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Peter Crafts was born in Everett Mass. He became an actor at age 44 when was cast by Martin Scorcese as "Jimmy the Drinker" in the "act accordingly" scene opposite Jack Nicholson in The Departed. In early 2005 he was prompted by longtime Robert Deniro stand-in and actor, John Polce, to audition in Boston. Polce is a Boston transplant who ... See full bio »

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The Departed
The Departed Man in Costello's Bar
The Equalizer
The Equalizer McCall Coworker Lunch Buddy
Black Mass
Black Mass Bar Patron
The Judge
The Judge Funeral driver


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 2015 Black Mass
Bar Patron (uncredited)
 2014 The Equalizer
McCall Coworker Lunch Buddy (uncredited)
 2014 The Judge
Funeral driver (uncredited)
 2013 Frank the Bastard
Veteran at Bar (uncredited)
 2013 Gilded Lilys (TV Movie)
Senior Officer Ship Crew
 2011 Tame (Short)
 2011/I The Restaurant (Short)
IRA guy in bar
 2006 The Departed
Man in Costello's Bar

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His father and Ellen Pompeo's mother were first cousins. See more »


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