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Bill Crabb

Bill Crabb is an actor, known for Kalifornia (1993), We Are Marshall (2006) and Run Ronnie Run (2002). See full bio »
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Kalifornia Middle Aged Farmer
We Are Marshall
We Are Marshall Gas Station Attendant
Run Ronnie Run
Run Ronnie Run Prison Guard
Stroker Ace
Stroker Ace Redneck


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 2006 We Are Marshall
Gas Station Attendant
 2005 The Unseen
 2004 The Work and the Glory
Asa Phelps
 2002 Run Ronnie Run
Prison Guard
 1998 Claudine's Return
Frank D. Lakebottom
 1998 The Gingerbread Man
 1996 Savannah (TV Series)
Mr. Harvey / Jobless man
- Diary of a Mad Rich Wife (1996) ... Mr. Harvey
- Burn, Baby, Burn (1996) ... Jobless man
 1989-1994 In the Heat of the Night (TV Series)
Bo the Bartender / Bo / Bartender / ...
- Dangerous Engagement (1994) ... Bo the Bartender
- A Step Removed (1993) ... Bartender
- Moseley's Lot (1992) ... Bo the Bartender (uncredited)
- The Littlest Victim (1991) ... Bo the Bartender
 1993 The Real McCoy
 1993 Kalifornia
Middle Aged Farmer (as Bill Crabbe)
 1984 The Baron and the Kid (TV Movie)
 1984 Door to Door
Redneck Two
 1984 Tank
 1983 Stroker Ace
 1983 Murder in Coweta County (TV Movie)
Strickland Cousin
 1979 The Prize Fighter

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Alternate Names:

Bill Crabbe


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Was the dialog coach for Brad Pitt in the movie "Kalifornia".

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