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Old 03/25/2004, 1:19 AM
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Default Phil on "Whose Line is It Anyway"

Phil is scheduled to be on the show TODAY

I just found this while looking through my tv listings.

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COMEDYP Mar 25 02:30pm Add to My Calendar
Series/Comedy, 30 Mins.

Episode #1007.
Greg Proops; Phil LaMarr; Colin Mochrie; Ryan Stiles.

Original Airdate: September 29, 1999.

I would rather sit here and accomplish nothing than accomplish something and be considered an inspiration and a role model simply because I use a wheelchair to get around.
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Old 03/03/2004, 3:08 PM
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Phil Lamarr provided the voice to Vamp in the best selling PS2 game "Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberity".

"Saddam Hussein was a threat. He was a threat because he had used weapons of mass destruction on his own people. He was a threat because he coddled terrorists. He was a threat because he funded suiciders. He was a threat to the region. He was a threat to the United States" --- Dubya

"And it's a different kind of war than we're used to. I explained part of the difference is the fact that the battlefield is now here at home. It's also a war where the enemy doesn't show up with airplanes that they own, or tanks or ships. These are suiciders" --- Dubya
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i also miss the hyper UPS guy

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Old 02/23/2004, 4:37 PM
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i think Phill LaMarr did a great Michael Jackson impression. better then Aries.

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Old 02/12/2004, 11:13 PM
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Originally posted by Mystere in this thread.
Phil LaMarr is back again as Static (Virgil Hawkins) in the cartoon Statick Shock airing 3:30pm weekdays on the WB.

As always, please look over the most recent episode guide here and let us know of any additions or corrections. Thank you.
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Old 02/07/2004, 5:05 AM
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Alumni Phil LaMarr spent five seasons on MADtv (1995 - 1999) as a featured cast member. A fan favorite (MADtv still receives e-mails requesting his return) Phil made famous a number of characters including the hyper-active UBS Guy and smooth talking Funky Walker Dirty Talker. Since leaving MADtv, Phil has lent his vocal talents to dozens of animated television series' including Grim and Evil as Hector Con Carne, Justice League as the Green Lantern, Futurama, Samurai Jack, Kim Possible, The Proud Family and King of the Hill to name only a few. Fans may not know, but Phil also played the role of "Marvin" in the film Pulp Fiction (if the character name doesn't ring a bell, he's the guy that gets his head blown off in the back of the car) as well as "Woody" in the short lived 1983 television series Mister T.

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Old 01/20/2004, 2:26 AM
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He was on the original British version of Whose Line Is It Anyway near its end.

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Ladies and Gentlemen, another Groundling!!! I only mention this because they should still have his info up under alumni even though they refurbished the site.

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Old 01/15/2004, 8:16 PM
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Phil was born in 1967.
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Full Name: Phil LaMarr [news]
Date of Birth: January 24, 1967
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, CA
Height / Weight: <unknown> / <unknown>
Seasons on MADtv: 1-5 (1995 - 2000)

Recurring Characters:Celebrity Impressions:
  • Barry White
  • Ben Vereen
  • Bernard Shaw
  • Bill Maher
  • Bobby Brown
  • Brian Burke
  • Charlton Heston
  • Chris Rock
  • Chris Tucker
  • Clyde Reese-Davies
  • Colin Powell
  • Darryl Patterson
  • God
  • Howard McNear
  • Ice T
  • Jason Alexander
  • Johnny Cochran
  • Lee Cornwall
  • Lenny Green
  • Lenny Kravitz
  • LeVar Burton
  • Louis Farrakhan
  • Martin Lawrence
  • Michael Jackson
  • Morgan Freeman
  • Nat King Cole
  • Nestor Carbonell
  • Prince
  • Puff Daddy
  • Ray Charles
  • Rick James
  • Sammy Davis Jr.
  • Sammy Sosa
  • Sherman Hemsley
  • Sidney Poitier
  • Snoop Doggy Dogg
  • Spike Lee
  • Ted Lange
  • Tommy Davidson
  • Tupac Shakur
  • Vernon Jordan
Los Angeles native Phil LaMarr attended Harvard School in North Hollywood where he began performing in school plays. He landed his first professional acting job, when during one summer vacation, he won a spot on the NBC animated series "Mr. T."

Phil continued to Yale University where he studied English Literature and helped found the improvisational group The Purple Crayon. His passion for improvisation led him to further training in Chicago at The Second City and The Improv-Olympic under Del Close. A return to Los Angeles brought LaMarr a chance to work with The Groundlings, the award winning improvisational and sketch comedy group. In fact, he was a member of The Groundlings Main Company when the casting agents for a new late-night sketch comedy series came looking for him. Already making steady appearances on television shows including "Murphy Brown," "Wings," "Living Single," and "The George Carlin Show," Phil quickly became one of the most visible performers on "Mad TV."

Moving back to Los Angeles brought Phil back to voice-over work as well, as he soon landed regular roles on the animated series "Futurama," "The Weekenders," "Static Shock" "Samurai Jack" and "Justice League" as well as recurring roles on "King of the Hill," Buzz Lightyear of Star Command," "Family Guy," "Da Mob" and "The Proud Family." On the big screen, LaMarr has appeared as Marvin, the guy who gets his brains blown out in Pulp Fiction, as well as in the comedies Free Enterprise and Kill the Man. He will also appear in the upcoming films: Speaking of Sex with Bill Murray and Catherine O'Hara and Back by Midnight with Randy Quaid, Kirstie Alley and Rodney Dangerfield.

Where are they now?
As of Spring 2007, Phil currently lives in Los Angeles where he is doing various voice roles on both television and film.

Television - Starring Roles:Television - Guest Roles:Film - Starring Roles:Film - Supporting Roles:Other Credits:
  • Video Games: 50 Cent: Bulletproof, Condemned 2: Bloodshot, Daxter, Ground Control II: Operation Exodus, Jak II, Jak 3, Jak X: Combat Racing, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, Men of Valor, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, Quake 4, Spider-Man 3, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords, The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning, True Crime: New York City, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
Fun Facts:
  • Phil attended Yale University, where he was a member of the Purple Crayon of Yale improvisational comedy group.
  • Phil attended Harvard High School in North Hollywood, California, where he played the role of Humphrey Bogart in the production of "Play It Again, Sam".
Famous Catch-Phrases:
  • "The ladies love Rick." --Rick
Memorable Quotes:
  • <none at this time>
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