Nov. 14th, 1964
Paterson, New Jersey, USA
Patrick Warburton's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2014 - Mr. Peabody & Sherman
2009 - Rock Slyde
2009 - Made For Each Other
2008 - Space Chimps
2008 - Get Smart
2008 - Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control
2007 - Underdog
2007 - Bee Movie
2007 - I'll Believe You
2007 - Happily N'Ever After
2006 - Open Season
2006 - The Wild
2005 - Chicken Little
2005 - Sky High
2005 - Rebound
2005 - Hoodwinked
2004 - Home on the Range
2002 - Big Trouble
2002 - Men In Black II
2001 - Joe Somebody
2000 - The Dish
2000 - Scream 3
2000 - The Emperor's New Groove
1999 - The Woman Chaser
Guest TV Roles
Sheriff Stone (Voiced)
Rip Riley (Voiced)
Agent #2 (Voiced)
Joe Swanson (Voiced)
Cash Tankinson (Voiced)
Patrick Warburton appeared as David Puddy, Elaine's on-again, off-again boyfriend on the hit sitcom Seinfeld in 1995, and has since then steadily found his talents in ever-greater demand. With his squinty eyes and detective's voice, Warburton has become a humorous personality for all kinds of characters.
Warburton was born on November 14, 1964, in Paterson, NJ, and raised in Southern California. Patrick studied marine biology at Orange Coast College, where he met his wife, Cathi, before dropping out to pursue modeling and acting at age 19.
It was not until he appeared in the 1995 episode of 'Seinfeld' entitled "The Fusilli Jerry" that Warburton really started to attract attention. As Puddy, Jerry's lunkhead mechanic who spits out dialogue in macho spurts. Warburton quickly became a popular semi-regular, involved in a running joke about his frequent breakups and reconciliations with Elaine. He stayed with the show until it finished in 1998, and provided the voice for Superman in a series of commercials.
Warburton had then contributed his memorable voice to characters on the animated shows 'Family Guy', 'Hercules', and 'Buzz Lightyear of Star Command'. At this time as Warburton flexed his comic talents as a bodyguard in 'Scream 3', then toned them down as an American astronomer in 'Australia in The Dish'. His voice was again called upon, this time by Disney, for the role of a sorceress' thug assistant in 'The Emperor's New Groove'.
Warburton signed on as the star of the Fox sitcom The Tick, about a muscle-bound but dimwitted superhero in a blue costume, which premiered in the fall of 2001.
Warburton became an in demand voice actor working on a variety of projects including TV series like 'The Venture Brothers' and 'Family Guy', as well as movies such as 'Home on the Range', 'Chicken Little', 'The Wild', and 'Bee Movie'. In 2007 he started on a successful run with the sitcom Rules of Engagement, and in 2012 he appeared in Seth McFarland's directorial debut, Ted.
- 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.
- Is the namesake of the "Patrick Warburton Manliest Man Award" given by the Dallas, TX radio show "Pugs and Kelly" on 105.3 FM.
- Chosen for the title role on _"The Tick" (2001)_ (qv), 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.
- Son of 'Barbara Lord (I)' (qv).
- Studied marine biology at Orange Coast College, where he met his wife, Cathi.
- Was a model for Bugle Boy Clothes.
- Scene in _A Mighty Wind (2003)_ (qv) was cut and is in the deleted scenes on the DVD.
- 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.