Albert Brock (Robert Guillaume) is Lamont and Fred's lawyer in the episode titled "Steinberg and Son" in Season 5.
|Attorney at Law|
|Represents them in their inteded lawsuit against NBC for airing a new series called "Steinberg and Son" which closely depicted their lives|
|Family and Personal Information|
|Appeared on:||Sanford and Son|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Steinberg and Son" in Season 5|
|Character played by:||Robert Guillaume|
Albert Brock was the Sanfords attorney in the eplsode titled "Steinberg and Son" in Season 5 of Sanford and Son. The part of Albert is played by veteran stage/TV actor Robert Guillaume, who is perhaps best known for his role as Benson Dubois on the late 1970's-early mid 1980's Paul Junger/Thomas Witt/Tony Thomas produced sitcoms SOAP, and Benson.
When Lamont and Fred, upset over seeing their lives reproduced when they go tho NBC Studios with Bubba, Aunt Esther, and Grady to see an new show called Steinberg and Son, they then seek to use this as leverage for a lawsuit. Thus, with Albert, they see the producer of the show and the head legal counsel of NBC over the matter When Albert asks the show's developer, Bernie Taub, who is Rollo's cousin, he mentioned that he got the idea from Rollo who told him about Lamont and Fred, whe he described as "Two nothings who really loved each other". also saying that he could'nt break into Hollywood with any of his ideas, so he acted on the tip from Rollo.