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Lance Greene was born in Boston, Massachusetts and is the youngest of 10 children. Lance Greene spent a good deal of his career acting in New York city for just over 14 years. He worked on many Off Broadway productions including the critically acclaimed "God Willing" written by David McLaughlin. Lance had a supporting role and produced the award ... See full bio »

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R.I.P.D. R.I.P.D. Cop
(2013)
Shoots & Ladders Jason O'Malley
(2007)
(2010)
Frank the Bastard Eddie Gast
(2013)

Filmography

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 2013 Frank the Bastard
Eddie Gast
 2013 R.I.P.D.
R.I.P.D. Cop
 2010 The Company Men
Landry
 2007 Shoots & Ladders
Jason O'Malley
 2007 On Broadway
Billy O'Toole
 1998 Southie
Track Guy #1
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 2007 Shoots & Ladders (producer)
 2007 On Broadway (producer)
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 2007 Shoots & Ladders (co-director)
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 2007 Shoots & Ladders (written by)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

In the summer of 2003, he and his writing partner, Barry Wernick (II), produced, co-directed, and co-starred in their first feature length comedy, "Shoots & Ladders," with Christine Elise.

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Height:

6' (1.83 m)
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Friend and frequent co-star of Robert Wahlberg. The two appeared in the feature film Southie (1998), the play "Back to Before" and the short film "Downtown". Coincidentally, Southie (1998) and "Back to Before" were written by Dave McLaughlin.

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