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A prolific television actor, Bill Stevenson may lack a signature role, but he has appeared in a remarkable array of TV shows, ranging from "Murphy Brown" to "NYPD Blue" to "Desperate Housewives." Although Stevenson, sometimes credited as Billy Stevenson, initially landed a number of bit parts in major movies, including the dark Tom Hanks comedy "The 'Burbs" and Cameron Crowe's romantic teen dramedy "Say Anything," he subsequently shifted almost entirely to TV work. Among Stevenson's more familiar small-screen roles are Pete Fontaine, a recurring character on the 1990s sitcom "Suddenly Susan," and Lonnie on the 2009 offbeat workplace comedy series "Better Off Ted."

A prolific television actor, Bill Stevenson may lack a signature role, but he has appeared in a remarkable array of TV shows, ranging from "Murphy Brown" to "NYPD Blue" to "Desperate Housewives." Although Stevenson, sometimes credited as Billy Stevenson, initially landed a number of bit parts in major movies, including the dark Tom Hanks comedy "The 'Burbs" and Cameron Crowe's romantic teen dramedy "Say Anything," he subsequently shifted almost entirely to TV work. Among Stevenson's more familiar small-screen roles are Pete Fontaine, a recurring character on the 1990s sitcom "Suddenly Susan," and Lonnie on the 2009 offbeat workplace comedy series "Better Off Ted."

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 Blast From the Past (1999) Workman No 2
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 Black Cat Run (1998) Deputy Teddy
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 Case For Life, A (1996) Demonstrator
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 Outbreak (1995) Biotest Guard
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 Last Seduction, The (1994) Mail Boy
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 Child's Play 2 (1990) Adam
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 Sleeping Car (1990) Kerry
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 'Burbs, The (1989) Ricky'S Friend
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 Say Anything (1989) Partier
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