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Born: July 21, 1957 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Tarzana, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1983:
Performed with Groundlings comedy troupe when they presented "Chick Hazard: Olympic Trials" at the Los Angeles Olympic Arts Festival
1984:
Made TV acting debut in a guest role on an episode of "The Paper Chase" (Showtime)
1985:
Landed recurring role on the CBS comedy "Foley Square"
1985:
Appeared as a regular performer on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)
1986:
Made his film acting debut in "The Last Resort"
1992:
Executive produced, created, and starred in "Please Watch the Jon Lovitz Special" (Fox)
1992:
Offered amusing turn as a baseball scout in "A League of Their Own"
1994:
Provided the voice for the animated sitcom "The Critic" (ABC, 1994; Fox, 1995)
1995:
Co-hosted the MTV Movie Awards with Courteney Cox
1996:
Cast in the lead role in the comedy "High School High"
1997:
Guest starred on NBC's "NewsRadio" before joining the show's final season as Max Louis, the news radio announcer
1998:
Made a cameo in fellow "SNL" alum Adam Sandler's comedy vehicle "The Wedding Singer"
2000:
Appeared in Woody Allen's comedy "Small Time Crooks"
2001:
Replaced Henry Winkler as one of the leads of the Neil Simon Broadway comedy "The Dinner Party"
2001:
Appeared as one of the contestants out to win $2 million in ensemble comedy "Rat Race"
2004:
Starred opposite Bette Midler in the remake of ''The Stepford Wives''
2005:
Played Leo Bloom's (Matthew Broderick) boss Mr. Marks in the movie musical "The Producers," based on the stage musical by Mel Brooks
2006:
Joined an ensemble cast for Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales"
2006:
Played an eccentric billionaire in the comedy "The Benchwarmers"
2007:
Signed a contract to appear at the Laugh Factory every Wednesday night for the rest of his life
2010:
Co-starred in "Casino Jack" with Kevin Spacey who portrayed Washington, D.C. lobbyist and businessman Jack Abramoff
2012:
Voiced Quasimodo in animated feature "Hotel Transylvania"; also starred Adam Sandler

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