|General Actor Information|
|Born:||April 24, 1930|
|Birthplace:||Brooklyn, New York, U.S.|
|Appeared on:||Married... with Children|
|Character/Appearance on MWC:||Mr. Foodie|
|Episodes appearances:||"You Better Shop Around, Part II" (Season 5)|
Alan Oppenheimer is a veteran character actor and voice artist who has performed numerous roles on live-action television since the 1960s, and has had an active career doing voice work in cartoons since the 1970s. Alan was the second of the three actors who portrayed Dr. Rudy Wells on the ABC-TV series The Bionic Woman which starred actress Lindsay Wagner. He was the character for the majority of the pilot movies, and for the first two seasons, before getting replaced in the role by Martin H. Brooks. Alan makes a guest appearance on Married... with Children as Mr. Foodie in the season 5 episode titled "You Better Shop Around, Part II".
As a voice actor, Oppenheimer was heard as Mighty Mouse in The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle and Jeckle and as multiple characters in He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (notably as Skeletor, Cringer, and Man-At-Arms) and The Transformers (as Beachcomber, Breakdown, and others).
He was nominated for a primetime Emmy after a guest appearance on Murphy Brown. His later guest-starring roles included an appearance on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
He also was the original Mickey Malph (Ralph Malph's dad) on the ABC-TV series Happy Days. He also played a recurring role during the first two seasons of the 1980s NBC-TV medical drama series St. Elsewhere, as Helen Rosenthal's husband Ira. He had a recurring role as Mayor Alvin B. Tutweiler in the comedy series Mama's Family.
Alan showed himself well suited to the science fiction genre in the 1973 cult classic film Westworld, where he played the head IT technician. He has also appeared in three of the more recent Star Trek series, always playing a different character. He appeared in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Rightful Heir" as a Klingon cleric, Koroth, a primary instigator of the cloning of Kahless, on Deep Space Nine as a Starfleet Captain Declan Keogh in command of the USS Odyssey, and as an alien ambassador in Voyager.
Alan also appeared as film director Cecil B. DeMille in the 1994 Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Blvd.