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  1. Phillip Orville "Phil" LaMarr (Los Ángeles, California, 24 de enero de 1967) es un actor, comediante, artista de voz, y guionista estadounidense. Ha tenido una extensa carrera como actor de voz, con importantes roles que abarcan las series animadas Justice League / Justice League Unlimited, Futurama, Samurai Jack, Static Shock y ...

  2. www.imdb.com › name › nm0482851Phil LaMarr - IMDb

    Phil LaMarr. Actor: Pulp Fiction. A Los Angeles native, Phil is a graduate of Harvard-Westlake School, Yale University and The Groundlings Theater and is perhaps best known as one of the original cast members of Mad TV (1995) and as Marvin in Pulp Fiction (1994).

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Phil_LaMarrPhil LaMarr - Wikipedia

    Phillip LaMarr (born January 24, 1967) is an American actor. He was one of the original featured cast members on the sketch comedy television series Mad TV, where he stayed for five seasons.

  4. www.phillamarr.comPhil LaMarr

    Phil LaMarr tries his hand at improvising the voices of 12 random cartoon characters that he has never seen before. Using similar techniques like he used for... Check out Phil's feature on GREAT BIG STORY! APPEARANCES. THE BLACK VERSION - part of the NETFLIX IS A JOKE FEST May 4th, 2024 9:45pm Dynasty Typewriter tickets.

  5. 24 de feb. de 2020 · 79K. 1.6M views 4 years ago. Phil LaMarr breaks down his most iconic character voices, including Hermes Conrad in ‘Futurama,’ Green Lantern in ‘Justice League,’ Ollie Williams in ‘Family Guy,’...

  6. Actor. Guion. Nacionalidad: Estados Unidos. Nacimiento: 24 de enero de 1967, Estados Unidos. Altura: 1,78 m. Enlaces: Conocido por. Estrenos recientes y próximos proyectos. 25/01/2024. Masters del Universo: Revolución (Serie de TV) 21/02/2024. Star Wars: La remesa mala (Serie de TV) Ahora en cines. Pulp Fiction. Principales premios personales.

  7. Phil LaMarr. Actor: Pulp Fiction. A Los Angeles native, Phil is a graduate of Harvard-Westlake School, Yale University and The Groundlings Theater and is perhaps best known as one of the original cast members of Mad TV (1995) and as Marvin in Pulp Fiction (1994).