Patrick Warburton, an American comedy actor, is also a voice artist. Seinfeld, The Tick, Less Than Perfect, and a few other shows have included him. Similarly, he received the New York VisionFest Outstanding Achievement Award for Acting Male in Maxwell Bright’s Civilization. Continue reading for more information.
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Warburton is the son of John Charles Warburton Jr., an orthopaedic surgeon, and Barbara Jeanne Gratz (an actress credited as Barbara Lord). He was raised in a “very religious” and “conservative” Catholic family in Huntington Beach, California, with his three sisters, Mary, Lara, and Megan.
He attended Saints Simon and Jude Catholic School. Later, he attended Servite High School in Anaheim, California, before transferring to Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach, California (in Newport Beach, California). He attended Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, to study marine biology before dropping out to pursue modelling and acting.
Patrick Warburton married Cathy Jennings, whom he had met in college, in 1991. Talon, Alexandra, Shane, and Gabriel are their three sons and one daughter. They live in California’s Santa Rosa Valley.
Warburton is a devout Christian who has stated that he is willing to turn off Family Guy “when it takes its religious humour too far,” deeming such instances “diminished returns.”
Patrick Warburton Career
The characteristic deep, booming voice and enormous frame of Patrick Warburton are frequently used in his acting roles. He rose to fame in the 1990s as David Puddy, Elaine Benes’ on-again, off-again boyfriend on Seinfeld. He had a tiny appearance in the 2002 film Men in Black II as J’s new partner, T, in the sitcom “Dave’s World.”
The Tick, a short-lived FOX series, starred Warburton in the lead role. He has repeatedly lambasted FOX for its handling of the show following its termination, claiming the network “apparently didn’t have a clue.” He worked on the Amazon streaming version of the series as a producer in 2016.
In the film 8 Simple Rules, he played Nick Sharp, and in 2003, he joined the cast of Less Than Perfect as anchorman Jeb Denton. He also played Rip Riley in the FX series Archer and Jeff Bingham in Rules of Engagement.
Patrick Warburton has voiced characters in various animated films and television shows, including Buzz Lightyear in Game Over, the Little Green Men in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, and Kronk in The Emperor’s New Groove, alongside David Spade, Eartha Kitt, and John Goodman. Spade and Warburton worked together on the CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement from 2007 to 2013 and Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser in 2015. For the direct-to-video sequel Kronk’s New Groove and the subsequent TV series The Emperor’s New School, Warburton resumed his role as Kronk. In the Disney Channel show Kim Possible, he played Steve Barkin.
Patrick Warburton also plays Brock Samson in The Venture Bros., as well as Joe Swanson on Fox’s Family Guy and Detective Cash in The Batman. Hoodwinked, Chicken Little, Bee Movie, and Open Season are computer-animated feature films in which he recorded voices. He voiced Lok in the Tak and the Power of Juju video game series, which he also reprised in the television series of the same name, as well as Flynn in the Skylanders franchise. In October 2015, he also voiced Commander Blaine H. Tate on the Comedy Central animated comedy Moonbeam City.
In 2005, Warburton won the Poker Royale Celebrities vs. the Pros event on GSN, taking home the $50,000 big prize. Seth & Alex’s (Almost Live) Comedy Show, hosted by Seth MacFarlane and Alex Borstein on Fox, featured him as the Wild West character Cal Johnson on November 8, 2009. He also played Sheriff Bronson Stone in the Cartoon Network series Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated and Bowser in CollegeHumor’s video “The Roast of Mario.”
On February 21, 2012, he appeared on the American version of Top Gear, where he defeated the previous record-holder Arlene Tur to set the “Big Star, Small Car” lap record.
Patrick Warburton and Carrie Preston starred in the 2016 NBC sitcom Crowded, in which they played parents who were set to enjoy their empty-nest years when their kids and their parents returned to live with them. It had a 13-episode first season.
In the “preboarding” video shown to guests at Soarin’ Around the World in Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, California and Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, Patrick Warburton reprises his role as the flight attendant, Patrick, who explains the ride’s requirements, as he did in the preboarding video of the predecessor ride, Soarin’ Over California. In the Star Tours: The Adventures Continue queue at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida, and Disneyland in Anaheim, California, he voiced the droid G2-4T.
In the Netflix comedic drama series A Series of Unfortunate Events, he played Lemony Snicket.
In the world of advertisements and advertising, Patrick Warburton is the voice of Superman in The Adventures of Seinfeld and Superman for American Express, as well as the voice of Carrier Corporation commercials for air conditioning and HVAC devices. He plays Lewis in the Horizon Air radio ad “Clark & Lewis Expedition.”
He portrayed a high-end computer in an Apple Inc. “Get a Mac” commercial in August 2009. In September 2011, he was named the spokesman for Honda’s “Good Reasons” ad campaign. In NAPA’s “Can of Know-How” commercial, he provides the voice. He starred in the National Car Rental advertisement “Be the Boss of You” in 2015. He is the voice of Souplantation, a California-based buffet-style restaurant chain’s current “Discover Fresh” radio ad campaign (known as Sweet Tomatoes in other markets).
In a series of radio advertisements for the national Smokey Bear campaign sponsored by the US Forest Service and the Ad Council, Warburton voices Ranger, a forest ranger.
Patrick Warburton appeared in Adam Corolla’s comedic miniseries Truth Yeller, which The Daily Wire produced in 2022.
Patrick Warburton was born on November 14, 1964. He is currently 59 years old.
Patrick Warburton Net Worth
Patrick Warburton’s net worth is believed to be more than $35 million. He made his money as a result of his outstanding acting and voice acting abilities in television movies and series.
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Even though Warburton has been in several live-action films and television shows, his voice is one of the most well-known in the industry.
Patrick has appeared in many animated films and television shows as a voice actor. He also appears regularly in some of the most well-known video games.
In addition, Warburton’s voice can be heard in a variety of TV commercials.
- In 2001, he was nominated for Online Film and Television Association Award – Best Voice-Over Performance for his role in The Emperor’s New Groove.
- In the same 2001, he was also nominated for Voice Acting in a Feature Production and an Annie Award for his performance in same The Emperor’s New Groove but he didn’t win any of them.
- In 2005, he won the New York VisionFest Outstanding Achievement Award Acting – Male for his role in The Civilization of Maxwell Bright.
- The Civilization of Maxwell Bright also made him the Best Actor at Boulder International Film Festival Award in 2006.
- And same The Civilization of Maxwell Bright got him Beverly Hills Film Festival Award for Best Male Performance in 2006.
- In 2007, 2008 and 2019, Annie Awards nominated him Best Voice Acting Award for his performances in The Emperor’s New School, Bee Movie and Skylanders Academy respectively.
- Daytime Emmy Award-nominated him as Outstanding Performer in a Preschool Animated Program in 2021 for his role in Elena of Avalor: Coronation Day