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Fred Drake. John Haller. Coach Joe Cook. Cyphers's first feature film was the movie Truck Turner , and he first worked with Carpenter in the action film Assault on Precinct 13 , in which he played Starker, one of the ill-fated police officers gunned down by gang members.
He later appeared as Sheriff Leigh Brackett in the hit horror movie Halloween. Cyphers worked with Carpenter two years later, playing Dan O'Bannon in The Fog , a horror film which also starred Tom Atkins , Cyphers's fellow Halloween cast member Jamie Lee Curtis , his Assault on Precinct 13 co-star Darwin Joston , and Nancy Kyes , who worked with Cyphers in both Assault on Precinct 13 and Halloween.
He then played the Secretary of State in Carpenter's popular film Escape from New York , in which he appeared with Atkins and Halloween actress Nancy Stephens.
He reprised the role of Sheriff Brackett in Halloween II. In , he appeared in the movie Dead Calling , and in he appeared as a Sheriff in Ethan Dettenmaier's forthcoming film, Sin-Jin Smyth , and in the film Methodic in a role which paid homage to his character in Halloween.
Cyphers has appeared in numerous television productions. During the s, he had a recurring role, as Hugo Muncy, in The Betty White Show , and he guest-starred in an episode of Gibbsville in