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His film credits consist primarily of small roles in such films as ''Forces of Nature'', ''Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult'' (with [[Marc Alaimo]]), ''Home Alone'', ''She's Having a Baby'' (with [[William Windom]] and [[Wil Wheaton]]), and ''The Bear''. The exception to this is ''Somewhere in Time'', where he was featured in a larger role alongside {{w|Christopher Reeve}}, {{w|Jane Seymour (actress)|Jane Seymour}}, and {{film|6}} actor [[Christopher Plummer]].
 
His film credits consist primarily of small roles in such films as ''Forces of Nature'', ''Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult'' (with [[Marc Alaimo]]), ''Home Alone'', ''She's Having a Baby'' (with [[William Windom]] and [[Wil Wheaton]]), and ''The Bear''. The exception to this is ''Somewhere in Time'', where he was featured in a larger role alongside {{w|Christopher Reeve}}, {{w|Jane Seymour (actress)|Jane Seymour}}, and {{film|6}} actor [[Christopher Plummer]].
   
He had roles in two films with {{film|3}} actor [[Christopher Lloyd]]: ''Dennis the Menace'' (with [[Paul Winfield]]) and ''Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead'' (with [[Bill Cobbs]], [[Don Stark]], [[Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr.]], and [[Bill Bolender]]). Erwin also appeared in the HBO movie ''Menno's Mind'', starring [[Michael Dorn]], [[Robert Picardo]], and [[Corbin Bernsen]].
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He had roles in two films with {{film|3}} actor [[Christopher Lloyd]]: ''Dennis the Menace'' (with [[Paul Winfield]]) and ''Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead'' (with [[Bill Cobbs]], [[Don Stark]], [[Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr.]], and [[Bill Bolender]]). Irwin also appeared in the HBO movie ''Menno's Mind'', starring [[Michael Dorn]], [[Robert Picardo]], and [[Corbin Bernsen]].
   
 
Among his last known work were episodes of ''Monk'' (2003, with [[Jim Jansen]]), ''King of Queens'' (2004), ''Everwood'' (2004, with [[Michael Behrens]]), and ''My Name Is Earl'' (2006, with [[Larry Hankin]] and [[Arne Starr]]).
 
Among his last known work were episodes of ''Monk'' (2003, with [[Jim Jansen]]), ''King of Queens'' (2004), ''Everwood'' (2004, with [[Michael Behrens]]), and ''My Name Is Earl'' (2006, with [[Larry Hankin]] and [[Arne Starr]]).
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