Miami Vice Wiki
Lenny von Dohlen


Miami Vice Character
December 22, 1958, Augusta, Georgia (age 50)
Marina Drujko (2007-2008, divorced)
One daughter from previous relationship

Lenny Von Dohlen (born December 22, 1958) is an American actor who made his TV debut in the show Miami Vice as Bob Rickert, overseer of a warehouse for the drug lord Alvarado in the episode "Give a Little, Take a Little".

Early Life/Career

Von Dohlen was born in Augusta, Georgia. He made his screen debut in the 1981 TV movie Kent State (with Keith Gordon). His film debut was in Tender Mercies (with Paul Gleason), then starred in the movie Electric Dreams.

After his Vice appearance, Von Dohlen became a prolific guest star on multiple TV shows, including Tales from the Darkside, The Equalizer, thirtysomething, The Young Riders (with Melissa Leo), Twin Peaks (with Joan Chen), Picket Fences, The Magnificent Seven (with Ron Perlman), CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds and even the British sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf. Von Dohlen's most recent TV appearance was in a 2017 episode of The Orville.

In film, Von Dohlen appeared as the title character in Billy Galvin (with Keith Szarabajka), Jennifer Eight (with Kevin Conway & Perry Lang), One Good Turn (with James Remar & Suzy Amis), Cadillac (with Annabelle Gurwitch), Home Alone 3 (with James Saito), Broken Horses (with Vincent D'Onofrio), and his most recent movie appearance, 2018's The Maestro (with Xander Berkeley, William Russ, and Jon Polito).

Personal Life

Von Dohlen was married to Russian model Marina Drujko from 2007 until their divorce in 2008. They had no children, but Von Dohlen has a daughter, Hazel (born 2000) from a previous relationship.