Kevin Corrigan

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Kevin Corrigan
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Corrigan as Anton Pupkin on the set of The Mother of Invention
Born Kevin Fitzgerald Corrigan
(1969-03-27) March 27, 1969 (age 45)
The Bronx, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Berridge (m. 2001)
Children 1

Kevin Fitzgerald Corrigan (born March 27, 1969) is an American actor best known for his portrayal of "Uncle Eddie" on the sitcom Grounded For Life. He has appeared mostly in independent films and television since the 1990s. He played the role of best-friend Sal, against Patton Oswalt in the critically praised independent film, Big Fan, written and directed by Robert D. Siegel.

Life and career[edit]

Corrigan was born in The Bronx, New York to an Irish father and a Puerto Rican mother.[1] After studying at Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Corrigan made his film debut in 1989 in Lost Angels starring Donald Sutherland and Adam Horovitz. He also had a small role in Goodfellas as the younger brother of Henry Hill (Ray Liotta). After appearing in the film Billy Bathgate, Corrigan turned his attention towards small-budget films, starting with Zebrahead. During the independent film boom of the 1990s, he built a career playing quirky, unconventional characters in films such as True Romance, Living in Oblivion, Walking and Talking and Rhythm Thief. He made a rare appearance in a big-budget blockbuster film with a small role in Bad Boys. Corrigan made his television series debut as a cast member of the short-lived Rhea Perlman sitcom, Pearl. He also appeared in the music video for "Get Me" by the indie band Dinosaur Jr. in 1993.

Corrigan became well known for his role as the slacker Eddie Finnerty on the sitcom Grounded for Life which ran for five seasons. After the show's cancellation, he returned to appearing in smaller film projects with the exception of a role in Martin Scorsese's The Departed as the drug-dealing cousin of Leonardo DiCaprio's character. Since the success of that film, he began to appear more regularly in high-profile films. He had roles in the Judd Apatow-produced films Superbad as the violent owner of the house where Jonah Hill's and Michael Cera's characters attempt to steal alcohol and in Pineapple Express as one of the main villain's henchmen. He also appeared in Ridley Scott's American Gangster as an informant for Russell Crowe's character. Corrigan was also in the movie The Last Winter (2006), in which he played "Motor" a mechanic. In 2009 he was in the Oscar-winning short film The New Tenants.[2] In 2009, Corrigan guested in the science fiction drama Fringe as the mysterious character Sam Weiss. He played the role of Sal against Patton Oswalt in critically praised independent film, Big Fan written and directed by Robert D. Siegel. He also stars in the 2010 John Landis produced thriller film Some Guy Who Kills People,[3] which is directed by Jack Perez.[4]

In 2001, he married actress Elizabeth Berridge, whom he met on the set of an independent film, Broke Even. They have a daughter, Sadie Rose Corrigan.

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989 Lost Angels Gata
1990 Exorcist III, TheThe Exorcist III Altar Boy
1990 Men Don't Leave Mike
1990 Goodfellas Michael Hill
1991 One Good Cop Clifford
1991 Billy Bathgate Arnold
1991 Dead and Alive: The Race for Gus Farace Television film
1992 Zebrahead Dominic
1992 Jumpin' at the Boneyard Morty
1993 True Romance Marvin
1993 Saint of Fort Washington, TheThe Saint of Fort Washington Peter
1994 Dazed and Confused Bully
1994 Family Remains Max Short film
1994 American Standoff The Guy Short film
1994 Last Good Time, TheThe Last Good Time Frank
1994 Rhythm Thief Fuller
1995 Eviction Notice, AnAn Eviction Notice Short film
1995 Living in Oblivion Assistant Camera
1995 Bad Boys Elliot
1995 Kiss of Death Kid Selling Infinity
1995 Drunks Cam
1996 Bandwagon Wynn Knapp Gijón International Film Festival – Special Jury Award
1996 Walking and Talking Bill Nominated—Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male
1996 Pallbearer, TheThe Pallbearer A Pallbearer
1996 Trees Lounge Matthew
1996 Illtown Francis (Cisco)
1997 Kicked in the Head Redmond co-writer
1997 Revelation Short film
1997 SUBWAYStories: Tales from the Underground Writer Television film
Segment: "The Red Shoes"
1997 Henry Fool Warren
1998 Buffalo '66 Rocky the Goon Uncredited
1998 Slums of Beverly Hills Eliot Arenson
1998 Lulu on the Bridge Man with Gun
1998 Brown's Requiem Walter
1999 Roberta Jonathan Fishman
1999 Coming Soon Sid
1999 Love Bites Barrett Short film
1999 Detroit Rock City Beefy Jerk #1
2000 Steal This Movie! Jerry Rubin
2000 Broke Even Dot
2000 Chain of Fools Paulie
2001 Scotland, PA Anthony 'Banko' Banconi
2003 See Jane Run Frank
2003 Chelsea Walls Crutches
2003 American Saint Miles Hottonian
2003 Sick in the Head Television film
2003 When Zachary Beaver Came to Town Paulie Credited as Kevin Fitzgerald Corrigan
2004 Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie Paul Hauser Direct-to-video
2005 Lonesome Jim Tim
2005 Sexual Life Phil
2005 Break a Leg J.D.
2005 Honeymooners, TheThe Honeymooners Larry the Bus Driver Credited as Kevin Fitzgerald Corrigan
2006 Out There Derrick
2006 The Dog Problem Benny
2006 The Last Winter Motor Nominated—Gotham Award for Best Ensemble Cast
2006 The Departed Cousin Sean
2006 Delirious Ricco
2006 Feel Tony
2007 On the Road with Judas JJ Lask
2007 Goodbye Baby Randy
2007 Superbad Mark
2007 American Gangster Campizi
2008 Definitely, Maybe Simon
2008 RSO [Registered Sex Offender] Grabok
2008 Toe Tactic, TheThe Toe Tactic Hector Freegood
2008 Pineapple Express Budlofsky
2008 Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist Man at Port Authority
2009 Hit and Run Timothy Emser Direct-to-video
2009 Big Fan Sal
2009 2B Clayton Konroy
2009 Mother of Invention, TheThe Mother of Invention Anton Pupkin
2009 Harmony and Me Carlos
2009 Don't Look Up Davis
2010 Today's Special Stanton
2010 New Tenants, TheThe New Tenants Zelko Short film
2010 Please Give Don
2010 Circus Maximus Peter
2010 Unstoppable Inspector Scott Werner
2010 The Next Three Days Alex
2011 Some Guy Who Kills People Ken Boyd
2011 Moves: The Rise and Rise of the New Pornographers Dan Bejar
2011 The Chaperone Phillip Larue
2011 Brutal The Head
2012 Dictator, TheThe Dictator Slade
2012 Seven Psychopaths Dennis
2013 Life of Crime Ray
2014 Knight of Cups Gus Post-production
2014 Winter's Tale Romeo Tan
2015 Meadowland Filming

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1989 ABC Afterschool Special Erik "Taking a Stand" (Season 17: Episode 4)
1989 CBS Schoolbreak Special Gary "Flour Babies" (Season 7: Episode 2)
1989–90 Superboy Ranger/Security Guard "With This Ring, I Thee Kill" (Season 2: Episode 1)
"Superboy... Lost" (Season 3: Episode 11)
1996–97 Pearl Frankie Spivak/Franklin 'Frankie' Spivak 22 episodes
1998 Homicide: Life on the Street Carl Curtis "Fallen Heroes: Part 1" (Season 6: Episode 22)
2000 Freaks and Geeks Toby "Carded and Discarded" (Season 1: Episode 7)
2003 Hack Brad Pierson "A Dangerous Game" (Season 1: Episode 12)
2001–05 Grounded for Life Edwin "Eddie" Finnerty 91 episodes
Credited as Kevin Fitzgerald Corrigan (76 episodes)
2007 Black Donnellys, TheThe Black Donnellys Whitey 6 episodes
2009 Medium David Brewer "A Person of Interest" (Season 5: Episode 3)
2009 Law & Order Ronny Aldridge "Bailout" (Season 19: Episode 15)
2009 Damages Finn Garrity/Finn Garrety 4 episodes
2009 Californication Mike 'Zloz' Zlozowski "Slow Happy Boys" (Season 3: Episode 5)
2009 Mercy Gerard "Pulling the Goalie" (Season 1: Episode 4)
"Some of Us Have Been to the Desert" (Season 1: Episode 9)
2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Flossy "Ace" (Season 11: Episode 22)
2011 CSI: Miami Patrick Clarkson "About Face" (Season 9: Episode 18)
2010–14 Community Professor Sean Garrity "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" (Season 2: Episode 9)
"Competitive Wine Tasting" (Season 2: Episode 20)
"Introduction to Teaching" (Season 5: Episode 2)
2009–11 Fringe Sam Weiss 7 episodes
2012–13 The Mentalist Agent Bob Kirkland 7 episodes
2012–13 The Mob Doctor Titus Amato 3 episodes
2013 Men at Work Darryl Episode: "Weekend at PJ's"
2013 Necessary Roughness William Glass Episode: "Good Will Haunting"

Music videos[edit]

See also[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Hare, Kate (2001-02-24). "Donal Logue Is Grounded For Life". Lawrence Journal-World. Retrieved 2010-06-08. 
  2. ^ The New Tenants at IMDB
  3. ^ "First Casting for John Landis Produced 'Some Guy Who Kills People'!". BloodyDisgusting. 
  4. ^ "Director Jack Perez Talks Some Guy Who Kills People". DreadCentral. 

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