You might not recognize Richard Libertini by name, but you would be face. He had a unique look and a long, successful career, perhaps most recognized for his role as Chevy Chase's boss in the Fletch movies. And here he is as a rabbi in Lethal Weapon.
I want to include one other scene. It's not one that Richard Libertini has much to do in. Almost nothing, though it's memorable. But it's perhaps my favorite end-credit sequence in any movie, and he starts it off. And as a result, it's a role that I think a lot of people do know him for -- the guru brought in by Lily Tomlin to transfer her soul into the body of Victoria Tennant in All of Me. Here's that joyous scene with Richard Libertini at the keyboard, and the singing of Joe Williams. And the utterly life-affirming, joyous dancing of Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin. Did I say joyous? Well, that's as good a way to go out as any.
When the credits start to roll, Richard Libertini's name is on the first card, at the bottom. All of it.