Birthday: December 23, 1943 Birth
Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Height: 5' 7"
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California native Harry Shearer was one of the busier child actors of the 1950s. He appeared in such films as The Robe (1953) (as the boy David) and Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (1953); he could be heard on such radio programs as Suspense, Lux Radio Theatre, and the Jack Benny Show; and among his many TV guest roles was the character who would evolve into Eddie Haskell in the 1955 Leave It to Beaver pilot. After attending U.C.L.A., Shearer flourished as a standup comedian and comedy writer. He was frequently employed on the writing staff for such TV laughspinners as Laverne and Shirley and America 2Night; he also worked both sides of the camera in the 1984 rockumentary parody This Is Spinal Tap, co-starring as rock idol Derek Smalls and co-writing the script with director Rob Reiner and fellow cast members Christopher Guest and Michael McKean. In league with another top satirist, Albert Brooks, Shearer concocted the screenplay for another faux documentary, 1979's Real Lampoon. During the 1984-1985 TV season, Shearer joined the Not Ready for Prime Time Players on NBC's Saturday Night Live. The soft-spoken, saturnine Harry Shearer has recently supplied his voice to the Fox Network cartoon series The Simpsons, and since 1992 he has hosted and co-written a weekly syndicated radio comedy potpourri, Le Show.
His middle name is Julius, which is also the first name of Dr Hibbert, a character for which he does the voice on "The Simpsons" (1989).
Appeared in This is Spinal Tap before being cast on The Simpsons. In the episode "The Otto Show," Bart and Milhouse go to a Spinal Tap concert. Shearer, as well as Michael McKean and Christopher Guest, all reprised their roles. This marked the only time on the show that a cast member reprised a film role for the series, and makes Shearer the only regular cast member to have done so.
Is the voice of the announcer for between-show trivia tidbits and network commercials on TV Land.
At 21 characters, he has the widest range of roles on the Simpsons including the maniacal Mr. Burns, local celebrity newsanchor Kent Brockman, and the Springfield God Squad Reverend Lovejoy and Ned Flanders
One of three Simpsons vocalists to guest star on the show 'Friends. The other two are Dan Castellaneta and Hank Azaria
Although he was the second actor to voice Mr. Burns, he was the first to utter the line "Smithers...release the hounds."
The only primary member of the cast of The Simpsons not to have won an Emmy Award for their performance.
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