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    Unhappy Is this Tobin Bell?

    It says on his official site under the timeline that he was uncredited in Tales of Ordinary Madness, but it omits his role. I found him in Tootsie as a waiter, with brown hair. Could he be the bar guy on the far right?

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    It could be him. I tried blowing up the pic, but lost definition in doing so, and became a complete blurred mess.

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    Like, so many people out there were trying to track this down. And it just...got delivered on a tweet. What the hell.






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    He has brown hair in The Verdict as well. He was in the court room seated near Bruce Willis. Tobin Bell was in an obscure movie with Jodie Foster named Svengali, but I could not see his face. He was a waiter near the end talking to Peter O'Toole. You can see him in Sophie's Choice with Meryl Streep, where he is in one shot near the end of the film. He is seen talking to a cop. He plays a reporter with a suit on, but he's hard to recognize. Apparently he was in Manhattan with Woody Allen, leaning on a wall.

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    Could he be the bar guy on the far right?
    A bit blurry, but his facial structure seems the same

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    He was also an extra in A Little Sex, King of Comedy, Modern Problems, Cruising and Six Weeks among others, according to his website. I've always enjoyed looking out for people in movies where they were cast as an extra prior to their days of fame, but it can be hard to identify people if there's no indication of where to look. People in crowds may be so younger looking than what we are used to seeing, their scene may have been cut, and they could be anywhere. It's like trying to find a needle in a haystack.

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