MAJOR LEAGUE: BACK TO THE MINORS
CORBIN BERNSEN (Roger Dorn) is best known for his Emmy
and Golden Globe Awardnominated role as Arnie Becker on
NBC's "L.A. Law." In "Major League: Back to the
Minors," he reprises the role he originated in "Major
League" and continued in "Major League II."
Bernsen has appeared in such feature films as "S.O.B.,"
"The Great White Hype," "Eat My Dust," "Hello
Again," "Bert Rigby...You're a Fool," "Disorganized
Crime," "Shattered" and "The New Age."
In addition to "L.A. Law," Bernsen's television appearances
include his criticallyacclaimed performance as civil rights
lawyer Morris Dees in the NBC telefilm "Line of Fire: The
Morris Dees Story," TNT's "Breaking Point," "Bloodhounds"
for USA Network, "Tidal WaveNo Escape" and "The
Dentist" for HBO.
Bernsen now resides in the English countryside with his wife and
three sons. He recently optioned three of his own scripts to Ardent
(Prince Edward's film company) and is slated to direct the first,
entitled "Isle of Mann," in 1998.
In 1991, Bernsen launched Theatre of the Night, a touring company
of professional actors bringing classical stage productions to
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