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Eugene Robert Glazer
is an American
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best known for his portrayal of "Operations" on the TV show La Femme Nikita
. Glazer was raised in Brooklyn, New York, and worked at a variety of jobs before moving to Los Angeles
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in the 1970s to pursue his acting career. He worked in live theater and starred in a number of television and movie roles before being cast on La Femme Nikita
. Currently, he resides in California
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with his wife, actress Xenia Gratsos
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, who joined him on La Femme Nikita
as Renee in the 3rd season episode "Hand to Hand", and their two dog
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s and seven cat
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s - all rescues.
Eugene Robert Glazer is sometimes credited as Eugene R. Glazer, Eugene Glazer, Gene Glazer or Eugene Glazier.
- 24 (TV series)
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as Alexander Trepkos
- Season 2
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: ("Day 2: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m.", "Day 2: 3:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m.") (2003)
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("Vaya Con Leos") (2006) ... as Elder
- CSI: NY
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("Super Men") (2005) ... as Doctor Burr
- The Division
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("Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here") (2004) ... as Charles Newland, Stacy's Father
- Mutant X ("Lest He Become") (2003) ... as Nicholas Fox
- Night Man
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- La Femme Nikita (1997–2001) ... as Operations, Paul L. Wolfe
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(1997) ... as Cranston
- It's My Party
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(1996) ... as Jim Bixby
- Walker, Texas Ranger
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("The Legend of Running Bear") (1994) ... as FBI Agent Tom Sanders
- General Hospital
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(1992) ... as Peter Kaufman
- Tropical Heat
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("Alive and Kicking") (1992) ... as Colt, ("The Mariah Connection") (1991) ... as Garrity
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("Heart of the Matter"), ("Love and Duty") (1992) ... as Tom Kennedy
- Street Legal
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("Eye of the Beholder") (1991) ... as Dr. Paul Wineberg
- The Five Heartbeats
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(1991) ... as David Green
- Dallas (TV series)
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("Paradise Lost") (1990) ... as Phil Rogers
- Harlem Nights
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(1989) ... as Detective Hogan
- Intruder (1989) ... Danny
- The Twilight Zone
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("Father and Son Game") (1989) ... as Michael Stephens
- I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
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(1988) ... as Officer
- Sledge Hammer!
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("A Clockwork Hammer") (1987)
- No Way Out
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(1987) ... as CID Agent
- Hollywood Shuffle
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(1987) ... as Director/Teacher/Amadeus/Chicago Jones/Dirty Larry
- Falcon Crest
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("The Avenger") (1984) ... as Jim Parker
- T.J. Hooker ("The Shadow of Truth") (1983) ... as Hitman
- Hill Street Blues
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("Blood Money") (1981) ... as Art Show Suitor
- Charlie's Angels
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("Homes Sweet Homes") (1980) ... as Marty
- Parts: The Clonus Horror
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(1979) ... as Guide #2
- Heyn, Christopher. "A Conversation with Eugene Robert Glazer." Inside Section One: Creating and Producing TV's La Femme Nikita. Introduction by Peta Wilson. Los Angeles: Persistence of Vision Press, 2006. 82-87. ISBN 0-9787625-0-9. In-depth conversation with Eugene Robert Glazer about his role as Operations on La Femme Nikita, as well as his acting experience in both the U.S. and Canada.