Reprised role of Franck in "Father of the Bride Part II"
Returned to Broadway as star of a revival of the musical "Little Me"; won Tony Award
Starred in the syndicated variety series "The Martin Short Show"
Brought his talk-show host alter ego Jiminy Glick to the big screen in the comedy "Jiminy Glick in La La Wood"
Made feature acting debut in "Lost and Found"
Joined the ensemble of "SCTV Comedy Network" during its fifth season as a writer-performer
Performed (also co-wrote) the autobiographical Broadway musical "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me"
Received raves for a scene-stealing uncredited performance as a smarmy agent in "The Big Picture"
Made American musical theater debut in Chicago production of Neil Simon's "The Goodbye Girl"
Announced deal with King World to star on own syndicated TV series
Cast in first romantic lead "Cross My Heart"
Performed in musicals and cabarets in Canada
Played Jack Frost in "The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause"
Made professional stage debut in Toronto production of "Godspell," co-starring Gilda Radner, Eugene Levy, Paul Shaffer, and Dave Thomas
Returned to features in "Get Over It"
Joined Toronto unit of Second City comedy troupe
Debuted on Broadway with "The Goodbye Girl"; received a Tony nomination
Landed first professional acting job, as a giant Visa card in a TV commercial
Lent his voice to the fantasy film "The Spiderwick Chronicles"
Met future Second City collaborator Dave Thomas in college
Offered another scene-stealing turn as the wedding planner Franck Eggelhoffer in the remake of "Father of the Bride"
Portrayed celebrity interviewer Jiminy Glick in the Comedy Central mock talk show "Primetime Glick"; earned an Emmy nomination (2003)
Starred on his own short-lived NBC sitcom "The Martin Short Show"
Made U.S. feature debut, co-starring in "Three Amigos!"
Voiced the character B.E.N in the Disney animated feature "Treasure Planet"
Joined the cast of FX's "Damages"; earned an Emmy (2010) nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
Appeared in a production of "Fortune and Men's Eyes"
Co-starred with Thomas in "Macbeth," with Short as Lennox and Thomas as Banquo
Created (also produced, wrote, and lent voice) the NBC Saturday morning cartoon "The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley"
Joined the cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live"
Starred (also wrote) in his own "Showtime Comedy Spotlight" special "Martin Short Concert for the North Americas"
Starred as a fairy godmother in the disappointing "A Simple Wish"
Landed U.S. debut as a TV regular on "The Associates," an acclaimed but short-lived ABC sitcom
Nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series
Guest starred on Showtime's "Weeds" and CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother"
Directorial debut, the Gilda Radner tribute special special "Friends of Gilda" (CBC)
Voiced character of Stefano in "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted"
Voiced Mr. Frankenstein and other characters in animated film "Frankenweenie," based on director Tim Burton's characters and story