Tommy Lister, Age, Family, Net Worth, Wife, Movies, Music Video

Tom Lister real name, Thomas “Tiny” Lister Jr. is an American character actor and occasional proffesional wrestler born June 24, 1958 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. known for his roles as the neighborhood bully Deebo in the film Friday and its first sequel and as President Lindberg in The Fifth Element.

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 Tommy Lister

Tommy Lister real name, Thomas “Tiny” Lister Jr. is an American character actor and occasional proffesional wrestler born June 24, 1958 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. known for his roles as the neighborhood bully Deebo in the film Friday and its first sequel and as President Lindberg in The Fifth Element.

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He had two short professional wrestling stints, wrestling Hulk Hogan in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) after appearing as Zeus in the 1989 movie No Holds Barred and resuming the feud as Z-Gangsta in 1996 for World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He is blind in his right eye.

Tommy Lister Net Worth

Tommy  has a net worth of $100 thousand.

Tommy Lister Age

Tommy is 60 years old born 24 June 1958.

Tommy Lister Movies & TV Shows


  • Runaway Train (1985) – Jackson
  • Blue City (1986) – Tiny
  • Armed and Dangerous (1986) – Bruno (credited as Tom “Tiny” Lester)
  • 8 Million Ways to Die (1986) – Nose Guard
  • Wired To Kill (1986) – Thug
  • Beverly Hills Cop II (1987) – Orvis
  • Extreme Prejudice (1987) – Monday
  • Prison (1988) – Tiny
  • The Night Before (1988) – Bartender
  • No Holds Barred (1989) – Zeus
  • Think Big (1990) – ‘Z’
  • Homer and Eddie (1989) – Man in Bar with Gun
  • Talkin’ Dirty After Dark (1991) – Big
  • Trespass (1992) – Cletus
  • Universal Soldier (1992) – GR55
  • Posse (1993) – Obobo
  • The Meteor Man (1993) – Digit
  • Men of War (1994) – Blades
  • Don Juan DeMarco (1994) – Rocco Compton
  • Immortal Combat (1994) – Yanagi
  • The Set-Up (1995) – Leon
  • Friday (1995) – Deebo
  • Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead (1995) – House
  • A Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1996) Fighter at club
  • Street Corner Justice (1996) Angel Aikens (as ‘Tiny’ Lister Jr.)
  • Barb Wire (1996) Bouncer
  • Phat Beach (1996) – Tiny
  • The Fifth Element (1997) – President Lindberg
  • Jackie Brown (1997) – Winston
  • Gang Related (1997) – Cutlass Supreme
  • The Jamie Foxx Show (1997) – Adam
  • The Players Club (1998) – XL
  • I Got the Hook Up (1998) – T-Lay
  • The Magic Hour (1998) – Angry Audience Member[10]
  • Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999) – Prison Guard
  • Judgment Day (1999) – Brother Clarence
  • Circus (2000) – Moose
  • Next Friday (2000) – Deebo
  • Little Nicky (2000) – Cassius
  • The Wash (2001) – Bear
  • The Duo (2001) – Tiny Lister Jr.
  • Soulkeeper (2001) – Chad
  • Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) – Prisoner #2
  • Love Chronicles (2003) – Alfonso
  • Confidence (2003) – Harlin
  • Vegas Vampires (2003) – Andrew Johnson
  • Hellborn (2003) – Smithy
  • Full Clip (2004) – Boomiyay
  • Dracula 3000 (2004) – Humvee
  • El Padrino (2004) – T-Bone
  • Never Die Alone (2004) – Rockie
  • Hair Show (2004) – Agent Little
  • My Baby’s Daddy (2005) – Drive-By
  • Santa’s Slay (2005) – Gas Station Attendant
  • Who Made the Potatoe Salad? (2006) – Mr. Monster
  • One Night with the King (2006) – Hagai
  • Forbidden Fruits (2006) – Jade
  • Saul of the Mole Men (2007) – John Henry
  • Down aka Kilo – Put Your Locs On (2007) – Deebo
  • Bone Dry (2007)
  • The Dark Knight (2008) – Tattooed Prisoner (credited as Tommy Tiny Lister.)
  • Monster Ark (2008) – Sergeant Major Gentry
  • Новая Земля (Novaya Zemlya) Terra Nova (2008) – Sewing Dude
  • Miss B’s Hair Salon (2008) – Mr. Biggs
  • Super Capers (2009) – Sarge
  • Holy Water (2009) – SixPac
  • Fish Hooks (2010-2014) – Mr. Mussels
  • First Dog (2010) – Big Mic
  • Regular Show (2011) – Bobby
  • We The Party (2012) – No Shame
  • K-11 (2012) – Detroit
  • Heaven’s Door (2013)
  • White T (2013) – Mad Rapper
  • The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) (2014) – Inmate #178
  • Death’s Door (2015) – Jomo
  • Zootopia (2016) – Finnick (voice role)
  • Hickey (2017) – Henry
  • Busy Day (2017) – Johnny Burns
  • Sunday Morning Rapture (2017) – Himself

TV Shows

  • 1st & Ten (1984) – Otis
  • Matlock (1986) (3 episodes)
  • Perfect Strangers (1987)
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990) – (TV Episode 1991) – Tiny
  • Step by Step (1991) “Where Have You Gone Joe DiMaggio” (TV Episode 1995) – Security Guard
  • Renegade (1992): “The Champ” (TV Episode 1993) – Marvin Montgomery
  • Walker, Texas Ranger (1993) Hicks (credited as “Tiny” Lister Jr.)
  • Martin (1996) – Apollo
  • Moesha (1996) – Bouncer (1 episode)
  • Comedy Bang! Bang! (2015) – Major Aikens
  • Nick Cannon Presents: Wild n’ Out (2016) – Himself
  • The Cleveland Show (1 Episode)
  • Fish Hooks – Mr. Mussels
  • Broken Arrow 1 & 2 (2001) – Klaang (Klingon warrior)

Tommy Lister Height

Tommy is 1.96 m tall.

Tommy Lister Eyes

Tommy Lister Eyes

Tommy Lister Zootopia

Zootopia, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures, is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated buddy cop comedy. It’s the 55th feature film animated by Disney. It was directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, co-directedby Jared Bush, and stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba, Jenny Slate, Nate Torrence, Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Tommy Chong, J. K. Simmons, Octavia Spencer, Alan Tudyk, and Shakira. It details the unlikely partnership between a rabbit police officer and a red fox con artist, as they reveal a conspiracy involving the disappearance of a mammalian metropolis ‘ wild predator inhabitants.

Tommy Lister Friday

Friday is a stoner American film directed by F in 1995. Gary Gray’s debut as a director. It stars Ice Cube and Chris Tucker, who co-wrote the movie with DJ Pooh. The movie details about 16 hours in the lives of unemployed Craig Jones (Cube) and Smokey (Tucker), who have to pay $200 by 10:00 p.m. to a drug dealer.

Tommy Lister The Dark Knight | Tommy Lister Batman

The Dark Knight is a superhero film directed, co-producedand co-authoredby Christopher Nolan in 2008. The film is the second installment of Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy, based on the DC Comics character Batman, and a sequel to the 2005 Batman Begins, featuring an ensemble cast including Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Heath Ledger, Gary Oldman, Aaron Eckhart, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Morgan Freeman. In the film, Bruce Wayne / Batman (Bale), Police Lieutenant James Gordon (Oldman) and District Attorney Harvey Dent (Eckhart) form an alliance in Gotham City to dismantle organized crime, but are threatened by an anarchist mastermind known as the Joker (Ledger) who seeks to undermine the influence of Batman.

Tommy Lister Family

Tommy is the son to Tommy Lister, father, and Mildred Faye Lister.

Tommy Lister Interview

Tommy Lister Death | Tommy Lister Cause Of Death

Tommy is still alive as of 2019.

Tommy Lister Children

Tommy has a son called Thomas Duane Lister III.

Tommy Lister Music Video

Tommy Lister News

Friends, due to Bill and Ted 3 ramping up, and Kayleigh’s tweet last week about young Keanu in Parenthood, I’ve made a point of revisiting some of his earlier work in the past few days. And holy cats, I wish I hadn’t. Sometimes what’s in the past needs to stay there (except for Parenthood, which holds up pretty well.)

See, friends, there I was minding my own business last night, looking for something to watch, and I stumbled upon a 1988 movie called The Night Before starring Lori Laughlin and Keanu Reeves. That’s a perfect ’80s pairing if I ever saw one, and because I really love Back to the Beach, which will cover all manner of sins (you know the one I’m talking about) … except for this hot garbage pile. I honestly didn’t think it was possible to make a movie so racist, sexist, boring, and unforgivably dumb.

What is this movie about? Well, it’s told in a series of flashbacks, but Keanu is the science nerd of his Suburban LA high school (side note: yeah, right) and Aunt Becky is one of the most popular girls in school. She loses a bet with her friend, and as a result, is forced to go to prom with Keanu. Oh, no, say it ain’t so! You’re forced to go to prom with an objectively attractive man!

This is where it starts to go off the rails. After taking a wrong turn and getting off at a bad exit in LA, shenanigans happen and Keanu sells Aunt Becky to a pimp! Ha ha ha! Oh, wait. No, that’s really gross.

See, Keanu and Aunt Becky go to a seedy club (you know it’s seedy because the only white people there are dressed as New Wave punks, and everyone else is a person of color and for some reason Parliament-Funkadelic is playing a set so it clearly can’t be that seedy of a club. The ’80s were great, right?!) and after getting their credit card stolen by the big guy in Friday (Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister) who also drugs Keanu’s drink, because that’s definitely a thing that happens when suburban kids venture into the city—Keanu, incapacitated, hits on a lady, dances with Aunt Becky, insults the local gang lord/pimp Tito, and ultimately sells Aunt Becky to the local pimp.

Aunt Becky, whose father is a cop, lets the pimp know that, so he sells her to a white slave trader, who I’m pretty sure was Wolfman Jack, but IMDB will not confirm that. Yup.

Anyway, you’re probably asking yourself a few questions right now, which I will attempt to address.

I didn’t stop watching this horrible nightmare because I was morbidly fascinated with how much deeper this movie would dig itself into a hole while thinking it was being high-larious. Also, I was doing other things while this was on, and I kept having to rewind it to make sure that yes, that really just happened, and they are playing it with a totally straight face. Additionally, living in LA, there was a part of me that enjoyed looking at what LA and Skid Row looked like in the ’80s. LA is fairly antiseptic right now, and it was mildly interesting to see what it looked like then. Finally, and this was the big one, I’ve been rewatching Ghost Whisperer and I’m at the end of the first season with the plane crashing on Andrea, and that takes like four episodes to resolve, and I didn’t have that much time last night.