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Phil LaMarr
Full name: Phillip LaMarr
Birth date: January 24, 1967
Birth place: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Actor
Voice actor
Education: Harvard-Westlake High School
Yale University
Website: Website

Phillip "Phil" LaMarr[1] (born January 24, 1967)[1] is an actor, comedian, imperssionist, and a voice actor for Regular Show who is well known for being one of the original cast members of Mad TV, Marvin in the film Pulp Fiction and as Samurai Jack in the animated series of the same name, among others.[2][3][4][5]

Early life

Phillip LaMarr was born in Los Angeles, California.[5] He attended Harvard-Westlake High School in North Hollywood and then attended Yale University, where he became a member of the comedy tropes Purple Crayon of Yale and The Groundlings to hone his improvisational skills.[5][4] He also acted as Humphrey Bogart in the play Play it Again, Sam.[3]


LaMarr has had an extensive voiceover resume, his most well known voices being the following: Hermes Conrad and his son Dwight on Futurama, Ollie Williams on Family Guy, Carver Descartes on The Weekenders, the title characters on Static Shock and Samurai Jack, Hector Con Carne on Evil Con Carne, Dracula on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Wilt and Jackie Khones on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.[4] His voice acting agency is Abrams Artists Agency.[6] LaMarr has also performed on Broadway, portraying Cowboy Curtis in a Broadway version of The Pee-wee Herman Show.[7] He also appeared on Whose Line is it Anyway?[8]

Voice credits

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Season 5

Season 6

Personal life

LaMarr has a comic book collection of both DC and Marvel.[4] LaMarr's favorite shows he has worked on are The Weekenders, Justice League, Evil Con Carne and Samurai Jack.[8] His favorite impression to do on Mad TV was Prince and his favorite sketch was The Greatest Action Story Ever Told.[8] LaMarr's favorite episode of Samurai Jack was the first one, part one of The Premiere Movie, The Beginning.[8] LaMarr's favorite television show that he is not involved in is Community.[8] He considers cartoon character Bugs Bunny, actor Sidney Poitier and comedian George Carlin his inspirations.[8] He resides in an undisclosed location.

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