Signed a contract to appear at the Laugh Factory every Wednesday night for the rest of his life
Appeared as one of the contestants out to win $2 million in ensemble comedy "Rat Race"
Appeared in Woody Allen's comedy "Small Time Crooks"
Performed with Groundlings comedy troupe when they presented "Chick Hazard: Olympic Trials" at the Los Angeles Olympic Arts Festival
Played an eccentric billionaire in the comedy "The Benchwarmers"
Made his film acting debut in "The Last Resort"
Guest starred on NBC's "NewsRadio" before joining the show's final season as Max Louis, the news radio announcer
Offered amusing turn as a baseball scout in "A League of Their Own"
Landed recurring role on the CBS comedy "Foley Square"
Executive produced, created, and starred in "Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special" (Fox)
Played Leo Bloom's (Matthew Broderick) boss Mr. Marks in the movie musical "The Producers," based on the stage musical by Mel Brooks
Provided the voice for the animated sitcom "The Critic" (ABC, 1994; Fox, 1995)
Made TV acting debut in a guest role on an episode of "The Paper Chase" (Showtime)
Joined an ensemble cast for Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales"
Cast in the lead role in the comedy "High School High"
Replaced Henry Winkler as one of the leads of the Neil Simon Broadway comedy "The Dinner Party"
Starred opposite Bette Midler in the remake of ''The Stepford Wives''
Appeared as a regular performer on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)
Co-starred in "Casino Jack" with Kevin Spacey who portrayed Washington, D.C. lobbyist and businessman Jack Abramoff
Voiced Quasimodo in animated feature "Hotel Transylvania"; also starred Adam Sandler
Made a cameo in fellow "SNL" alum Adam Sandler's comedy vehicle "The Wedding Singer"
Co-hosted the MTV Movie Awards with Courteney Cox