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Born: October 23, 1959 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Downey, California, USA Profession: Music ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Halloween 2 (2009)
Michael Myers has returned home to sleepy Haddonfield, Illinois to take care of some unfinished family business. But the town's got an unlikely new hero - if she can stay alive long enough to stop him.
2.
Nerdcore Rising (2008)
Examines a new wave of hip-hop called nerdcore while following the godfather of the genre, MC Frontalot, on his first national tour. Frontalot and band interact with fans across the country: a special breed of loyal and super smart dorks who cannot seem to get enough of the Front, making nerdcore
3.
Derailroaded (2005)
A journey through the thunderstorms of the mind of paranoid-schizophrenic Larry "Wild Man" Fischer, following his discordant encounters in the music business.
4.
Desperation Blvd. (2000) as (Cameo Appearance)
A former child actress tries to revive her career as an adult.
5.
Safety Patrol (1998) as Jay Levy
Eleven-year-old Scout Bozell's dream is to join his new school's Safety Patrol Team, the Safeties, but he learns that the gang and its leader Kent focus on ways to bully money and possessions away from the fearful student body. The Safeties also have ties to Mrs. Day, the school's cafeteria lady and
6.
Nothing Sacred (1997)
Set in San Francisco, the tribulations of three long-time pals, all around 30-years-old, with each hitting some kind of personal impasse: Darin is the sensible, married one, although a job offer in Berlin and a plateau in his life with Natalie have him secretly looking for a way out; his tall, hunky
7.
Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994) as Himself
The intrepid, now-retired police Lt. Frank Drebin is drawn undercover after coming upon an unconscionable terrorist plot--all the while trying to ignite the hot-burning embers with his new wife, Jane Spencer-Drebin.
8.
Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell Of Fear, The (1991)
Pseudo-terrorists try to destroy the solar-energy resources of the United States.
9.
UHF (1989) as George Newman
After a local public station gets a new owner, the station becomes a hit with a mix of hilariously bizarre shows.
10.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) as Himself
A dumb cop tries to thwart a plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.
11.
Tapeheads (1988) as "Weird" Al
Comedy about a rock 'n' roll duo who find their musical roots.

Writer (feature film)

12.
UHF (1989) as Screenwriter
After a local public station gets a new owner, the station becomes a hit with a mix of hilariously bizarre shows.

Music (feature film)

13.
Yogi Bear (2010)
Jellystone Park has been losing business, so Mayor Brown has decided to shut it down and sell the land. Faced with the loss of their home, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo join forces with Ranger Smith to find a way to save the park from closing forever.
14.
Yogi Bear (2010)
Jellystone Park has been losing business, so Mayor Brown has decided to shut it down and sell the land. Faced with the loss of their home, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo join forces with Ranger Smith to find a way to save the park from closing forever.
15.
Pokemon: The Movie 2000 (2000) as Song Performer ("Polkamon")
Everyone is out to capture three rare birds that are known to release Luiga, a most powerful sea monster. It's up to Ash and his friends to make sure that trainer Collector Jirarudan doesn't get a hold of Luiga or else her evil power could destroy the world.
16.
UHF (1989) as Additional Lyrics
After a local public station gets a new owner, the station becomes a hit with a mix of hilariously bizarre shows.
17.
UHF (1989) as Song Performer ("Uhf" "Fun Zone" "Let Me Be Your Hog" "Spatula City" "Gandhi Ii")
After a local public station gets a new owner, the station becomes a hit with a mix of hilariously bizarre shows.
18.
UHF (1989) as Song ("Money For Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies" Parody); Songs
After a local public station gets a new owner, the station becomes a hit with a mix of hilariously bizarre shows.
19.
Transformers - The Movie (1986) as Song Performer ("Dare To Be Stupid")
The heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons are two factions of transforming robots who are fighting a war on the planet Cybertron. Further complicating matters is the giant planet Unicron, which can consume anything in its path. Unicron must be stopped and the Autobots possess the only thing that
20.
Transformers - The Movie (1986) as Song
The heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons are two factions of transforming robots who are fighting a war on the planet Cybertron. Further complicating matters is the giant planet Unicron, which can consume anything in its path. Unicron must be stopped and the Autobots possess the only thing that
21.
Johnny Dangerously (1984) as Song Performer ("Dangerously" "This Is The Life")
22.
Johnny Dangerously (1984) as Songs

Misc. Crew (feature film)

23.
Spy Hard (1996)
Fearless, sophisticated and debonair, Agent WD-40, a.k.a. Steele--Dick Steele, was The Agency's star spy until he left after his true love, a fellow agent, literally slipped through his fingers during a battle with the evil General Rancor, Steele's longtime nemesis. Steele is lured back to active service when he receives an urgent message from The Agency's Director. General Rancor, the megalomaniacal madman presumed dead after losing two limbs in an explosive altercation with Steele fifteen years earlier, is alive! He's mad as hell--armless--but still dangerous, and Steele is the only man who can get a leg up on him and stop his diabolical scheme for global power. Steele is joined in his pursuit of Rancor by the beautiful, mysterious Agent 3.14, and together they elude Rancor's henchmen, escape speeding vehicles, avoid booby traps and thwart kidnap attempts (and have time for a little dining and dancing) as they make their way to General Rancor's lair.
24.
Spy Hard (1996)
Fearless, sophisticated and debonair, Agent WD-40, a.k.a. Steele--Dick Steele, was The Agency's star spy until he left after his true love, a fellow agent, literally slipped through his fingers during a battle with the evil General Rancor, Steele's longtime nemesis. Steele is lured back to active service when he receives an urgent message from The Agency's Director. General Rancor, the megalomaniacal madman presumed dead after losing two limbs in an explosive altercation with Steele fifteen years earlier, is alive! He's mad as hell--armless--but still dangerous, and Steele is the only man who can get a leg up on him and stop his diabolical scheme for global power. Steele is joined in his pursuit of Rancor by the beautiful, mysterious Agent 3.14, and together they elude Rancor's henchmen, escape speeding vehicles, avoid booby traps and thwart kidnap attempts (and have time for a little dining and dancing) as they make their way to General Rancor's lair.

Cast (special)

25.
Snoop to the Extreme (2003) as Interviewee
A collected look at moments in the life of Snoop Dogg from various television appearances starting from his beginnings.
26.
Weird Al Presents: Al TV (2003)
Weird Al spins interviews with popular music celebrities (including Avril Lavigne) with his own personal flair and shares bits of his song parodies in support of his new album Poodle Hat.
27.
31st Annual American Music Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Jimmy Kimmel hosts the 31st annual American Music Awards which is held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California
28.
Hulk, The: MTV Movie Special (2003) as Interviewee
A look at the upcoming feature film The Hulk, including interviews with the people who made it as well as insight into the comic book that spawned it.
29.
Florence Henderson: Here's the Story (2001) as Interviewee
Profile of actress Florence Henderson, probably best known for her role as mom Carol Brady on the television series, "The Brady Bunch."
30.
Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, The (2000) as Voice
Pilot for an animated series. As Billy and Mandy wish Mr. Snuggles, Billy's 10-year-old hamster, a happy birthday, The Grim Reaper arrives to take the aged rodent back to the netherworld. Mandy strikes a deal with the Grim Reaper; if he wins, he can keep Mr. Snuggles; but if she wins, she and Billy
31.
Power of One: The Pokemon 2000 Movie Special, The (2000)
A look at the U.S. premiere of Pokemon The Movie 2000" in Los Angeles on July 15, 2000. Goes behind the scenes to the recording sessions and live performances of the music artists who contributed to the movie's soundtrack. Includes clips from the movie.
32.
My VH1 Music Awards (2000) as Presenter
Live coverage of an awards show produced in conjunction with VH1.com that salutes the best music of the year in a variety of categories, including artist, group, video, tour and music comeback. Winners chosen exclusively online by VH1 viewers and users.
33.
MTV's New Year's Eve Uncensored (2000) as Interviewee
Compilation of footage, musical performances and interviews from past New Year's Eve celebrations in New York's Times Square.
34.
"Weird Al" Yankovic -- Live! (1999)
Concert featuring "Weird Al" Yankovic and songs from his album "Running With Scissors."
35.
12th Annual American Comedy Awards (1998)
Presentation of the 12th Annual American Comedy Awards, honoring the nation's outstanding comedic talents in television, motion pictures and stand-up comedy.
36.
1997 Hollywood Christmas Parade, The (1997)
Live coverage of the 66th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade.
37.
1997 American Music Awards (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 24th annual American Music Awards.
38.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (1996)
Dick Clark rings in the new year from New York City and Los Angeles. Features performances by popular musicians and a retrospective of highlight clips from the past 25 years of telecasts.
39.
1996 Billboard Music Awards, The (1996)
Live coverage of the 1996 Billboard Music Awards from Las Vegas. Featuring the most popular musical acts of 1996 performing the hits that propelled them to fame.
40.
1996 American Music Awards (1996)
Presentation of the 23rd annual American Music Awards.
41.
"Weird Al" Yankovic: There's No Going Home (1996)
Parody of The Disney Channel's "Going Home" music series. Features "Weird Al" Yankovic in concert from Vancouver's Orpheum Theatre performing spoofs of many popular songs, Al travelling on the bus with his band and in their hotel room as well as tongue-in-cheek interviews with Al and his family.
42.
1994 American Music Awards (1994)
Presentation of the 21st annual American Music Awards.
43.
Living and Working in Space: The Countdown Has Begun (1993) as Giles Standish
A special demonstrating the importance to children of math and science in their future.
44.
Mathnet: Off the Record (1993) as Murray The Mouth
"Mathnet" detectives Pat Tuesday and George Frankly go undercover to investigate a record company sales scam.
45.
Hurricane Relief (1992)
Edited broadcast of a concert held in Miami, Florida, to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Andrew which hit Southern Florida in August 1992.
46.
All New Circus of the Stars & Side Show XVII, The (1992)
Celebrities with no prior experience perform circus feats.
47.
Just For Laughs: The Montreal International Comedy Festival (1990)
A live broadcast of the ninth annual "Just For Laughs" International Comedy Festival from Montreal. Featured in the special are well-known comedians from dozens of countries.
48.
1989 MTV Video Music Awards, The (1989)
Live broadcast of the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards. The sixth annual awards ceremony honors the music videos that have appeared on MTV.
49.
American Music Awards, The (1986)
A three-hour, live telecast from Los Angeles, London, Detroit, Tucson, and Hong Kong, featuring the thirteenth annual American Music Awards. Winners of awards in pop/rock, country, and soul/rhythm and blues will be announced, and more than seventy-five musical artists are expected to attend, includi
50.
Comic Relief (1986)
A live comedy special with numerous guest appearances (in person and in pre-recorded segments) by noted stars, as a benefit to help America's homeless. Viewers call an "800" number to make donations to the Comic Relief organization, a not-for-profit group.
51.
American Video Awards (1985) as Presenter
An award show honoring music videos. The categories include: Best Pop Video, Urban Contemporary Video, Country Video, Home Video, New Video Artist, and Best Performance by Female Artis, Male Artist and Group &/or Duo.
52.
Welcome to the Fun Zone (1984)
A variety show featuring a blend of comedy, music, and videos.

Writer (special)

53.
"Weird Al" Yankovic: There's No Going Home (1996) as Writer
Parody of The Disney Channel's "Going Home" music series. Features "Weird Al" Yankovic in concert from Vancouver's Orpheum Theatre performing spoofs of many popular songs, Al travelling on the bus with his band and in their hotel room as well as tongue-in-cheek interviews with Al and his family.

Music (special)

54.
Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, The (2000) as Song ("Put On Your Squid Hat")
Pilot for an animated series. As Billy and Mandy wish Mr. Snuggles, Billy's 10-year-old hamster, a happy birthday, The Grim Reaper arrives to take the aged rodent back to the netherworld. Mandy strikes a deal with the Grim Reaper; if he wins, he can keep Mr. Snuggles; but if she wins, she and Billy
55.
"Weird Al" Yankovic -- Live! (1999) as Song Performer ("Fat" "Smells Like Nirvana" "Amish Paradise" "The Saga Begins" "It'S All About The Pentiums")
Concert featuring "Weird Al" Yankovic and songs from his album "Running With Scissors."
56.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (1996) as Song Performer ("Gump" "Amish Paradise")
Dick Clark rings in the new year from New York City and Los Angeles. Features performances by popular musicians and a retrospective of highlight clips from the past 25 years of telecasts.

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