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Born: July 8, 1944 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1998:
Cast as Sully the Farrelly brothers comedy "There's Something About Mary"
2004:
Cast in Guillermo del Toro's comic book adaption "Hellboy"
1979:
Appeared several times on ABC's "Three's Company"
2006:
Co-starred with John Lithgow on the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Twenty Good Years"
1976:
Made Broadway debut in Arthur Penn's "Sly Fox"
1983:
Played Michael Keaton's boss in the comedy "Mr. Mom"
2008:
Reprised role for "Hellboy II: The Golden Army"
2004:
Voiced King Neptune in "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie"
1987:
Cast in the short-lived ABC action-comedy series "Max Headroom"
1991:
Co-starred in Mel Brooks' "Life Stinks"
2000:
Cast as Mayor Augustus Maywho in "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas"
1979:
Made feature film debut, playing Al Pacino's mentally unstable law partner in "And Justice for All"
1980:
Appeared in first TV miniseries, "Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story" (NBC)
1987:
Lent his voice to the syndicated children's series, "The New Adventures of Jonny Quest"
1999:
Cast in NBC's short-lived sitcom "Everything's Relative"
1979:
Played first role as a series regular on spin-off "The Ropers"
1998:
Played Dr. Fish in the Eddie Murphy comedy, "Doctor Dolittle"
1999:
Starred as Dr. Melvin Potts opposite Winona Ryder in "Girl, Interrupted"
2008:
Played a fictionalized version of himself in several episodes of HBO's "Entourage"
2009:
Appeared in the Todd Phillips comedy "The Hangover"
2010:
Lent his voice to the animated feature "Tangled"
2011:
Reprised role as Sid Garner in Todd Phillips' "The Hangover Part II"
2011:
Co-starred in family movie "Mr. Popper's Penguins"
2012:
Co-starred in crime drama "For the Love of Money"
2012:
Co-starred in futuristic thriller "Branded"
2013:
Reprised role of Sid for final time in "The Hangover Part III"
2013:
Had recurring role as a judge on CBS legal series "The Good Wife"
2015:
Co-starred with Jack Black and James Marsden in buddy comedy "The D-Train"
2016:
Voiced a role in the animated comedy "Trolls"
2003:
Played dual role of twin brothers George Bluth Sr. and Oscar Bluth on the FOX sitcom, "Arrested Development"
1981:
Cast in the recurring role of Judge Alan Wachtel on NBC's police drama "Hill Street Blues"
1992:
Played announcer Hank Kingsley on the HBO comedy series, "The Larry Sanders Show"
2013:
Rejoined cast of rebooted "Arrested Development"
2014:
Starred as transgender woman Maura Pfefferman on Amazon series "Transparent"
2016:
Appeared alongside Oscar winners Ben Affleck and J.K. Simmons in the crime drama "The Accountant"

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