Albert Paul Shenar (February 12, 1936 − October 11, 1989) was an American actor and theater director of Polish and Slovenian descent.
A veteran Broadway and Shakespearian actor born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he was one of the twenty-seven founding members of the American Conservatory Theater. He played more than forty stage roles there, including Hamlet, Oedipus and Brother Julian in Edward Albee's Tiny Alice. Film-wise, he was best known for portraying Bolivian drug lord Alejandro Sosa in Brian De Palma's Scarface.
He died from complications of AIDS on October 11, 1989 at age 53.
- Columbo (1974) as Sgt. Young
- Wonder Woman (1976) as Lieutenant Wertz
- The Secret of NIMH (1982) as Jenner (voice)
- Scarface (1983) as Alejandro Sosa
- Dynasty (1983-1985) as Jason/Justin Dehner
- Raw Deal (1986) as Paulo Rocca
- The Big Blue (1988) as Dr. Laurence