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REAL NAME: Patrick Warburton
NICKNAME: Patrick Warburton
DOB: 14 November 1964 (age 57 years), Paterson, New Jersey, United States
BIRTHPLACE: Paterson, New Jersey, United States
NATIONALITY: American
BIRTH SIGN: Scorpio
PROFESSION: Actor
FATHER: Barbara Lord
MOTHER: John Warburton
SIBLINGS:  Lara Warburton, Mary Warburton, Megan Warburton
SPOUSE / WIFE: NA
CHILDREN: Alexandra Catherine Warburton, Talon Patrick Warburton, Gabriel Warburton, Shane Warburton
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Patrick Warburton is an actor and voice actor from the United States. He is best known for his television roles as David Puddy in ‘Seinfeld,’ Jeff Bingham in ‘Rules of Engagement,’ Jeb Denton in ‘Less than Perfect,’ and Lemony Snicket in ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events.’ Warburton has provided his voice to a variety of TV shows and films as a voice artist, including Buzz Lightyear/Little Green Men in the series

Warburton has received a number of medals and honors for his many services to the entertainment industry. At the Boulder International Film Festival, the American actor and voice actor won the ‘Best Actor prize for his film ‘The Civilization of Maxwell Bright. He was also nominated for a ‘Beverly Hills Film Festival Award’ for his performance in the same film.

Patrick Warburton made his television debut in 1986 with the drama series ‘The Paper Chase’. He then appeared in the film ‘Scorchers’. He was then cast as Eric in the television series ‘Dave’s World’ in 1995. That same year, he began as David Puddy in the drama series ‘Seinfeld.’ Soon later, the actor landed a role in the film ‘American Strays’. He began voicing Joe Swanson in ‘Family Guy in 1999. Following that, Warburton voiced Little Green Men and Kronk in the television series ‘Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins’ and the film ‘The Emperor’s New Groove,’ respectively.

Between 2001 and 2010, he appeared in a variety of films and television episodes, including ‘Camouflage’, ‘Joe Somebody’, ‘Run Ronnie Run’, ‘Men in Black II’, ‘The Civilization of Maxwell Bright, ‘Rebound’, ‘Underdog’, ‘The Tick’, ‘Less than Perfect’, and ‘Rules of Engagement.


In 2016, the actor landed roles in the film ‘Better Watch Out’ and the television drama ‘Crowded’. He made his television debut the following year in the series ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events. Patrick John Warburton was born in Paterson, New Jersey, USA, on November 14, 1964, to John Charles Warburton Jr. and Barbara Jeanne Gratz.

He attended Saints Simon and Jude Catholic School with his three sisters, Lara, Mary, and Megan. Warburton attended Servite High School and Newport Harbor High School later in life. Following that, he attended Orange Coast College in California to study marine biology. He did, however, drop out of college in order to pursue a modeling and acting career. Warburton has been married to Cathy Jennings since 1991 and the couple has four children.

Many people are familiar with Patrick Warburton as “Puddy” on the hit NBC comedy “Seinfeld,” the laconic, mysterious, and eccentric Saab salesman and Elaine’s lover. Warburton co-starred in the hit CBS comedy “Rules of Engagement” for seven seasons alongside David Spade, Oliver Hudson, and Megyn Price.

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The show follows two couples and their single buddy as they navigate the complexities of dating, commitment, and marriage. He is currently slated to star in NBC’s newest sitcom, “Crowded,” which premieres Sunday, March 20th. The series centers on an empty nest couple (Warburton & Carrie Preston) who discover their adult daughters want to return home with them. Patrick also reprised his role as “Guy” in the international blockbuster comedy Ted and just wrapped production on the highly anticipated sequel Ted 2.

Warburton starred in the ABC sitcom “Less than Perfect” as “Jeb Denton,” an outspoken network anchorman, and in the smash show “NewsRadio” as “Johnny Johnson,” the station’s dishonest business rival. Warburton featured as the archenemy “Cad” in Disney’s live-action comedy Underdog, based on the 1964 animated television series. He is also possibly Hollywood’s busiest voiceover artist, best known for his portrayal of paraplegic and overzealous cop “Joe Swanson” on the smash comedy “Family Guy.”

Warburton starred as a cruel and self-destructive anti-hero struggling to save his soul in the independent film The Civilization of Maxwell Bright. Warburton earned Best Actor at the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the New York VisionFest, and the Boulder International Film Festival. Other awards include the Viewer’s Choice Award at the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the Special Jury Award at WorldFest Houston and the Florida Film Festival, the Grand Jury Prize at the Florida Film Festival, and David Beaird’s Vision Award at WorldFest Houston.

This festival classic is essentially a modern retelling of “Beauty and the Beast,” examining what happens when a modern Neanderthal is forced to live in close proximity to a gentle and loving lady. The Civilization of Maxwell Bright is written and directed by David Beaird and stars Jennifer Tilly, Marie Matiko, Simon Callow, and Eric Roberts.


Additionally, Warburton played opposite Fred Willard, Thomas Gibson, and Chris Elliott in the indie feature film I’ll Believe You, a comedy for young adults/teens about a search for a claimed alien living in a small town after a weird phone call is received on a radio broadcast. The film opened in 1,500 cinemas countrywide in April 2007, a remarkable feat for a modest independent picture.

Along with his animated features, Warburton voiced the popular animated series “Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated” and the animated movie Bee Movie, which starred Jerry Seinfeld, Renée Zellweger, Uma Thurman, and Oprah Winfrey. He voiced “Rip Smashenburn” on the UPN animated series “Game Over,” “Brock Samson” on the animated adult comedy “The Venture Brothers,” and “Mr. Barkin” on Disney Channel’s “Disney’s Kim Possible.”

He co-stars in the Sony animated feature Open Season alongside Ashton Kutcher and Martin Lawrence as Ian, “the ultimate alpha-male.” It was a box office smash in both normal cinemas and Imax 3-D, debuting at #1 and remaining there for the remainder of the week.

As the voice of the “Savior of the Universe” in Disney’s animated Saturday morning television series “Buzz Lightyear,” Warburton’s voice was featured on the big screen in the Disney animated feature films The Emperor’s New Groove, Kronk’s New Groove, and “The Emperor’s New School.”

Warburton began his television career as a regular on the CBS sitcom “Dave’s World” alongside Harry Anderson and Mesach Taylor. He later appeared as a guest performer on “Seinfeld” as the painted-faced New Jersey Devils’ fan and Jerry’s mechanic, before becoming one of the show’s funniest constants.

Warburton previously acted in The Woman Chaser, which won critical acclaim at the renowned New York Film Festival and Sundance Film Festival, as well as in The Dish, an Australian film about the first man on the moon, with Sam Neill. Warburton was directed by Barry Sonnenfeld in the Columbia TriStar half-hour comedy “The Tick,” which has maintained a sizable cult following since its DVD release. The show’s appeal to audiences grew as a result of its casual, adult-oriented comedy.

Along with the DVD, “The Tick” has issued action figures, t-shirts, and Quaker Oat Life cereal boxes featuring the “Tick” character. He also acted in Sonnenfeld’s feature films Big Trouble and Joe Somebody, as well as Scream 3 and Men in Black 2.

Patrick is a native Californian who lives in Ventura County with his wife Cathy and four children Talon, Alexandra (Lexie), Shane, and Gabriel. Patrick’s face lights up as he speaks of his children, whom he regards as the ultimate joy and love of his life. Patrick spends his limited spare time golfing or tennis, participating in activities with his children, and relaxing at his family’s cabin on the Rogue River in Oregon.

Warburton also conducts an annual charity golf competition, The Warburton a Celebrity Tournament, in Palm Springs, California to support St. Jude Children’s Hospital. In Fragonard, he endured what may be the longest flogging in film history (1987). He portrays a slave on a Caribbean island in the 17th century who is punished to 100 lashes across the back for disobedience to his master. The lashes are administered in a public area, are counted out by excited spectators, and take around 3 minutes and 50 seconds of screen time from start to finish.

A sequence from A Mighty Wind (2003) was edited and is included on the DVD’s deleted scenes. As the Seinfeld character “face Painter,” he dropped the puck to begin the game after the New Jersey Devils raised their 1995 Stanley Cup banner (1989).

Due to his stature, he was chosen for the title character in The Tick (2001), a short-lived live-action series. The producers were taken aback by the size of the “crater” he left on the couch upon his arrival to discuss the part. Appeared alongside Tim Allen in Big Trouble (2002). Both have performed the role of Buzz Lightyear.

Has twice lent his voice to an animated Superman: Once during an episode of Family Guy (1999), and again for Jerry Seinfeld’s American Express Seinfeld/Superman commercial series.

Patrick Warburton made his television debut in 1986 with the drama series ‘The Paper Chase’. He then appeared in the film ‘Scorchers’. He was then cast as Eric in the television series ‘Dave’s World’ in 1995. That same year, he began as David Puddy in the drama series ‘Seinfeld.’ Soon later, the actor landed a role in the film ‘American Strays’. He began voicing Joe Swanson in ‘Family Guy in 1999. Following that, Warburton voiced Little Green Men and Kronk in the television series ‘Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins’ and the film ‘The Emperor’s New Groove,’ respectively.

Between 2001 and 2010, he appeared in a variety of films and television episodes, including ‘Camouflage’, ‘Joe Somebody’, ‘Run Ronnie Run’, ‘Men in Black II’, ‘The Civilization of Maxwell Bright, ‘Rebound’, ‘Underdog’, ‘The Tick’, ‘Less than Perfect’, and ‘Rules of Engagement.


In 2016, the actor landed roles in the film ‘Better Watch Out’ and the television drama ‘Crowded’. He made his television debut the following year in the series ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events. Patrick John Warburton was born in Paterson, New Jersey, USA, on November 14, 1964, to John Charles Warburton Jr. and Barbara Jeanne Gratz.

The show follows two couples and their single buddy as they navigate the complexities of dating, commitment, and marriage. He is currently slated to star in NBC’s newest sitcom, “Crowded,” which premieres Sunday, March 20th. The series centers on an empty nest couple (Warburton & Carrie Preston) who discover their adult daughters want to return home with them. Patrick also reprised his role as “Guy” in the international blockbuster comedy Ted and just wrapped production on the highly anticipated sequel Ted 2.

Warburton starred in the ABC sitcom “Less than Perfect” as “Jeb Denton,” an outspoken network anchorman, and in the smash show “NewsRadio” as “Johnny Johnson,” the station’s dishonest business rival. Warburton featured as the archenemy “Cad” in Disney’s live-action comedy Underdog, based on the 1964 animated television series. He is also possibly Hollywood’s busiest voiceover artist, best known for his portrayal of paraplegic and overzealous cop “Joe Swanson” on the smash comedy “Family Guy.”

Warburton starred as a cruel and self-destructive anti-hero struggling to save his soul in the independent film The Civilization of Maxwell Bright. Warburton earned Best Actor at the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the New York VisionFest, and the Boulder International Film Festival. Other awards include the Viewer’s Choice Award at the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the Special Jury Award at WorldFest Houston and the Florida Film Festival, the Grand Jury Prize at the Florida Film Festival, and David Beaird’s Vision Award at WorldFest Houston.

This festival classic is essentially a modern retelling of “Beauty and the Beast,” examining what happens when a modern Neanderthal is forced to live in close proximity to a gentle and loving lady. The Civilization of Maxwell Bright is written and directed by David Beaird and stars Jennifer Tilly, Marie Matiko, Simon Callow, and Eric Roberts.

Additionally, Warburton played opposite Fred Willard, Thomas Gibson, and Chris Elliott in the indie feature film I’ll Believe You, a comedy for young adults/teens about a search for a claimed alien living in a small town after a weird phone call is received on a radio broadcast. The film opened in 1,500 cinemas countrywide in April 2007, a remarkable feat for a modest independent picture.

He attended Saints Simon and Jude Catholic School with his three sisters, Lara, Mary, and Megan. Warburton attended Servite High School and Newport Harbor High School later in life. Following that, he attended Orange Coast College in California to study marine biology. He did, however, drop out of college in order to pursue a modeling and acting career. Warburton has been married to Cathy Jennings since 1991 and the couple has four children.

Many people are familiar with Patrick Warburton as “Puddy” on the hit NBC comedy “Seinfeld,” the laconic, mysterious, and eccentric Saab salesman and Elaine’s lover. Warburton co-starred in the hit CBS comedy “Rules of Engagement” for seven seasons alongside David Spade, Oliver Hudson, and Megyn Price.

The show follows two couples and their single buddy as they navigate the complexities of dating, commitment, and marriage. He is currently slated to star in NBC’s newest sitcom, “Crowded,” which premieres Sunday, March 20th. The series centers on an empty nest couple (Warburton & Carrie Preston) who discover their adult daughters want to return home with them. Patrick also reprised his role as “Guy” in the international blockbuster comedy Ted and just wrapped production on the highly anticipated sequel Ted 2.

Warburton starred in the ABC sitcom “Less than Perfect” as “Jeb Denton,” an outspoken network anchorman, and in the smash show “NewsRadio” as “Johnny Johnson,” the station’s dishonest business rival. Warburton featured as the archenemy “Cad” in Disney’s live-action comedy Underdog, based on the 1964 animated television series. He is also possibly Hollywood’s busiest voiceover artist, best known for his portrayal of paraplegic and overzealous cop “Joe Swanson” on the smash comedy “Family Guy.”

He made his feature film debut as the lead character in 1999’s The Woman Chaser. He portrayed an eccentric used-car dealer who evolved into a would-be film director. The film was nominated for a Sundance Film Festival award in 2000. Is the namesake of the “Patrick Warburton Manliest Man Award” presented by the 105.3 FM radio show “Pugs and Kelly” in Dallas, Texas.

Warburton played an anti-hero who was cruel and self-destructive in the independent film The Civilization of Maxwell Bright. He was trying to save his soul and be kind to other people. Best Actor awards were given to Warburton at the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the New York VisionFest, and the Boulder International Film Festival, where he won. At the Beverly Hills Film Festival, the Viewer’s Choice Award was given out. At the WorldFest Houston and the Florida Film Festival, there was also a special jury award, as well as the Grand Jury Prize at the Florida Film Festival, and David Beaird’s Vision Award at the WorldFest Houston.

This is a modern version of “Beauty and the Beast.” It looks at what happens when a modern Neanderthal is forced to live near a gentle and loving woman. ‘The Civilization of Maxwell Bright’ is a movie written and directed by David Beaird. It stars Jennifer Tilly and Marie Matiko as well as Jennifer Tilly and Simon Callow.


This is not the only movie Warburton has done. He also played with Fred Willard and Thomas Gibson and Chris Elliott in the indie feature film I’ll Believe You, which is a comedy for young adults and teens about the search for an alien who claims to be living in a small town after receiving a weird phone call on the radio. In April 2007, the movie opened in 1,500 theatres across the country, which is a big deal for a small independent film.

She, Mary, and Megan were all in the same Catholic school as him. He went there with them. After he had grown up, Warburton went to Servite and Newport Harbor high schools. To learn more about marine biology, he went to Orange Coast College in California to go to school there. He did, however, drop out of college so that he could start modeling and acting business. Warburton has been married to Cathy Jennings since 1991, and they have four children together.

Many people know Patrick Warburton from the hit NBC show “Seinfeld,” where he played “Puddy,” the Saab salesman who was laconic, mysterious, and eccentric. He was also Elaine’s boyfriend. Actors David Spade, Oliver Hudson, and Megyn Price were all in the popular CBS show “Rules of Engagement” for seven seasons. Warburton was also in the show.

The show follows two couples and their friend who is still single as they deal with the difficulties of dating, commitment, and marriage. He is set to star in NBC’s new sitcom, “Crowded,” which premieres on Sunday, March 20th.  As “Guy” in the international hit movie Ted, Patrick also reprised his role. The sequel, Ted 2, has just finished filming.

It was a big hit: Warburton played “Jeb Denton,” an outspoken network anchorman in “LESS THAN PERFECT.” He also played “Johnny Johnson,” a dishonest business rival of the station. Warburton played “Cad” in Disney’s live-action comedy Underdog, which was based on the animated TV show of the same name that aired in 1964. “Joe Swanson,” the paraplegic and overzealous cop he played on the hit show “Family Guy,” is one of his best-known roles. He is also one of the busiest voice actors in Hollywood.

For his first film role, he played the main character in The Woman Chaser, which came out back in 1999, For his role in the movie he played an eccentric used-car dealer who wanted to be a film director. Sundance Film Festival nominated the film for an award in 2000, and it was up for one. The “Patrick Warburton Manliest Man Award” is named after him. It is given by the 105.3 FM radio show “Pugs and Kelly” in Dallas, Texas.

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