Robert Shapiro (lawyer) - Films and Television

Films and Television

Shapiro is known as a "celebrity" lawyer, and as such is a celebrity himself. He has appeared as himself (or as a lawyer resembling his real-life self) in a number of films and television shows, including the movie Havoc.

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