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Nationality USA
Birth 6 august 1964 (59 years) at Chicago (USA)

Moosie Drier (born August 6, 1964) is an American television and film actor. His career began as a child actor. Drier had regular appearances on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, The Bob Newhart Show and Kids Incorporated, and has also done work as a voice actor and as a director.

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Floyd Mutrux
Floyd Mutrux
(2 films)
Ken Olandt
Ken Olandt
(2 films)
Dan Curtis
Dan Curtis
(1 films)
Alex Kurtzman
Alex Kurtzman
(1 films)
Danny Arnold
Danny Arnold
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Moosie Drier (11 films)

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Saving Santa
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Musical theatre, Animation
Themes Christmas films, Time travel films
Actors Martin Freeman, Tim Curry, Tim Conway, Craig Fairbrass, Noel Clarke, Ashley Tisdale
Rating54% 2.701152.701152.701152.701152.70115
A lowly stable elf finds that he is the only one who can stop an invasion of the North Pole by using the secret of Santa's Sleigh, a TimeGlobe, to travel back in time to Save Santa - twice.
People Like Us, 1h54
Directed by Alex Kurtzman
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about families
Actors Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Jon Favreau, Michelle Pfeiffer, Mark Duplass
Rating69% 3.49843.49843.49843.49843.4984
Sam Harper (Chris Pine), a struggling corporate trader in New York City, is in trouble after one of his deals violates federal law and the Federal Trade Commission threatens him with an investigation. Sam's boss (Jon Favreau) urges him to bribe federal officials, at Sam's own expense. Returning home, Sam learns from his girlfriend Hannah (Olivia Wilde) that Jerry, his estranged father and record-producer, has died in L.A. of cancer. Sam tries to avoid attending the funeral, but Hannah insists on making arrangements. After flying home to L.A., he stays with Hannah at Jerry's house and has a tense reunion with his mother Lillian (Michelle Pfeiffer).
Storm (1999)
, 1h44
Origin USA
Genres Thriller
Actors Luke Perry, Martin Sheen, Alexandra Powers, Renée Estevez, Marc McClure, Glenn Shadix
Roles le technicien radar
Rating40% 2.041742.041742.041742.041742.04174
Un projet top secret du gouvernement concernant la manipulation du temps plonge Los Angeles sur le chemin d'un cyclone dévastateur. Un météorologiste décide de sauver la ville.
Velocity Trap, 1h33
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Action, Adventure
Themes Space adventure films, Films set in the future, Dystopian films, Space opera
Actors Olivier Gruner, Alicia Coppola, Ken Olandt, Jorja Fox, Bruce Weitz, Jaason Simmons
Roles ED Officer
Rating45% 2.2657452.2657452.2657452.2657452.265745
The main character, Ray Stokes (Olivier Gruner) is a down-on-his luck police officer on a distant, corruptly-ruled mining colony. He has already lost his wife Dana (Anna Karin) to his corrupt boss, John Dawson (Craig Wasson), not from any failure in romantic rivalry, but as part of a deal to pay off their dead daughter's medical bills: making her Dawson's "Contract Wife".
The Hollywood Knights, 1h31
Directed by Floyd Mutrux
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Actors Robert Wuhl, Tony Danza, Fran Drescher, Michelle Pfeiffer, Leigh French, Joyce Hyser
Rating61% 3.098953.098953.098953.098953.09895
On Halloween night in 1965, a group of high school pranksters – the Hollywood Knights – are enraged by the Beverly Hills Residents' Association's success in arranging for the shutdown and demolition of their favorite hangout, 'Tubby's Drive-In' diner, which is to be replaced by an office building. In response, they launch a sustained and comically vengeful campaign against the principals of the association and two bumbling local police officers charged with keeping the "The Knights" in check during their last night in Beverly Hills. The ensuing antics include, among other things, a sexual encounter involving premature ejaculation, a punch bowl being 'spiked' with urine, an initiation ceremony involving four pledges who are left in Watts wearing nothing but the car tires they are left to carry, a cheerleader who forgets to put on her underwear before performing at a pep rally, several impromptu drag races, and the lead character of Newbomb Turk (Robert Wuhl) wearing a majordomo outfit and singing a version of 'Volare' accompanied by the sounds of flatulence. 'Mooning' also plays a prominent role in the film: one of the advertising slogans exploited the recent Apollo space program by touting that The Hollywood Knights was the first movie 'to moon a man on the land'. During a mooning incident in the film's final scene, the character Dudley Laywicker, becomes absolutely 'all eyes', transfixed by the bare buttocks. So much so, that he takes his glasses off for a better look.
When Every Day Was the Fourth of July, 1h40
Directed by Dan Curtis
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Dean Jones, Andrew Duggan, Louise Sorel, Chris Petersen, Katy Kurtzman, Harris Yulin
Roles Howie Martin
Rating72% 3.6042253.6042253.6042253.6042253.604225
It's the summer of 1937 in Bridgeport, Connecticut and 12-year-old Daniel Cooper (Chris Petersen) along with his 10-year-old sister Sarah (Katy Kurtzman) are looking forward to summer vacation, most particularly, the annual 4th of July festivities. Sarah soon befriends the town's gentle misfit, Albert Cavanaugh, known by the town's children as "Snowman" (Geoffrey Lewis), a highly decorated and now brain-damaged World War I veteran, after she defends him from the town's resident bully, "Red" Doyle (Eric Shea). When Snowman finds himself accused of a terrible murder, Sarah, believing him to be innocent, convinces her successful attorney father, Ed Cooper (Dean Jones) to defend him. Amid courtroom allegations of communism and insinuations of a potentially inappropriate relationship with Sarah, Ed Cooper and the town's children must try to prove Snowman's innocence, before he can be sentenced to jail for the murder.
Oh, God!
Oh, God! (1977)
, 1h38
Directed by Carl Reiner
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Fantastic, Comedy, Fantasy
Themes Films about religion
Actors George Burns, John Denver, Teri Garr, Donald Pleasence, Ralph Bellamy, William Daniels
Roles Adam Landers
Rating65% 3.2985853.2985853.2985853.2985853.298585
God appears as a kindly old man to Jerry Landers, an assistant supermarket manager. After a few failed attempts in trying to set up an "interview," God tells Jerry that he has been selected to be His messenger to the modern world, much like a contemporary Moses. Timidly at first, Landers tells his wife, children and a religious editor of the Los Angeles Times of his encounters with God and soon becomes a national icon of comedic fodder.
Ants (1977)
, 1h40
Directed by Robert Scheerer
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Natural horror films, Films about insects
Actors Suzanne Somers, Robert Foxworth, Lynda Day George, Anita Gillette, Bernie Casey, Myrna Loy
Rating50% 2.5033652.5033652.5033652.5033652.503365
During construction at the old, hard-pressed Lakewood Hotel, two workers stumble upon a swarm of ants in a closed section of the building. After discovering the unusually aggressive and dangerous ants, they attempt to get the warning out, but are accidentally buried alive.
Roll, Freddy, Roll!, 1h13
Directed by Bill Persky
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films
Actors Tim Conway, Jan Murray, Moosie Drier, Barra Grant, Scott Brady, Robert J. Hogan
Roles Tommy Danton
Rating71% 3.581113.581113.581113.581113.58111
A man tries to impress his son by breaking the world record for staying on roller skates.
The War Between Men and Women, 1h50
Directed by Melville Shavelson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about disabilities
Actors Jack Lemmon, Barbara Harris, Jason Robards, Herb Edelman, Lisa Gerritsen, Moosie Drier
Roles David Kozlenko
Rating61% 3.0529353.0529353.0529353.0529353.052935
Peter Wilson (Jack Lemmon) is a sarcastic near-sighted cartoonist, author and swinging bachelor living in Manhattan. He detests dogs and children. He is flustered by women's priorities and avoids commitment, much preferring transient physical relationships. At the office of his eye surgeon, Peter meets a leggy, eye-catching brunette named Terri Kozlenko (Barbara Harris). He likes her very much, but discovers later that she is a single mother to three children.