"So numerous best memories of my career have Ron Leibman in them".
But his role as Dr Leonard Green in Friends is how he will be remembered best. She thanked him "for being my champion". Ron was an incredibly talented actor with a distinguished career in film, TV and theatre.
Ron Leibman has passed away from complications from pneumonia.
Back in 2011, Ron said he was reluctant to take on his role in Friends and torment Ross (David Schwimmer), who was Rachel's love interest.
Along with Friends (1996-2004), he appeared in shows like Police Story, Kaz (1978-79), for which he won an Emmy for his title role in the crime drama, Law & Order (1995-2000) and The Sopranos (2006). "Our thoughts go out to his wife, Jessica (Walter), and his family", his agent said in a statement. And in 1993, he received a Tony for his performance in "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches".
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According to Variety, the NY native broke into the acting business in 1956 with the soap opera "The Edge of Night". He starred with Segal in 1972's The Hot Rock, portrayed a prisoner of war in George Roy Hill's Slaughterhouse-Five and a renegade NYPD officer in Gordon Parks' The Super Cops.
Ron Leibman, from left, his wife Linda Lavin, playwright Neil Simon and Dinah Manoff in NY following the opening of the play "I Ought to be in Pictures", on April 3, 1980.
Other recent roles include featuring in cult animated spy comedy Archer.
He made his Broadway debut in 1963 in Dear Me, The Sky Is Falling and was honoured with Drama Desk Awards in 1969 and 1970 for his performances in We Bombed in New Haven and Transfers.