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'''Phil LaMarr''' is an actor and comedian, who ''[[Futurama]]'' fans know as the voice of [[Hermes Conrad]], the lovable Jamaican [[bureaucrat]]. A Yale graduate and a former member of Yale's improv comedy group {{w|Purple Crayon}}, he has an extensive list of credits in movies, TV, and games, as well as a number of voice-over acting roles.  He is perhaps most widely remembered as a cast member on the FOX sketch comedy series ''{{w|MADtv}}'' during the show's first five years, his role as the doomed Marvin in ''{{w|Pulp Fiction}}'', and the title role in the {{w|Cartoon Network}} series ''{{w|Samurai Jack}}''.  In addition, he is the voice of {{w|Ollie Williams}} and [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0482851/filmoseries#tt0182576 others] on the FOX sitcom ''[[Family Guy]]''.
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'''Phil LaMarr''' is an actor and comedian, who ''[[Futurama]]'' fans know as the [[voice actors|voice]] of [[Hermes Conrad]], the lovable Jamaican [[bureaucrat]]. A {{w|Yale University|Yale]] graduate and a former member of Yale's improv comedy group {{w|Purple Crayon}}, he has an extensive list of credits in movies, {{TV}}, and games, as well as a number of voice-over acting roles.  He is perhaps most widely remembered as a cast member on the [[Fox Broadcasting Company|FOX]] sketch comedy series ''{{w|MADtv}}'' during the show's first five years, his role as the doomed Marvin in ''{{w|Pulp Fiction}}'', and the title role in the {{w|Cartoon Network}} series ''{{w|Samurai Jack}}''.  In addition, he is the voice of {{w|Ollie Williams}} and [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0482851/filmoseries#tt0182576 others] on the FOX sitcom ''[[Family Guy]]''.
  
 
He provided voices for the ''[[Star Wars]]'' franchise as well, including {{sw|Gadon Thek}} and others in ''{{sw|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic}}'', {{sw|Riiken}} and others in ''{{sw|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords}}'' and {{sw|Phil_LaMarr#Star_Wars_voice_work|many voices}} in {{sw|Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV series)|the ''Star Wars: The Clone Wars'' TV series}}.   
 
He provided voices for the ''[[Star Wars]]'' franchise as well, including {{sw|Gadon Thek}} and others in ''{{sw|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic}}'', {{sw|Riiken}} and others in ''{{sw|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords}}'' and {{sw|Phil_LaMarr#Star_Wars_voice_work|many voices}} in {{sw|Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV series)|the ''Star Wars: The Clone Wars'' TV series}}.   
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*[[Billionaire Bot]]
*[[Dwight Conrad]] (when [[Bumper Robinson]] is unavailable)
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*[[Ethan "Bubblegum" Tate]]
 
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=== Trivia ===
 
=== Trivia ===
*LaMarr voiced [[George W. Bush]] (the 43rd [[president of the United States]]) in "[[All the Presidents' Heads]]" ([[episode]] 6ACV23), and [[Barack Obama]] (the 44th president of the United States) in "[[Cold Warriors]]" (episode 6ACV24).
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*LaMarr voiced [[George W. Bush]] (the 43rd [[president of the United States]]) in "[[All the Presidents' Heads]]" ([[episode]] 6ACV23), and [[Barack Obama]] (the 44th president of the [[United States]]) in "[[Cold Warriors]]" (episode 6ACV24).
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 23:35, 24 January 2014

Phil LaMarr
Phil LaMarr.jpg
ProfessionVoice actor
Born24 January, 1967
IMDB profilenm0482851
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Category of characters voiced by Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr is an actor and comedian, who Futurama fans know as the voice of Hermes Conrad, the lovable Jamaican bureaucrat. A {{w|Yale University|Yale]] graduate and a former member of Yale's improv comedy group Purple Crayon, he has an extensive list of credits in movies, TV, and games, as well as a number of voice-over acting roles. He is perhaps most widely remembered as a cast member on the FOX sketch comedy series MADtv during the show's first five years, his role as the doomed Marvin in Pulp Fiction, and the title role in the Cartoon Network series Samurai Jack. In addition, he is the voice of Ollie Williams and others on the FOX sitcom Family Guy.

He provided voices for the Star Wars franchise as well, including Gadon Thek and others in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Riiken and others in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords and many voices in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series.

Characters voiced

Major characters

(In order of appearance)

Notable minor characters

(In order of appearance)

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Trivia

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