Patrick Warburton filmography and biography
Date of birth: 14 November 1964, Paterson, New Jersey, USA
Patrick Warburton trivia
- Studied marine biology at Orange Coast College, where he met his wife, Cathi.
- Was a model for Bugle Boy Clothes.
- Son of Barbara Lord (I).
- Suffered through what may be the longest flogging in screen history in the 1987 movie, "Dragonard." He plays a slave on a 17th-century Caribbean island who's sentenced to 100 lashes across his back for insubordination to his master. The lashes are delivered in the public square, are counted out by enthusiastic spectators, and from start to finish consume about 3 minutes and 50 seconds of screen time.
- Scene in A Mighty Wind was cut and is in the deleted scenes on the DVD.
- Dropped the puck to start the game after the New Jersey Devils raised their 1995 Stanley Cup banner as the "face Painter" character from Seinfeld.
- Chosen for the title role on The Tick, the short-lived, live-action series due to his size. The producers were astonished by the size of the "crater" he left in the couch when he came in to discuss the role.
- Appeared in Big Trouble with Tim Allen (I). Both have voiced Buzz Lightyear.
- Has done the voice of an animated Superman twice: Once during an episode of Family Guy and again for Jerry Seinfeld's Seinfeld/Superman series of American Express commercials.
- The Woman Chaser was the first feature film in which he played the lead character. He portrayed the role of a eccentric used car salesman who became a wannabe movie director. The film was nominated for the 2000 Sundance Film Festival.
- Is the namesake of the "Patrick Warburton Manliest Man Award" given by the Dallas, TX radio show "Pugs and Kelly" on 105.3 FM.
- Attended Servite High School Class of 1982 in Anaheim, California.
- Father of Talon Patrick (b. 1992), Alexandra Catherine (b. 1994), Shane (b. 1998) and Gabriel (b. October 2000).