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This article is about Fisher Stevens. For all uses of the same name, see disambiguation page: Fisher
Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)
Fisher Stevens
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Character(s) George Minkowski
 
Date of Birth November 27, 1963 (age 53)
 
Origin Chicago, IL, USA
 
IMDb profile


Fisher Stevens played the role of George Minkowski.

Background

  • Fisher Stevens played Chuck Fishman on the show Early Edition. The show was about a man, Gary Hobson, who "gets tomorrow's newspaper today." Hobson would try to prevent bad events mentioned in the next day's paper from happening.
  • Stevens was in the 1985 sci-fi film My Science Project, which dealt with other dimensions and time travel.
  • Stevens starred in Super Mario Bros., the film adaptation of the video game, which dealt with parallel dimensions.
  • Stevens played the character Benjamin in the movies Short Circuit and Short Circuit 2.
  • He played Eugene Belford/'The Plague'/Mr. Babbage in the movie Hackers.
  • He played Phoebe's boyfriend in Friends episode, "The one with the Boobies".[1]
  • He played Dr. Puttnam is the 2008 film Awake.
  • He appears in episode 408 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" as Lyle Korman, a reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer who is kidnapped by the gang after he gives Paddy's Bar a negative review.
  • Appears in a Nikon commercial with Ashton Kutcher. [source needed]
  • In 2010 Stevens won an Academy Award for producing Best Documentary Feature winner The Cove.
  • Fisher Stevens played Ben Jabituya in the 1986 film "Short Circuit", and says "Namaste" to the character Stephanie after meeting her for the first time.
  • He directed Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin, and Al Pacino in the 2012 movie Stand-Up Guys.[2]

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