DUNGEONS & DRAGONS
Uncouth, ill-mannered, violently tempered and perpetually inebriated, this wretched specimen of Dwarven-kind has been thrown out of more taverns and inns than the orcs he so despises. This is due both to his habit of brawling and his complete failure to make payment for any of his enormous debts. If the city were not so prosperous, he never would be able to find the table scraps on which he currently survives.
It is said that at one time Elwood was a ferocious warrior, and had even distinguished himself in the Orcish wars. But since the peace, Izmer has no need for his kind. Any semblance of the hero he was has been obliterated by countless barrels of ale and many years of surviving in the dark alleys and back streets of the empire.
Lee Arenberg has the remarkable ability to morph himself into frightening aliens, twisted psychotherapists, lascivious entertainment executives and everything in between. Most frequently referred to as a character actor, Arenberg maintains a flourishing acting career--almost 20 years spanning television, stage and film.
Lee's first professional job was in 1986 at the Mark Taper Forum in Ghetto, a play directed by Gordon Davidson. Within weeks he was cast in three films, including the role of 'Norton' in the feature Tapeheads opposite Tim Robbins and John Cusack. Guest appearances on television began in 1987 with the hit sitcom Perfect Strangers, and have continued with memorable roles such as the notoriously huge studio head, 'Bobby G.,' on the controversial syndicated comedy Action; the parking space stealing New Yorker on Seinfeld; and as the murderous rock promoter opposite Katey Sagal and the late Sam Kinison in Tales From The Crypt; as well as roles on Arliss, Friends, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Deep Space Nine among others.
Arenberg has appeared in more than 30 movies, including Cradle Will Rock, Robocop 3, Waterworld, Bob Roberts, The Apocalypse, Cross My Heart and others.
Lee resides in Los Angeles with his wife, writer Lisa Derrick, their two dogs and three cats.
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