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Also Known As: Edward Bunker Estate, Eddie Bunker Died: July 19, 2005
Born: Cause of Death: complications arising from surgery
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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 High Hopes (2006)
2.
 Longest Yard, The (2005) Cast
3.
 Cameleone (1996)
4.
 Somebody to Love (1994) Jimmy
5.
 Desperate Motive (1993)
6.
 Last Light (1993)
7.
 Best Of The Best II (1993) Spotlight Operator
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 Reservoir Dogs (1992)
10.
 Miracle Mile (1989) Nightwatchman
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Tony Scott ( 2006-02-28 )

Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever

An actor, writer and producer, Edward was at one time on the FBI's Most Wanted List. During his younger days he was prisoned in San Quentin and was the youngest inmate at that time. He was also friends with author James Ellroy (The Black Dahlia) and film director Michael Mann and served as a 'prison advisor' on the film "Heat" which starred Robert DeNiro. Bunker appeared in 23 films, most recently "The Longest Yard." He also appears in a film due out in 2006 entitled "Nice Guys" with Andy Dick, Edward Furlong and David Faustion. In addition, Edward authored a novel entitled "No Beast So Fierce," and also wrote "Education of a Felon: A Memoir."

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