Phil Hartman

Actor · Writer · Executive Producer
IVA Star Rating : 72
Philip Edward Hartmann was a Canadian–American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and graphic designer. Born in Brantford, Ontario, Hartman and his family moved to the United States in 1958. After graduating from California State University, Northridge with a degree in graphic arts, he designed album covers for bands including Poco and America. read more

Philip Edward Hartmann was a Canadian–American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and graphic designer. Born in Brantford, Ontario, Hartman and his family moved to the United States in 1958. After graduating from California State University, Northridge with a degree in graphic arts, he designed album covers for bands including Poco and America. Hartman joined the comedy group the Groundlings in 1975 and there helped comedian Paul Reubens develop his character Pee-wee Herman. Hartman co-wrote the film Pee-wee's Big Adventure and made recurring appearances as Captain Carl on Reubens's show Pee-wee's Playhouse.

Birth Name

Phillip Edward Hartmann

Born

Friday, 24 September 1948

Died

Thursday, 28 May 1998

Actor Filmography

The Last Days of Phil Hartman Starring / Self (archive footage) 2019
The Eighties Himself (archive footage) 2016
Autopsy: The Last Hours of Self (archive footage) 2014
Celebrity Page Himself (archive footage), Self (archive footage) 2013
The Women of SNL Various (archive footage) 2010
The Tragic Side of Comedy Himself (archive footage) 2009
Saturday Night Live in the '80s: Lost & Found Himself (archive footage) 2005
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited) 2003
The Andy Dick Show Bill McNeal 2001
Saturday Night Live Christmas Himself / Santa / Mall Patron / Uncle Billy / Macey Manager (archive footage) 1999
(see additional filmography)

Actor Filmography

The Last Days of Phil Hartman Starring / Self (archive footage) 2019
The Eighties Himself (archive footage) 2016
Autopsy: The Last Hours of Self (archive footage) 2014
Celebrity Page Himself (archive footage), Self (archive footage) 2013
The Women of SNL Various (archive footage) 2010
The Tragic Side of Comedy Himself (archive footage) 2009
Saturday Night Live in the '80s: Lost & Found Himself (archive footage) 2005
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited) 2003
The Andy Dick Show Bill McNeal 2001
Saturday Night Live Christmas Himself / Santa / Mall Patron / Uncle Billy / Macey Manager (archive footage) 1999
Buster & Chauncey's Silent Night Chauncey 1998
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dana Carvey Himself 1998
Small Soldiers Phil Fimple 1998
The Second Civil War The President 1997
Jingle All the Way Ted Maltin 1996
Night Stand Gunther 1996
Sgt. Bilko Maj. Colin Thorn 1996
The Dana Carvey Show Larry King 1996
3rd Rock from the Sun Phillip, Randy 1996
Stuart Saves His Family Announcer 1995
NewsRadio Bill McNeal 1995
Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Game Show Host 1995
Houseguest Gary Young 1995
The Crazysitter The Salesman 1994
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Special Edition Himself / Host 1994
The Pagemaster Tom Morgan (voice) 1994
Dennis Miller Live Himself 1994
Greedy Frank 1994
The Critic Adolph Hitmaker / Bernie Wasserman / Prof. Blowhard 1994
Late Night with Conan O'Brien Himself 1993
Animaniacs Dan Anchorman 1993
The John Larroquette Show Otto Friedling 1993
So I Married An Axe Murderer Ranger John 'Vicky' Johnson - Alcatraz Guide 1993
Coneheads Marlax 1993
CB4 Virgil Robinson 1993
Loaded Weapon 1 Comic Cop 1993
The Howard Stern Interview Himself 1992
Eek! The Cat Monkeynaut #1, Psycho Bunny 1992
The Larry Sanders Show Phil Hartman 1992
HBO First Look Himself 1992
Fish Police Inspector C. Bass (voice) 1992
Darkwing Duck Paddywhack 1991
The Ren & Stimpy Show Announcer On Russian filmreel, Midget Clown 1991
The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda Additional Voices 1990
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (voice) 1990
Tiny Toon Adventures Octavius 1990
Captain Planet and the Planeteers Dimitri 1990
Gravedale High Billy Headstone (voice) 1990
Tom & Jerry Kids Show Calaboose Cal 1990
Bobby's World (voice) 1990
TaleSpin Ace London 1990
Parker Lewis Can't Lose Phil Diamond 1990
Quick Change Hal Edison 1990
The Simpsons Troy McClure, Lionel Hutz, Troy McClure (voice), Lionel Hutz (voice), Lionel Hutz / Troy McClure, Troy McClure / Fat Tony, Troy McClure / Joey / Godfather / Lionel Hutz, Troy McClure / Lionel Hutz, Lyle Lanley (voice) (archive footage), Lyle Lanley, Man in Radio Commercial / Mobster / Troy McClure, Moses / Cable Guy / Mexican wrestling announcer / Congressman / Troy McClure, Plato (voice) / Lionel Hutz, Stockbroker / Horst, Tom / Nelson's Dad / Football Commentator / Tuesday Night Live Announcer, Troy McClure (voice) (archive sound), Troy McClure (voice) / Lionel Hutz, Troy McClure (voice) / Smooth Jimmy Apollo / 'Look at that stupid kid!', Bill Clinton (voice) (as Phil 'Brain-on-a-Stick' Hartman), Charlton Heston (voice), Commercial Announcer #2 / Lionel Hutz / Troy McClure, Duff Gardens Commercial Voice-Over / Lionel Hutz / Troy McClure, Evan Conover, Heavenly Voice / Lionel Hutz, Hospital Chairman / Lionel Hutz, Ice Cream Announcer, Lionel Hutz (voice) / Troy McClure 1989
Kiki's Delivery Service Jiji (voice: English version) 1989
How I Got Into College Bennedict, SAT Coach 1989
On the Television Various 1989
Fletch Lives Bly Manager 1989
Inside Edition Himself 1988
Empty Nest Tim Cornell 1988
Fantastic Max Additional Voices 1988
Amazon Women On The Moon Baseball Announcer (segment "Murray in Videoland") 1987
DuckTales Captain Frye 1987
Spaceballs Dink 1987
The Brave Little Toaster Hanging Lamp (voice) 1987
Blind Date Ted Davis 1987
¡Three Amigos! Sam (as Philip E. Hartmann) 1986
Jumpin' Jack Flash Fred (as Phil E. Hartmann) 1986
Dennis the Menace George Wilson, Henry Mitchell / George Wilson / Ruff (voice), Henry Mitchell / George Wilson / Ruff, Henry Mitchell 1986
Foofur (voice) 1986
Pee-wee's Playhouse Captain Carl 1986
Nightlife Himself 1986
Last Resort Jean-Michel 1986
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo Vaccu-Spook Auctioneer (voice) (as Philip Hartmann) 1985
Our Time 1985
Pee-wee's Big Adventure Reporter 1985
Pink Panther and Sons Additional Voices 1984
Challenge of the GoBots Hans Cuff, Professor Von Joy / Hans-Cuff / Staks, Professor Von Joy 1984
The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries Igor / Ghost of Dr. Van Helsing 1984
Weekend Pass Joe Chicago 1984
The Dukes Additional voices, Freddy Flenders / Reporter 1983
The Little Rascals Additional Voices 1982
Pandemonium Reporter 1982
The Smurfs Additional Voices 1981
The Pee Wee Herman Show Kap'n Karl 1981
Magnum, P.I. News Reader at the Beginning 1980
Skateboard Madness Narrator (voice) 1980
Cheech And Chong's Next Movie Chick Hazard Private Eye (Groundling) 1980
The Gong Show Movie Man at Airport with Gun (as Phil Hartmann) 1980
The Six O'Clock Follies 1980
Stunt Rock (as Phil Hartmann) 1978
Saturday Night Live Various, Various / Frankenstein, Announcer / Bill Franklin / Billy / Hicks / Craig W. Doyle / Michael, announcer / Himself / David Brinkley / waiter / client / Sergei Akmudov / Ted Johnson / Barbara Bush, Announcer / Spokesperson / Police Chief / Charlton Heston / Kenny Rogers / Mr. Bradbury, Bill Clinton / Gabriel García Márquez / Mr. Moore / Various, Burt Reynolds, Cable announcer / spokesperson / announcer / interrogator / pilot / Himself / Don, Charlton Heston, Chet Masters / Gil Madaman / Cashier / Donald Trump / Fay Vincent, Dr. Watson / Various, Ed McMahon / Steve / Singing Cowboy / Raymond, Hassan Qafuri-Fard / Michael / Charlston Heston / Don Keister / Red / Drunk father, Himself - Host / Charlton Heston / Frank Sinatra / Bobby Coultsman / Frankenstein / Keyrock, Himself / Announcer / Ted Kennedy, Himself / Benjamin Franklin / Nick Bakay Announcer, Jack Nicholson / Professor / Announcer / Guest / Co-Worker / General Lee / Host, Jack Nicholson / Singing Cowboy / Frankenstein's Monster / Teacher, James Bond, Jesus / President of Behemoth Computers / Announcer, Joseph Wapner / Announcer / Customer / Edward / Bill Franklin / Gymnast / Father, Kris Kristofferson, Mike / customer / Abraham Lincoln / announcer, Pat Buchanan / Mr. Chapman / Frank Sinatra / Announcer / Pan Am Spokesperson / Don Tattaglia, Perry White / Various, Pete Rose / Eugene / Clayton Dalton / dispatcher / Frankenstein / announcer, Pete / A.J. Tacks Clammer / Spokesperson / Announcer / Abraham Lincoln Statue / Arthur Hensen / Waiter, Phil Donahue / Jack Hadey / Dr. Jacob Hoffritz / Various, Ronald Reagan / Announcer / Jimmy 'The Greek' Snyder / Gregory / Captain / Alonzo, Ronald Reagan / Frank Sinatra / Announcer / Ted Kennedy / Superman / Mr. Dodson, Sargeant McCarthy / Mr. Haldrich / Announcer / Ted Kennedy / Burt Reynolds, Soldier (segment "Love Is a Dream") (archive footage), Spectator / Frank Gifford / Thomas Edison / Mr. MacEntire, spokesperson, Superman / Various, Technician / Steve / Director / Don Bingham / Godfrey, Thomas Foley / Chia Head Client / Mr. Chapman / John Walsh / Announcer, Trek Convention Announcer / Various Characters, Various / Albert Goldman, Various / Bill Clinton / Barney the Dinosaur / Burt Reynolds, Various / Bill Clinton / Obi-Wan Kenobi, Various / Bill Clinton, Various / Bob Packwood / Frank Sinatra / Charlton Heston, Various / Burt Reynolds / Jesus Christ, Various / Donald Trump, Various / Elton John, Various / Genghis Khan, Various / Jimmy Johnson, Various / Leland Palmer, Various / Liberace, Various / Michael Eisner, Various / Oliver Stone / Barbara Bush / Ed McMahon, Various / Oral Roberts / Jim Bakker, Various / Peter Graves, Various / Phil Donahue / Johnny O'Conner, Various / Ray Combs, Various / Ronald Reagan / Roger Ebert, Various / Ronald Reagan, Various / Russell Clark, Various / Saddam Hussein / Telly Savalas / Pat Buchanan / Jim Bowie, Various / Stanley Weisberg / Charlton Heston / Michael Eisner / Bill Clinton, Various / Susan, Various / Ted Kennedy / Frank Sinatra / Self - Host, Various / Ted, Various / Worf 1975
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Himself - Guest, Himself 1962
The Jetsons School Patrol Robots / Executive Vice President 1962

Producer Filmography

1998 Emmy Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
1994 Emmy Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program Nominated
1989 Emmy Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program Won
1987 Emmy Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program Nominated
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