Hank Azaria Stagetrained as a serious actor, hank azaria performed in several dead-serious plays before moving to Los Angeles and trying his hand at stand-up comedy. http://www.nndb.com/people/584/000023515/
Extractions: Executive summary: Moe, Apu, and Comic Book Guy on The Simpsons Stage-trained as a serious actor, Hank Azaria performed in several dead-serious plays before moving to Los Angeles and trying his hand at stand-up comedy. Before The Simpsons The Simpsons , Azaria gives voice to Moe the bartender, Apu the Kwik-E-Mart owner, Police Chief Wiggum, Professor Frink, Dr. Nick Riviera, Comic Book Guy, Superintendent Chalmers, Disco Stu, the gap-toothed Cletus, Snake the recidivist, and several other citizens of Springfield. Since The Simpsons started, Azaria has become a familiar character actor. His other TV series include Herman's Head If Not For You Mad About You Imagine That , and Huff!
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MilkandCookies - Hank Azaria An American actor, director, comedian and voice artist. Best known as one of the main voice actors on The Simpsons. He performs the voices of Moe Szyslak, http://www.milkandcookies.com/tag/hankazaria/
Extractions: Menu Bar Menu Bar An American actor, director, comedian and voice artist. Best known as one of the main voice actors on The Simpsons. He performs the voices of Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and numerous other characters. More Tags Headline Tag: The Simpsons ... Comments: Hank Azaria Talks Simpsons The voice of Springfield discusses the origins of Comic Book Guy, Apu, and why "Star Trek's" George Takei may dislike him. Dec 6, 2007 12:17 PM Permanent Tag: Television Rating: ... Comments: Simpson Family Values An article in Vanity Fair about The Simpsons. The story starts with the showâs humble beginnings to its glorious present and is structured around the quotes from Conon OâBrien, Barry Dilly, Jim Brooks, Rupert Murdoch, Hank Azaria, Brad Bird and other major figures from the show. Jul 10, 2007 9:06 AM Tags: Hank Azaria George Takei Rupert Murdoch Conan O'Brien ... Video Clips Search Menu Tags On This Page Hank Azaria An American actor, director, comedian and voice artist. Best known as one of the main voice actors on The Simpsons. He performs the voices of Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and numerous other characters.
Extractions: By JACQUES STEINBERG Published: March 31, 2006 OLIVER PLATT caught his first glimpse of Hank Azaria in the drama department at Tufts University in the early 1980's. Skip to next paragraph Forum: Television "I clearly remember when Hank came loping into the Tufts Arena theater," said Mr. Platt, who was already established at the university when Mr. Azaria arrived as a freshman. "He was a kid from Queens. He had stonewashed jeans. He had the Reeboks with the puffy Velcro around the ankles." "It was like, 'Dee-DOO-dee-DOO,' " Mr. Platt recalled, trying, over a plate of miso-marinated black cod at Nobu in Manhattan on a recent night, to approximate the shambling background music that might accompany a nerd, as Mr. Azaria managed a cautious smile across the table. "Even then, he was a compendium of classic comedy routines. He had memorized every Steve Martin and George Carlin album." The two became fast friends, as Mr. Azaria went from watching, in awe, as Mr. Platt played Pozzo in a Tufts production of "Waiting for Godot" to acting alongside him in numerous shows. The most memorable was probably a production of "The Merchant of Venice" ("Oliver played Shylock; I played Salerio," Mr. Azaria said) in which the costumes consisted of little more than Speedos.