Buscemi, Steve Easter Egg - Not Featured on Credits

In "the wedding singer", Steve plays a drunk at the beggining and also sings at Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore's wedding at the end. He is however, not mentioned anywhere in the credits.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 02-29-2000
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Krashie writes:
This everything Steve has done: Final Fantasy: The Movie (2001) .... Voice 28 Days (2000) .... Cornell Animal Factory, The (2000) .... A.R. Hosspack Ghost World (2000) .... Bob Skeetes Big Daddy (1999) .... Homeless Guy Franky Goes to Hollywood (1999) .... Himself Impostors, The (1998) .... Happy Franks Louis & Frank (1998) ... aka Louis and Frank (1998) Armageddon (1998) .... Rockhound Big Lebowski, The (1998) .... Donny Wedding Singer, The (1998) (uncredited) .... David Veltri Divine Trash (1998) .... Himself (Interviewee) Real Blonde, The (1997) .... Nick Con Air (1997) .... Garland 'The Marietta Mangler' Greene Black Kites (1996) Escape from L.A. (1996) .... Map to the Stars Eddie ... aka John Carpenter's Escape from L.A. (1996) Search for One-eye Jimmy, The (1996) .... Ed Hoyt Kansas City (1996) .... Johnny Flynn Trees Lounge (1996) .... Tommy Fargo (1996) .... Carl Showalter Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995) .... Mister Shhh Desperado (1995) .... Buscemi Dead Man (1995) (uncredited) .... Bartender Billy Madison (1995) (uncredited) .... Danny McGrath Living in Oblivion (1995) .... Nick Reve Pulp Fiction (1994) .... Surly Buddy Holly Waiter Somebody to Love (1994) .... Mickey Last Outlaw, The (1994) (TV) .... Philo Airheads (1994) .... Rex Hudsucker Proxy, The (1994) .... Beatnik Barman Floundering (1994) .... Ned "Adventures of Pete & Pete, The" (1993) TV Series .... Mr. Hickle Rising Sun (1993) .... Willy "the Weasel" Wilhelm Ed and His Dead Mother (1993) .... Ed Chilton ... aka Bon Appetit, Mama (1993) (UK) Twenty Bucks (1993) .... Frank Reservoir Dogs (1992) .... Mr. Pink In the Soup (1992) .... Aldolpho Rollo ... aka In the Soup - Alles Kino (1992) (Germany) ... aka In the soup: en la sopa (1992) (Spain: dubbed version) CrissCross (1992) .... Louis ... aka Alone Together (1992) What Happened to Pete (1992) .... Stranger Who Do I Gotta Kill? (1992) ... aka Me and the Mob (1992) Barton Fink (1991) .... Chet Billy Bathgate (1991) .... Irving Zandalee (1991) .... OPP Man King of New York (1990) .... Test Tube Force of Circumstance (1990) Miller's Crossing (1990) .... Mink Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990) .... Bellingham Mystery Train (1989) .... Charlie "Lonesome Dove" (1989) (mini) TV Series .... Luke Bloodhounds of Broadway (1989) .... Whining Willie New York Stories (1989) .... Gregory Stark Slaves of New York (1989) .... Wilfredo Arena Brains (1988) Call Me (1988) .... Switchblade Heart of Midnight (1988) .... Eddy Vibes (1988) .... Fred Heart (1987) .... Nicky Kiss Daddy Goodnight (1987) Parting Glances (1986) .... Nick Coffee and Cigarettes II (1986) .... Waiter Film House Fever (1986) .... Tony No Picnic (1986) Sleepwalk (1986) .... Worker Tommy's (1985) .... Daniel
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Bosefus writes:
Actually, Steve Buscemi is credited. Not for playing the part of Dave Veltri, but for performing the song that Dave Veltri sings at the marriage of Robbie and Julia.
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FCfreak2003 writes:
Normally actors that do cameo roles aren't credited.
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Taz, sorry to bust your bubble, but Steve did NOT play the fast food delivery boy - that was played by Rob Schneider, who also worked with Sandler and Buscemi on SNL
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Swilester writes:
Sorry to burst the your bubbles, but Steve was never in Saturday Night Live, he starred as a host and that was it!
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lump writes:
Steve actually plays the homeless dude in big daddy
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MusicMan writes:
When was Steve a regular on SNL? Are these really eggs? I call them guest spots or co-staring.
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Turandot writes:
The movie where Steve Buscemi played a film director is "Living in Oblivion".
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Gate Keeper writes:
He also was in an episode of Tales from the Crypt. It was the episode where he was a photographer and he went to this village and picked up a chemical warfare disease. Steve then sent incense back to his girlfriend in the city which contained the virus. When his friend double crossed him (his friend always new about the virus) and tried to steal his girlfriend he also got it. There the episode ends and I think that this chemical virus then kills everyone.
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Steve was also in a movie called "Air Heads", with Adam Sandler & Brendon Fraiser.. They were a band called (The Lone Rangers) that were just trying to have there demo tape played on a local radio station.
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Topazwolf writes:
I think that Steve is in all of Adam Sandler's movies. All that I've seen anyway...
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Lita-2x writes:
Steve Buscemi and Adam Sandler are in alot of the same films most of the time its cameos but sometimes lead roles eg Airheads!
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Big_G_Funk writes:
What was the film he did where he played a film director? Most of it was in black and white and he had long hair. I saw it once and haven`t been able to get hold of it since. E.mail me if you know. Thank you
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Tazz writes:
Thanks i though he didnt look completely right i couldnt quite tell under that grease he had on...But notice how all the SNL guys stick together
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