Dan Fogler

Dan Fogler

Highest Rated: 95% Becks (2018)

Lowest Rated: 5% Good Luck Chuck (2007)

Birthday: Oct 20, 1976

Birthplace: Not Available

With his heavyset, bug-eyed, and occasionally wild appearance, character actor Dan Fogler suggested a cross between Sam Kinison and Jack Black, but his inventive genius ranked him far higher, inviting frequent comparisons to the likes of John Belushi. Though Fogler would eventually gain recognition as a film star, he rocketed to fame not for his cinematic work but for a most unusual theatrical coup: his evocation of William Barfee, the slightly obnoxious, mucous-ridden, duck-walking braggart at the heart of the Broadway production The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. That show actually evolved from a series of improvisatory exercises cultivated during Fogler's tenure at Boston University (when it was entitled C-R-E-P-U-S-C-L-E) to an off-Broadway show to a white-hot Broadway production that deservedly netted Fogler the 2005 Tony Award for Best Actor.Of course, Hollywood stardom was not far off, and beginning in 2006 (with a small appearance in the Billy Bob Thornton comedy School for Scoundrels), Fogler did appear onscreen, to consistently enthusiastic notices. He also ascended with incredible rapidity from supporting parts to leads, and invariably chose interesting features, such as the silly sports comedy Balls of Fury (2007), with Fogler as a ping-pong player who must square off against maniacal arch-fiend Christopher Walken, and that same year's comedy The Marconi Brothers, in which Fogler and Brendan Sexton III play brothers who leave the family carpet business to videotape weddings for a living. He also signed on to voice one of the main characters in the 2008 animated feature Horton Hears a Who, adapted from the legendary Dr. Seuss children's book, as well voicing a character in the DreamWorks animated comedy Kung Fu Panda.


Highest Rated Movies



48% In Like Flynn Joel Schwartz 2019
36% Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Jacob Kowalski 2018
95% Becks Dave 2018
No Score Yet 30 Nights Actor 2018
No Score Yet Sex Guaranteed Carl 2017
74% Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Jacob Kowalski $234.1M 2016
64% Ava's Possessions JJ Samson 2016
No Score Yet The Guardian Brothers Actor 2016
No Score Yet Custody Actor 2016
26% Barely Lethal Mr. Drumm 2015
7% Don Peyote Screenwriter Director Warren Allman 2014
No Score Yet My Depression Actor 2014
19% Free Birds Governor Bradford $46.7M 2013
33% Hellbenders Actor 2013
67% Scenic Route Carter 2013
81% Europa Report Dr. Solokov $0.2M 2013
37% Mars Needs Moms Gribble $21.4M 2011
27% Take Me Home Tonight Barry Nathan $7M 2011
17% Love Happens Lane $23M 2009
48% Taking Woodstock Devon $7.4M 2009
No Score Yet Hysterical Psycho Screenwriter Executive Producer Director Actor 2009
32% Fanboys Hutch $0.8M 2008
87% Kung Fu Panda Zeng $215.4M 2008
79% Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! Councilman/Yummo Wickersham $154.4M 2008
No Score Yet The Marconi Bros. (The Wedding Bros.) Carmine Marconi 2008
5% Good Luck Chuck Stu $35.1M 2007
21% Balls of Fury Randy Daytona $32.9M 2007
26% School for Scoundrels Zack $17.8M 2006


No Score Yet The Goldbergs
Marvin Goldberg Marvin Uncle Marvin 2019
No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly
Guest 2018
No Score Yet The View
Guest 2016
36% Secrets and Lies
Dave Lindsey Dave Carlyle 2016
No Score Yet Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen
Guest 2016
94% The Good Wife
Nick Zubrovsky 2015
24% Black Box
Fred Baker 2014
92% Hannibal
No Score Yet Ugly Americans
Voice 2012
No Score Yet Man Up
Kenny Hayden 2011
21% Man Up!
Kenny Hayden 2011
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Guest 2009


Rodriguez says: I'm from the FBI.

Randy Daytona says: Whoa man. I didn't mean to kill that guy. How was I supposed to know he had a bad heart?

Rodriguez says: Hey. I'm not here for that. I thought that was part of the act. Until the paramedics came I was laughing my ass off.

Zeng says: Let go of me!

Barry Nathan says: It could be worse.

Matt Franklin says: I couldn't be any worse.

Matt Franklin says: It couldn't be any worse.

Milo says: What is going on?

Gribble says: Mars needs moms, so the aliens are stealing them from Earth to raise their own kids.