Louis Lombardi

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Louis Lombardi
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Lombardi at the 24 Panel at the 2014 Chicago Entertainment Expo
Born (1968-01-17) January 17, 1968 (age 51)
OccupationActor
Years active1993–present

Louis Lombardi (born January 17, 1968) is an American actor.

Lombardi was born in The Bronx, New York City, the son of Louis Lombardi, Sr.[1] On television, Lombardi had a recurring role on The Sopranos as Agent Skip Lipari, and guest starred on such shows as Entourage, Heroes and CSI. He was a cast member of a 1990s revival of Fantasy Island and played Edgar Stiles on 24. He also played Stucky Fein in the short-lived television show Mob City.

He has had roles in films including Beer League, The Usual Suspects, Natural Born Killers, Suicide Kings, Beverly Hills Cop III, The Animal, Spider-Man 2, 3000 Miles to Graceland, The Crew, The Hot Chick, The Spirit, Battleship, and Jersey Boys. He also wrote and directed the film Dough Boys, released in 2008.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Amongst Friends Eddie
1993 The Making of '...And God Spoke' Teamster
1994 Beverly Hills Cop III Snake
1994 Natural Born Killers Deputy Sparky
1994 Ed Wood Rental House Manager
1995 The Usual Suspects Strausz
1995 The Immortals Mike
1997 Fathers' Day Matt
1997 Suicide Kings Mickey
1997 Looking for Lola Louie
1999 The Boss Lou
2000 The Crew Jimmy Whistles
2001 3000 Miles to Graceland Otto Sinclair
2001 The Animal Fatty
2002 Deuces Wild Philly Babe
2002 The Hot Chick Pole Cat Bar Patron
2002 Hitters Leoni
2003 Confidence Big Al
2003 Wonderland Slim Jim
2004 Spider-Man 2 Poker Player
2006 Beer League Police Chief Gugliamino
2008 Dough Boys
2008 The Spirit Pathos, etc.
2009 Tom Cool
2010 Chasing 3000 Short Order Cook
2011 Ronal the Barbarian The Oracle English version, Voice
2012 Battleship Bartender
2012 Any Day Now Mr. Blum
2013 How Sweet It Is Wally
2013 Runner Runner Archie
2013 2 Dead 2 Kill Amil Nitrate
2014 Jersey Boys Trulio
2016 Back in the Day Jerry Velvontie
2017 Landline Chaz
2019 Finding Steve McQueen Pauly Callahan

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