July 30, 1970
|Residence||Collingswood, New Jersey|
Born and raised Jewish in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Fisher played high school football at Cherry Hill High School East. He played college football for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers and at Rowan University.
He has been in movies such as Invincible, The Longest Yard, and most recently appeared as Ruth's father in The Lovely Bones and as Muscle Guy in Going the Distance. Fisher has appeared on The Sopranos, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Throwdown with Bobby Flay. He appeared in the Body of Proof episode "Missing" in 2011, and in the Blue Bloods episode "Growing Boys" in 2013. In 2015, Fisher played Aaron Helzinger in the "Knock Knock" episode as well as the "Damned If You Do" episode of Gotham season 2. In 2016 he joined the cast of "Crossbreed" directed by Brandon Slagle which co-starred Vivica A. Fox as the first African-American female President in a feature film.
|1994||Molly & Gina||TV Assistant Director||as Bill Fisher|
|1995||Rent-a-Kid||Mr. Ashley||TV Movie|
|2005||The Longest Yard||Cafeteria Prisoner|
|2009||The Nail: The Story of Joey Nardone||Malone|
|2009||The Lovely Bones (film)||Mr. Connors|
|2010||A Buddy Story||Biker|
|2010||Going the Distance||Muscle Guy|
|2010||Gulliver's Travels||Construction Worker|
|2017||A Soldier's Last Thoughts (short film)||Sergeant Magik|
|2018||Detective Chinatown 2||Detective Strong Guy|
|2018||Crossbreed||Adam "Boss" Ryker"|
|TBA||Live to Tell||Lt. Michael "Lou" Koharski|
- Longsdorf, Amy. "Collingswood man gets screen time in 'Longest Yard'", Courier Post, May 27, 2005. Accessed March 10, 2011. "Collingswood resident Bill "Stink" Fisher can still recall the first time he saw 1974's 'The Longest Yard'."
- Bauwens, Erica. "A Big Stink", South Jersey Magazine, September 2016. Accessed January 2, 2018. "Bill 'Stink' Fisher’s nickname came from his childhood in Cherry Hill and just stuck.... I play a lot of bad guys. I’m this nice, Jewish kid from Cherry Hill and they make me a bad guy."
- "Phila. publisher is doing its bit for Alex's Lemonade.", Philadelphia Inquirer, May 19, 2005. "Bill 'Stink' Fisher of Collingswood, who played football at Cherry Hill High School East, as well as The University of Minnesota and Rowan University..."
- Scanlon, John. "For Stink Fisher, Crossbreed is the sweet smell of success", Courier-Post, May 24, 2018. Accessed October 28, 2018. "He played football at Cherry Hill High School East in the mid-1980s, then at the University of Minnesota, then at Rowan University in Glassboro, delaying his 1998 graduation as a psychology major for five years while chasing a pro football dream, almost realizing it as a 300-pound defensive end with the New York Jets in '93 — they cut him just before the season — and eventually playing for the Montreal Alouettes in Canada."
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