Carl Gottlieb is an American actor, writer, screenwriter, and director.
Carl Gottlieb was born , in New York City, New York, United States. His zodiac sign is Pisces.
As an actor, Carl Gottlieb has been seen in movies such as Jaws, released in 1975 in which he plays Ben Meadows, Cannonball! (1976) (character: Terry McMillan), Up the Sandbox (1972) in which he portrays Vinnie, MASH (1970), The Jerk (1979), and Clueless (1995).
Carl Gottlieb has written the story of movies such as The Jerk, released in 1979, Jaws 2 (1978).
Also a screenwriter, Carl Gottlieb has worked on Jaws, released in 1975.
Carl Gottlieb is also a movie director and has worked on movies such as Amazon Women on the Moon, released in 1987, Caveman (1981).
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