Michael Buffer

Michael Buffer

Highest Rated: 47% Rumble (2021)

Lowest Rated: 37% You Don't Mess With the Zohan (2008)

Birthday: Nov 2, 1944

Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Michael Buffer was a big screen film actor known for powerful performances. Buffer worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Harlem Nights" (1989), "Homeboy" with Mickey Rourke (1988) and "Rocky V" (1990). He also contributed to "South Park" (Comedy Central, 1996-), "The Simpsons" (Fox, 1989-) and "Virtuosity" (1995) starring Denzel Washington. He kept working in film throughout the nineties and the early 2000s, starring in the Antonio Banderas comedic drama "Play It to the Bone" (1999), the David Arquette comedic sports movie "Ready to Rumble" (2000) and the David Spade comedy "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" (2003). He also appeared in "Against the Ropes" (2004). Recently, he tackled roles in the Snoop Dogg comedy "L.A. Riot Spectacular" (2006), the drama sequel "Rocky Balboa" (2006) with Sylvester Stallone and the Adam Sandler box office smash action-packed comedy "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" (2008). He also appeared in the John Cusack hit action picture "2012" (2009). Buffer also contributed music to the adaptation sequel "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" (2004) with Sarah Michelle Gellar. Buffer most recently appeared in the Michael B. Jordan blockbuster drama sequel "Creed" (2015).

Highest rated movies

You Don't Mess With the Zohan




47% 49% Rumble Stoker Announcer (Voice) - 2021
37% 45% You Don't Mess With the Zohan Walbridge (Character) $100.0M 2008


65% 82% Entourage Himself (Guest Star) 2005
No Score Yet 90% Las Vegas Unknown (Guest Star) 2004
No Score Yet No Score Yet Clerks: Uncensored Unknown (Guest Voice) 2000
No Score Yet 87% Mad About You Unknown (Guest Star) 1999
80% 87% South Park Ring Announcer (Guest Voice) 1998
85% 76% The Simpsons HImself (Guest Voice) 1996
No Score Yet 100% Weird Science Unknown (Guest Star) 1996
No Score Yet 43% MADtv Unknown (Guest Star) 1995