Bernardo Hiller

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Bernardo Hiller
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BornBuenos Aires, Argentina
🏳️ Nationality
"Bernard- Bernie"
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  1980–present

Bernardo Hiller is an Actor, Producer, Writer, Acting, Life and Business coach. Hiller has appeared in several TV shows and films such as Jean Paul in Raising Helen, and Max Lansky in Lansky.[citation needed]


Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on April 18, 1962 he moved to New York City and studied acting in New York.[1] He developed the method of "behavior transformation" where he teaches artists to become the actors they were born to be.[2] [3] Hiller teaches Master acting classes and business seminars around the world[4]. He has been involved in teaching in over 20 different countries.[5]



Year Title Role
2011 Johnny's Gone Luke
2004 LAX Phil
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement Parliament Member Hiller
Raising Helen Jean Paul
1999 L.A. Heat Jay Timmerman
Lansky Max Lansky
1997 USA High The Violinist
1995 ER Ari Steiner
NYPD Blue Stein
1994 The Mommies Rich
Diagnosis Murder Marvin
1993 Fatal Instinct Prison Reporter
The Jackie Thomas Show Sam No. 1
1992 Bodies of Evidence Rabbi
Reasonable Doubts Mr. Fischer
1991 Saved by the Bell Mr. Sachs
1990 Avalon Hymie as a Young Man
1989 Wie du mir
1982 Grease 2 Boy Greaser
1974 The Lord's of the Flatbush Student


  1. Bernard Hiller Acting & Success Studio. "About Bernard", No date. Retrieved on October 21, 2013.
  2. Gala. "Bernard Hiller: This man laughs Hollywood", October 15, 2013. Retrieved on October 18, 2013.
  3. YouTube. "Pink Elephants", No date. Retrieved on October 3, 2013.
  4. Polish Film Festival Los Angeles. "Polish Film Festival in Los Angeles Artist / VIP Gallery", No date. October 9, 2013.
  5. BusinessWire. "Acclaimed Acting Teacher and Success Coach Bernard Hiller Launches Another Master Class June 18th, 2013, Featuring Hollywood Elite", June 19, 2013. Retrieved October 9, 2013.
  6. Internet Movie Database. "Bernie Hiller", No date. Retrieved on October 4, 2013.

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