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Steve Sweeney (II)

Steve Sweeney was born on November 10, 1948 in East Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is an actor, known for Me, Myself & Irene (2000), The Equalizer (2014) and There's Something About Mary (1998). See full bio »

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Known For

Me, Myself & Irene
Me, Myself & Irene Neighbor Ed
The Equalizer
The Equalizer Counterman
There's Something About Mary
Back to School
Back to School Security Guard


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 2016 Bleed for This
Official at Caesar's Weigh In
 2014 The Equalizer
 2008 What Doesn't Kill You
Power Wash Jerry
 2002 Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (TV Series)
- Bakery Ben (2002) ... Steve (voice)
 2000 Me, Myself & Irene
Neighbor Ed
 1999 Harbour Lights (TV Series)
- Baywatch (1999) ... Cyril (as Steve Sweeny)
 1998 Vig (TV Movie)
 1998 There's Something About Mary
Police Officer
 1998 Southie
Paul Finnerty
 1998 Next Stop Wonderland
Cab Driver
 1998 Behind the Zipper with Magda (Video short)
Police Officer in 1985 (uncredited)
 1996 Celtic Pride
Nick, the Landlord
 1986 Billy Galvin
Diner Owner
 1986 Back to School
Security Guard
 1984 Command Performance (TV Movie)
Show Show Self (8 credits)

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Started doing a morning show with Boston radio giant, Lance Norris on WZLX. See more »

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