Bernie McInerney

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Bernie McInerney (born December 4, 1936) is an American character actor. He grew up in Delaware where his father was an auditor with the DuPont Company. McInerney came to acting at a young age, announcing the World Series defeat of the 1946 Boston Red Sox from his bicycle seat as he rode through his neighborhood. He thought he would become a sports announcer before he was "sucked into theatre, and then there was no turning back." He lives in Rutherford, New Jersey, with his second wife, Leilani (an opera singer), their son Danny, and their dog Buddy. Another son, Bernard, lives with his family in Virginia. His daughter, Kathleen, is an actress living with her daughter in New York. McInerney is "Irish, Catholic and a Red Sox fan", and all three have helped him as an actor by bringing him both "joy and suffering." Zharko's Doctor Weber, King of the Gypsies 1978; St. Paul Buyer, So Fine 1982; Johnson, Trading Places 1983; Dr. Neuman, The Natural 1984; Detective Tom Green, Invasion U.S.A. 1985; Walter, Suspect, 1987; Harland Fitzgerald, Masquerade 1988; Dr. Stuhlberg, The Mighty Quinn 1989; First policeman, See You in the Morning 1989; Dr.
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