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      H. Jon Benjamin

      H. Jon Benjamin

      Highest Rated: 88% The Bob's Burgers Movie (2022)

      Lowest Rated: 50% Martin & Orloff (2002)

      Birthday: May 23, 1966

      Birthplace: Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

      With an immediately identifiable baritone voice and deadpan delivery, H. Jon Benjamin was a popular American comedian and prolific voice actor. Benjamin lent his vocal talents to several of the funniest and most critically-acclaimed animated shows of his era, including "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist" (Comedy Central 1995-99), "Home Movies" (UPN 1999, Adult Swim 2001-04), "Archer" (FX 2009- ) and "Bob's Burgers" (Fox 2011-). He was born Henry Jon Benjamin on May 23, 1966 in Worcester, Massachusetts. In 1990, Benjamin moved to Boston where he partnered with fellow comedians Sam Seder and David Cross on the fertile local comedy scene. His first break in television came in 1995, when he partnered with fellow Bostonians Jonathan Katz and Tom Snyder for "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist." Each episode of "Dr. Katz" was "retroscripted," a process that allowed Katz, as the titular character, and Benjamin as his childish 24-year-old son Ben, to exercise their improv skills on tape before the best bits were selected to be animated in Snyder's trademark lo-fi "Squigglevision" format. While "Dr. Katz" remained a staple in Comedy Central's programming, Benjamin continued to expand his work in the entertainment industry, making his feature film debut in a small role in the Boston-set indie romantic comedy "Next Stop Wonderland" (1997). In 1999, Snyder and Benjamin teamed up again on the animated series "Home Movies." Created by Loren Bouchard and Brendon Small, "Home Movies" followed an eight-year-old named Brendon whose life was devoted to making his own movies; Benjamin provided the voices of both Brendon's dreamy and easily-distracted best friend Jason and John McGuirk, Brendon's alcoholic and temperamental soccer coach. Although the series debuted in the UPN Network, "Home Movies" found a more suitable home when it was picked up by Adult Swim in 2001. During this era, Benjamin scored his best-known film role, a voiceover part as a talking can of vegetables in the cult comedy "Wet Hot American Summer" (2001). Benjamin continued working regularly in animation and sketch comedy shows until 2009, when he was cast in his first starring role in the spy parody "Archer," playing suave and hedonistic secret agent Sterling Archer, whose preening ego frequently gets in the way of his missions. After starring in and producing his own sketch comedy series, "Jon Benjamin Has A Van" (Comedy Central 2010), Benjamin reunited with Bouchard for "Bob's Burgers." Playing easily exasperated diner owner Bob Belcher, Benjamin found himself in his most high-profile role yet in a series that slowly moved from cult favorite to mainstream success. In 2015, Benjamin appeared in the prequel series "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp" (Netflix 2015), reprising his role as the can of vegetables and appearing in a minor onscreen role.

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      Next Stop Wonderland
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      Martin & Orloff




      88% 89% The Bob's Burgers Movie Bob Belcher/Jimmy Jr./Ms. LaBonz/Speedo Guy/Kuchi Kopi/Ms. LaBonz/Additional Voices (Voice) $31.9M 2022
      No Score Yet 38% Jason Nash Is Married Unknown (Character) - 2014
      No Score Yet No Score Yet A Bad Situationist Isaiah (Character) - 2008
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Temptation Kevin (Character) - 2003
      50% 74% Martin & Orloff Unknown (Character) $34.2K 2002
      73% 74% Next Stop Wonderland Eric (Character) $3.4M 1998
      No Score Yet 38% Who's the Caboose? Ken Fold (Character) - 1998


      No Score Yet 88% Bob's Burgers Bob Belcher/Firefighter/Julianne (Voice) 2011-2023
      90% 86% Archer Sterling Archer (Voice) 2010-2022
      No Score Yet 59% Late Night With Seth Meyers Guest 2020
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Who Was? Show Unknown (Character),
      No Score Yet 49% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Guest 2017-2018
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Wet Hot American Summer - Ten Years Later Can of Vegetables (Character) 2017
      No Score Yet 63% Family Guy Carl (Guest Voice) 2006-2008 2010-2015 2017
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Night Train With Wyatt Cenac Unknown (Character) 2016
      No Score Yet 80% Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Ben (Guest Star) 2014 2016
      94% 71% Master of None Unknown (Character) 2015
      80% 88% The Jim Gaffigan Show Kevin (Character) 2015
      No Score Yet 100% WordGirl Unknown (Voice) 2007-2015
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Larry King Now Guest 2015
      91% 90% Suburgatory Unknown (Guest Star) 2012
      No Score Yet 93% Ugly Americans Unknown (Character) 2012
      No Score Yet 66% Jon Benjamin Has a Van Unknown (Character),
      Executive Producer,
      No Score Yet 87% Conan Guest 2011
      No Score Yet 91% American Dad! Talking Cabbage (Guest Voice) 2011
      93% 89% Parks and Recreation Scott Braddock (Guest Star) 2009
      No Score Yet 98% Aqua Teen Hunger Force Unknown (Guest Star) 2009
      100% No Score Yet Assy McGee Unknown (Voice) 2006 2008
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil Satan / Special Father 1 (Voice),
      2005 2007
      No Score Yet No Score Yet O'Grady Iris (Voice) 2004-2006
      89% 89% Rescue Me Unknown (Guest Star) 2005
      100% 78% Home Movies Unknown (Voice),
      1999 2001-2004
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Space Ghost: Coast to Coast Guest 1999