TV) - Starring as Lester Bartholomew in "Lofty Steele"|
| When Laura Holt (Stephanie Zimbalist), a beautiful young private detective begins her own business, she soon discovers that no one is willing to hire a female detective. Laura then creates a mythical boss named Remington Steele, and suddenly business is booming. Shortly after, a mysterious man with Remington's face (Pierce Brosnan) cons Laura into making him her partner.|
In this episode, Laura faces angry neighbors and threats against her life as someone tries to run her out of her loft apartment.
|Alice (1985) (TV) - Starring as Man at Auction in "Kiss the Grill Goodbye"|
| Alice Hyatt and her son head west after she is widowed. Her car breaks down in Phoenix, Arizona, where she takes a job at Mel's diner. There she and the two other waitresses Flo, known for her catch phrase, "Kiss my grits" and Vera worked for the grouchy owner Mel.|
|The Hitcher (1986) - Starring as Interrogation Sergeant|
| Jim Halsey (C. Thomas Howell) is driving cross-country from Chicago to San Diego when he narrowly avoids an accident after falling asleep at the wheel. He picks up a hitchhiker to help stay awake, but John Ryder (Rutger Hauer) is not your normal hitchhiker, he's in fact a mad psychopathic killer. Jim manages to escape, but Ryder plays a game of cat-and-mouse, taunting Jim from the windows of passing cars, and leaving corpses in their vehicles for Jim to discover. Jim befriends Nash (Jennifer Jason Leigh), the waitress at a deserted truck stop, but the cops are intent on arresting Jim for the murders. |
- The Interrogation Sergeant is seen when John Ryder is arrested just after tying Nash to the bumpers and rips her in half. Ryder is questioned by the sergeant in front of Halsey.
|Blind Date (1987) - Starring as the Snooty French Waiter|
| Walter Davis (Bruce Willis) is fixed up with sexy, soft-spoken Nadia (Kim Basinger) in order to impress his associates at high-powered corporate dinner. But, when Nadia has only one drink, she goes completely crazy. Over the course of the night, Walter losees his job, gets beat up, arrested, and chased across town by Nadia's jealous fiance (John Larroquette). |
- The French Waiter scene is at a company dinner when Nadia is already tipsy. He pours Walter and Nadia some Champaigne which just makes her worse. He also corrects Walters French pronunciations. Nadia asks him if he speaks real French or just bullshit French.
Beauty and the Beast (1987-1989) (TV) - Starring as Pascal in 12 episodes
| The show centered around the relationship between Catherine (Linda Hamilton), an Assistant District Attorney who lived in New York City, and Vincent (Ron Perlman), a gentle, but lion-faced "beast" who belongs to a society of misfits and outcasts dwelling in the tunnels beneath the city. The character of Catherine was killed, to be replaced by Diana Bennett (Jo Anderson), a special-investigations policewoman.|
|Like Father Like Son (1987) - Starring as Trigger's Dad|
| Dr. Jack Hammond (Dudley Moore) has the best chances to become medical superintendent in the clinic, so he's completely absorbed in his work and has no understanding for his teenage son Chris' (Kirk Cameron) problems with school. By accident, one of them drinks a brain-exchanging serum, and it switches their identities. This leads of course to extraordinary complications in school and at work, but also to insight in the problems and feelings of each other.|
|Sledge Hammer! (1987) (TV) - Starring as Malcolm Dench in "Hammeroid"|
| Sledge Hammer (David Rasche) is the ultimate tough cop with a big gun, a parody of the type popularized by Clint Eastwood in the "Dirty Harry" films. His cases are usually solved by his female partner, Dori Doreau (Anne-Marie Martin), if she can only keep him from being suspended for shooting someone with his giant pearl-handled .44 Magnum. |
In this episode, Sledge Hammer breaks nearly all his bones and encases himself in a robotic suit to stop a robot.
|Big Man on Campus (1989) - Starring as Doctor Oberlander|
| A hunchback has made his home on the UCLA campus tower who makes himself known by swinging from a rope Tarzan style onto the campus. The hunchback is later taken into custody by campus officials and is examined by campus professors. The hunchback escapes to his tower and when the scientists stay with it, it learns about life on Earth. The hunchback, who calls himself Bob Malooga-Looga-Looga-Looga-Looga, is in love with Cathy, one of the scientists and when Bob gets a call about Cathy being in trouble, he goes to help her, only to find it's a hoax.|
|Alien Nation (1990) (TV) - Starring as Cyril Roman in "Gimme, Gimme"|
| A flying saucer crashed in the Mojave Desert and it's alien slaves or "Newcomers", have been assimilated into the population of Los Angeles. George Francisco, is an alien police detective with a human partner, Matthew Sikes. George and Matt fight crime together, while learning to respect the other's culture, and question his own.|
|Death Warrant (1990) - Starring as Doctor Gottesman|
| Detective Louis Burke (Jean-Claude Van Damme) confronts a maniac called the Sandman, and although the Sandman nearly kills him, Burke manages to stop him. The Canadian policeman is then assigned to a jail to investigate in some murders. When in jail, Burke uses his martial arts to find the truth about the dreadful crimes. Burke also befriends a few of the inmates, including Hawkins and Priest, who help him with the investigation. As it turns out, the prisoners are being murdered for their body organs.|
|Married with Children (1991) (TV) - Starring as Mr. Lovejoy in "Buck the Stud"|
| The show ran for 11 seasons and was about a typical American family. There was Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill) the loser shoe salesman, Peggy (Katey Sagal) his red-headed wife, Kelly (Christina Applegate) the stupid and beautiful daughter, Bud (David Faustino) the sexless boy wonder, their dog Buck, and the neighbors Marcy and Steve, with Jefferson replacing Steve later on.|
In this episode Mr. Lovejoy offers the Bundys $10,000 if they allow Buck to breed with his dog. Al starves Buck for sex so Buck ends up killing the other dog and Mr. Lovejoy sues Al for $100,000.