Actor Richard Stephen Dreyfuss is 5'5”. Dreyfuss has starred in several films and television shows since the 1960s, including but not limited to such films as “American Graffiti,” “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” and “Jaws.” Dreyfuss won an Academy Award for his work on the film “The Goodbye Girl” in 1977. He was nominated again in 1995 for the film “Mr. Holland's Opus.” Dreyfuss has also earned a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award, as well as nominations for two Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2002. Dreyfuss started out acting in such television shows as “Peyton Place,” “Bewitched,” and “Gidget,” to name a few. He also performed in numerous theater productions in the '60s and '70s both off and on Broadway. Dreyfuss' first big-screen role was in an uncredited role for the film “The Graduate.” Dreyfuss has been married three times, and he has three children, two boys and a girl. In June of 2011, Dreyfuss was made a Master Mason by the Grand Master of Masons of the District of Columbia at the Washington D.C. Scottish Rite building. He is also a 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason, as well as a member of the Valley of the District of Columbia, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite.