Partial Filmography

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  • "NewsRadio" (series); 1995-1998; Bill McNeal

  • "The Simpsons" (animated series); 1991-1998; various voices, but most often either actor Troy McClure, or attorney Lionel Hutz.

  • "Saturday Night Live" (series); 1986-1995; himself/multiple characters (probably best known for his Bill Clinton, Barbara Bush, and Frank Sinatra impressions; and as Cirroc, the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer). He also hosted SNL in 1996.

  • "Darkwing Duck" (animated series); 1991; voice of Paddywhack

  • "Tale Spin" (animated series); 1990; voice of Ace London

  • "Pee-wee's Playhouse" (series); 1987; Cap'n Carl


  • "Small Soldiers;" 1998; Phil Fimple (a tribute to him appears at the end)

  • "Jingle All the Way;" 1996; Ted Maltin

  • "Sgt. [Sergeant] Bilko;" 1996; Major Colin Thorn

  • "Stuart Saves His Family;" 1995; Announcer

  • "Houseguest;" 1995; Gary Young

  • "The Pagemaster;" 1994; voice of Tom Morgan

  • "Greedy;" 1994; Frank (one of my favorites)

  • "So I Married an Axe Murderer;" 1993; John 'Vicky' Johnson, Alcatraz Guide

  • "Coneheads;" 1993; Marlax

  • "CB4;" 1993; Virgil Robinson (candidate for City Council in Sacramento, California, where I grew up)

  • "National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1;" 1993; Officer Davis (one of the funniest scenes in the entire film - and that's saying a lot, because it's one of those Airplane!/Naked Gun/Hot Shots types)

  • "Quick Change;" 1990; Hal Edison

  • "Fletch Lives;" 1989; Bly Manager

  • "The Brave Little Toaster;" 1987; voices: Air Conditioner, Hanging Lamp

  • "Three Amigos!;" 1986; (credited as Philip E. Hartman); Sam

  • "Pee-wee's Big Adventure;" 1985; Reporter (toward the end at the drive-in theatre)