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(TV Mini Series)
Greasy Mechanic (uncredited)
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Greg Williams / Greg / Mr. Williams
Starred in an industrial short, "The Fortune Teller", for Mercedes-Benz automobiles.
2 Interviews |
2 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
6' 4" (1.93 m)
Nealon, Kathleen M.
| Nealon, Emmett F.
Did You Know?
(2007, on Little Nicky) Well first of all, that was a great time. Any time you do an Adam Sandler film, it's kind of like a boys' club, because you're hanging out and there are guitars around, and basketballs and footballs and electric bikes and scooters and different people dropping by. I think Little Nicky was a divergence from the films he was used to doing, and he was taking a risk. I admire ...
Best known for his sketch characters "Subliminal Man" and the Schwarzenegger-like "Franz" partnered with Dana Carvey
's equally muscled "Hans". Their famous catchphrase was, "We want to pump YOU up!".