Proctor, Phil 1940–

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Proctor, Phil 1940–

(Vinnie Gumba, Philip Proctor, Phillip Proctor, Firesign Theatre)

PERSONAL

Born July 28, 1940, in Goshen, IN; raised in New York, NY; married Barbro Semmingsen (a television producer; marriage ended); married another time (marriage ended); married Melinda Peterson (an actress); some sources cite other marriages; children: Kristin (an actress). Education: Yale University, graduated, 1962.

Addresses:

Agent—Cunningham, Escott & Dipene, 10635 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 130, Los Angeles, CA 90025.

Career:

Actor, voice performer, comedian, and writer. Firesign Theatre (comedy troupe), member of company, beginning in the 1960s. Antaeus Theatre Company, North Hollywood, CA, performer and director. Pyro Playhouse and More Sugar, founder. Also involved in the production of advertisements and industrial films. Host of awards presentations. Also known as Phillip Proctor.

Member:

Actors' Equity Association.

Awards, Honors:

Theatre World Award, 1964, for The Amorous Flea; Grammy Award nomination (with the Firesign Theatre), best comedy album, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, c. 1985, for Three Faces of Al; Grammy Award nomination (with the Firesign Theatre), best comedy album, 1999, for Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death; LA Weekly Award (with others), c. 2001, for The Man Who Had All the Luck; Grammy Award nomination (with the Firesign Theatre), best comedy album, c. 2002, for The Bride of Firesign; Gold World Medal (with the Firesign Theatre), best regularly scheduled comedy program, New York International Radio Festival, New York Festivals, 2002, for XM Comedy/Firesign Theatre Presents: Fools in Space; named best actor by the Los Angeles Free Press; 33rd Annual Minicon Science Fiction Convention, named the guest of honor; with the Firesign Theatre, honored guest at other events.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Turret gunner, The Thousand Plane Raid, United Artists, 1969.

Fred, A Safe Place, Columbia, 1971.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Martian Space Party (also known as The Firesign Theatre's "Martian Space Party" and The Martian Space Party), Asso Film, 1972.

Limb Ashauler, Martian voices, Sam Evans, Beaulah Bell, Nino the mindboggler, Bunny Crumbhunger, General Curtis Goatheart, and colonel, Everything You Know Is Wrong (also known as Firesign Theatre Sez "Everything You Know Is Wrong"), 1975.

Sonic Boom (short film), 1975.

Christian A. Broder, Tunnel Vision (also known as Tunnelvision), New Line Cinema, 1976.

Walter Concrete, Cracking Up, American International Pictures, 1977.

J-man Barton, J-Men Forever, International Harmony, 1979.

Prosecutor's voice, Human Experiments (also known as Beyond the Gate), 1980.

Voice, Below the Belt, Atlantic Releasing, 1980.

Voices of Rocky Rococo, Ma Yolk, and Dr. Dogg, Nick Danger in the Case of the Missing Yolk, LodesTone Media/More Sugar, 1983.

Art Fisher, Sam's Son, Invictus Entertainment, 1984.

Television voice, Stoogemania (also known as Party Stooge), Atlantic Releasing, 1985.

Mike, "Silly Pate," Amazon Women on the Moon (also known as Cheeseburger Film Sandwich), Universal, 1987.

Newscaster, Hostile Witness, 1988.

Hypnotist, Desired Effect, 1989.

Police chief, Robo-Chic (also known as Cyber-Chic and Robo-C.H.I.C.), Action International Pictures, 1989.

Randolph Whitlock, Night Life (also known as Campus Spirits and Grave Misdemeanours), RCA/Columbia, 1989.

Lou, Lobster Man from Mars, 1989, Electric Pictures, 1990.

Voice of French mouse, The Rescuers Down Under (animated), Buena Vista, 1990.

Voices of king and prince, Petronella (animated short film), Filmfair Communications, 1990.

Original Spin, 1993.

Voices, The Visitors, c. 1994.

Dubbed voices for Pavel and Mr. Marshal for English version, Un indien dans la ville (also known as An Indian in Paris, An Indian in the City, and Little Indian, Big City), Buena Vista, 1996, originally released by Canal+, 1994.

Axl, Bio-Dome, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996.

Voices of guards and citizens of Paris, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (animated), Buena Vista, 1996.

Voices, Fair Game, 1996.

Voices, Space Jam (live action and animated), Warner Bros., 1996.

Voice of Howard "Howie" DeVille, A Rugrats Vacation (animated), Paramount, 1997.

Voices of boat captain and Snowball the cat, Hercules (animated), Buena Vista, 1997.

Voices, Amistad, DreamWorks, 1997.

Voices, Wag the Dog (also known as Bite the Bullet), New Line Cinema, 1997.

Voice of drunk monkey, Doctor Dolittle (also known as Dr. Dolittle), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1998.

Voices of ants, grasshoppers, and a fly, A Bug's Life (animated), Buena Vista, 1998.

Voices of Howard "Howie" DeVille and Igor, The Rugrats Movie (animated; also known as Ipanat, Les razmoket, Les razmoket, le film, Ratjetoe, de rugrats film, Rollinger, Rugrats, aventuras en panales, Rugrats—Der Film, Rugrats—Il film, Rugrats: La pelicula—Aventuras en panales, Rugrats mozi—Fecsegoe tipegoek, and Rugrats: O filme), Paramount, 1998.

Voices of people of Atlantis and explorers, Atlantis (animated; also known as Atlantis: The Lost Empire), Buena Vista, 1998.

(As the Firesign Theatre) God's Clowns (short film), c. 1998.

Voices of soldiers, The Iron Giant (animated), Warner Bros., 1999.

Rob's father, The Independent, New City Releasing, 2000.

RBTV floor director, The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (also known as Die Abenteuer von Rocky und Bullwinkle), Universal, 2000.

Voice of Howard "Howie" DeVille, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (animated; also known as Rugrats in Paris: The Movie—Rugrats II and Rugrats in Paris—Der Film), Paramount, 2000.

Voice of Charlie, Monsters, Inc. (animated), Buena Vista, 2001.

Voice of chef for English version, Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (anime; also known as Miyazaki's "Spirited Away," Sen, Sen and the Mysterious Disappearance of Chihiro, Spirited Away, and The Spiriting Away of Sen and Chihiro), Buena Vista, 2001.

Voice of drunk monkey, Dr. Dolittle 2 (also known as Doctor Dolittle 2, DR2, DR.2, Docteur Dolittle 2, Elaeintohtori 2, and Il Dottor Dolittle 2), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2001.

Voices of second golfer and second scientist, Recess: School's Out (animated; also known as Recess: The Ultimate Summer Vacation and Summer Vacation: The Ultimate Recess), Buena Vista/Walt Disney Pictures, 2001.

Voice of Bob the seahorse, Finding Nemo (animated), Buena Vista, 2003.

Voice of Howard "Howie" DeVille, Rugrats Go Wild (animated; also known as Rescue Me, The Rugrats Meet the Wild Thornberrys, The Rugrats Movie III, Rugrats 3: Rescue Me, Les razmoket rencontrent les Delajungle, Los rugrats: Vacaciones salvajes, Os rugrats e os Thornberrys vao aprontar, and Ratjetoe en de Thornberrys—Bij de beesten af), Paramount, 2003.

Voices of Inuits and others, Brother Bear (animated; also known as Tierra de osos), Buena Vista, 2003.

Voice of Wolfgang von Goethe, Proteus (animated documentary; also known as Proteus: A Nineteenth Century Vision), First Run Features/Icarus Films, 2004.

Judge, I'm Not Gay (short film), Big Film Shorts, 2005.

Voice of rebel, Thru the Moebius Strip (animated), Fantastic Films International, 2005.

Voices, I Build the Tower (documentary; also known as I Build the Tower: The Life and Work of Sam Rodia), 2005.

Voice of Gary the baker, Bongee Bear and the Kingdom of Rhythm (animated), Yankee Films, 2006.

Voices of drunk monkey and stray dog, Dr. Dolittle 3, Twentieth Century-Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.

Voice of first amigo, Happily N'Ever After (animated), Lions Gate Films, 2007.

Film Additional Voices:

Beauty and the Beast (animated), Buena Vista, 1991, longer edition released as Beauty and the Beast: Special Edition.

Aladdin (animated), Buena Vista, 1992.

Kurenai no buta (anime; also known as Crimson Pig, Porco rosso, Porco rosso—O ultimo heroi romantico, and Punainen sika), Studio Ghibli/Tokuma Shoten, 1992, Manga Films, 1994, dubbed version released by Buena Vista Home Video.

The Lion King (animated; also known as El rey leon), Buena Vista, 1994.

Toy Story (animated), Buena Vista, 1995.

Hercules (animated), Buena Vista, 1997.

Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (animated; also known as Disney's "Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World" and Pocahontas: Journey to a New World), Buena Vista Home Video, 1998.

Doug's First Movie (animated; also known as The First Doug Movie Ever), Buena Vista, 1999.

Tarzan (animated; also known as Disney's "Tarzan"), Buena Vista/Walt Disney Pictures, 1999.

Toy Story 2 (animated), Buena Vista, 1999.

Tarzan & Jane (animated), Buena Vista Home Video, 2002.

Treasure Planet (animated), Buena Vista, 2002.

Brother Bear (animated; also known as Tierra de osos), Buena Vista, 2003.

My Name Is Modesty: A Modesty Blaise Adventure (also known as Modesty Blaise: The Beginning and My Name Is Modesty), Buena Vista Home Video, c. 2003.

Home on the Range (animated), Buena Vista, 2004.

Racing Stripes, Warner Bros., 2005.

(As Philip Proctor) Barnyard (animated; also known as Barnyard: The Original Party Animals and Der Tierisch verrueckte Bauernhof), Paramount, 2006.

Film Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices or Group Member:

Full Moon High, Orion, 1981.

Endangered Species, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1982.

Revenge of the Ninja (also known as Ninja II and Way of the Ninja), Cannon, 1983.

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across the Eighth Dimension, Columbia, 1984.

Ninja III: The Domination (also known as Ninja III, Ninja 3: The Domination, and Trancers), Cannon, 1984.

Lifeforce, TriStar, 1985.

Vision Quest (also known as Crazy for You), Warner Bros., 1985.

Three Amigos! (also known as Three Amigos, The Three Caballeros, De kom, de saa—de lob!, Drei Amigos!, I tre amigos!, Kolme kaverusta, Shlosha Amigos, Tre amigos, Tres amigos, Tres amigos!, and Trois amigos!), Orion, 1986.

Russkies, New Century Vista Film Company, 1987.

The Secret of My Success (also known as The Secret of My Succe$s), Universal, 1987.

Shy People, Cannon, 1987.

Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach, Warner Bros., 1988.

Rambo III (also known as Rambo 3 and Rambo 3.), TriStar, 1988.

Cohen and Tate, Bon Bon Films, 1989.

Police Academy 6: City under Siege, Warner Bros., 1989.

Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, Universal, 1989.

When Harry Met Sally, Columbia, 1989.

Corporate Affairs, Concorde Pictures, 1990.

Die Hard 2 (also known as Die Hard 2: Die Harder), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990.

Gremlins 2: The New Batch (also known as Gremlins 2 and Monolith), Warner Bros., 1990.

The Hunt for Red October (also known as A la poursuite d'Octobre Rouge, Caca ao Outubro Vermelho, Cacada ao Outubro Vermelho, Caccia a Ottobre Rosso, Jagd auf "Roter Oktober," Jagten paa Rode Oktober, Jakten paa Roed Oktober, La caza del Octubre Rojo, Polowanie na Czerwony Pazdziernik, Punaisen Lokakuun metsaestys, and Vadaszat a Voeroes Oktoberre), Paramount, 1990.

Opportunity Knocks, Universal, 1990.

Pretty Woman (also known as $3000), Buena Vista, 1990.

The Rookie, Warner Bros., 1990.

Waiting for the Light, Triumph Releasing, 1990.

Young Guns II (also known as Hell Bent for Leather and Young Guns II: Blaze of Glory), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990.

City Slickers (also known as Live, Love and Cows, A vida, o amor e as vacas, Amigos, sempre amigos, City Slickers—Die Grosstadt-Helden, City slickers—jakten paa det foersvunna leeendet, Cowboys de ciudad, Jakten paa det foersvunna leendet, Kaupunkicowboyt, La vie, l'amour, les vaches, La vie, l'amour … les vaches, Scappo dalla citta—la vita, l'amore e le vacche, Stadszwervers, and Ti ekanes baba stin agria dysi), Columbia, 1991.

The Doctor (also known as A doktor, Der Doktor—Ein gewoehnlicher Patient, El doctor, Katkera rohto, Lakaren—han som aelskade livet, Le docteur, and Un medico, un uomo), Buena Vista, 1991.

Hook, TriStar, 1991.

The Marrying Man (also known as Too Hot to Handle), Buena Vista, 1991.

Oscar (also known as A mala das trapalhadas, L'embrouille est dans le sac, Oscar czyli 60 klopotow na minute, Oscar—Minha filha quer casar, Oscar, quita las manos, Oscar—un fidanzato per due figlie, and Oscar—Vom Regen in die Traufe), Buena Vista, 1991.

The Rocketeer, Buena Vista, 1991.

Freejack, Warner Bros., 1992.

Lenny, 1992.

Mistress (also known as Hollywood Mistress), Rainbow Releasing, 1992.

Newsies (musical; also known as Extra! Extra!, The News Boys, and Newsboys), Buena Vista, 1992.

The Flintstones (also known as The Flintstones: The Live-Action Movie), Universal, 1994.

Maverick, Warner Bros., 1994.

Miracle on 34th Street, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994.

The Specialist, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1994.

Die Hard: With a Vengeance (also known as Die Hard—Mega Hard, Die Hard New York, Die Hard 3, Glass Trap 3, and Simon Says), Twentieth Century-Fox, 1995.

Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (also known as Free Willy 2), Warner Bros., 1995.

The Stars Fell on Henrietta, Warner Bros., 1995.

Stuart Saves His Family (also known as Como salvar sua familia, Rescate familiar, Sekopaeiden seurakunta, Stuart sauve sa famille, and Stuart Stupid—Eine Familie zum Kotzen), Paramount, 1995.

Theodore Rex (also known as T. Rex), New Line Cinema, 1995.

Village of the Damned (also known as John Carpenter's "Village of the Damned"), Universal, 1995.

Up Close and Personal (also known as Golden Girl), Buena Vista, 1996.

That Old Feeling, Universal, 1997.

Saving Private Ryan (also known as Private Ryan), DreamWorks, 1998.

Sphere, Warner Bros., 1998.

Wonder Boys (also known as Die Wonder Boys and Wonderboys—Lauter Wunderknaben), Paramount, 2000.

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (animated), DreamWorks, 2003.

Meet the Fockers (also known as Meet the Fokkers, Meet the Parents 2, Entrando numa fria maior ainda, Familjen aer vaerre, Kohtumine Fockeritega, L'autre belle-famille, La familia de mi esposo, Los Fockers, Los Fockers: La familia de mi esposo, Los padres de el, Meine Frau, ihre Schwiegereltern und ich, Mi presenti i tuoi?, Mon beau-pere, mes parents et moi, Painajainen perheessae, Svigers er aller verst, and Uns compadres do pior), Universal, 2004.

Shark Tale (animated; also known as Sharkslayer), DreamWorks, 2004.

Flightplan (also known as Flight plan and High jinx at thirty thousand feet), Buena Vista, 2005.

Film Looper or Loop Group Member:

Custom looper, Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, Universal, 1989.

Member of automated dialogue replacement loop group, Cabin Boy, Buena Vista, 1994.

Member of automated dialogue replacement loop group, 101 Dalmatians, Buena Vista, 1996.

Member of automated dialogue replacement loop group, The Trigger Effect, Gramercy Pictures, 1996.

Member of automated dialogue replacement loop group, Susan's Plan (also known as Die Again, Dying to Get Rich, Delitto imperfetto, El pla de la Susan, El plan de Susan, Petollinen suunnitelma, and Susan a un plan), Kusher-Locke, 1998.

Member of loop group, The Story of Us (also known as The Story of Love), Universal, 1999.

Member of loop group, Mickey's Twice upon a Christmas (animated), Buena Vista, 2004.

Member of automated dialogue replacement loop group, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (also known as Borat and Borat!), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2006.

Film Director and Producer:

(As the Firesign Theatre) Martian Space Party (also known as The Firesign Theatre's "Martian Space Party" and The Martian Space Party), Asso Film, 1972.

Everything You Know Is Wrong (also known as Firesign Theatre Sez "Everything You Know Is Wrong"), 1975.

Film Work; Other:

(As the Firesign Theatre) Editor, Martian Space Party (also known as The Firesign Theatre's "Martian Space Party" and The Martian Space Party), Asso Film, 1972.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Character creator, Nick Danger in the Case of the Missing Yolk, LodesTone Media/ More Sugar, 1983.

Special effects technician, One Missed Call (also known as Don't Pick Up the Cell Phone!), Warner Bros., 2008.

Television Appearances; Series:

Tobie Kurtz, The Edge of Night, CBS, 1962-63.

Regular performer, The Starland Vocal Band Show, CBS, 1977.

Voice of King Gerard, The Smurfs (animated; also known as Smurfs' Adventures), NBC, c. 1981-85 (some sources cite c. 1984-88.

The National Snoop, NBC, beginning c. 1983.

Voice of King Gerard, Johann and Peewee (animated), c. 1985.

Narrator, Against the Odds, Nickelodeon, c. 1986-89.

Announcer, The Will Shriner Show, beginning 1987.

Father Frankie, 13 East, NBC, 1990.

Voice of wizard, Story Book Theatre, early 1990s.

Voice of Bruno, The Pirates of Dark Water (animated; also known as Dark Water), ABC, 1991-92.

Voices of Willie Wombat and Chief Bushrat, Taz-Mania (animated), Fox, 1991-93.

Voices of Howard "Howie" DeVille, Allen Murphy, and others, Rugrats (animated; also known as Adventures in Diapers, Aventuras en panales, Ipanat, Las diabluras de Tommy, Les razmoket, and Rollinger), Nickelodeon, 1991-2003.

Voice of Brainboy's father, The Tick (animated), Fox, 1994-96.

Multiple voices, including Tim Burr, Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (animated), Fox, 1994-96, Fox Family Channel, 1998-99, also broadcast on PAX TV.

Announcer, Ink, CBS, 1996-97.

Voice of Forgo, Over the Top, ABC, 1997.

Announcer, America's Greatest Pets, UPN, 1998-99.

Announcer, Big Brother (also known as Big Brother 3), CBS, 2002.

Announcer, Big Brother (also known as Big Brother 4: The X Factor), CBS, 2003.

Voices of Howard "Howie" DeVille and others, All Grown Up (animated; also known as Rugrats All Grown Up, Les razbitume, Los nuevos rugrats, and Rugratazo), Nickelodeon, beginning 2003.

Announcer, Big Brother (also known as Big Brother 5), CBS, 2004.

Announcer, Big Brother (also known as Big Brother 6), CBS, 2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Generation, ABC, 1985.

Terrorist on Trial: The United States vs. Salim Ajami (also known as Hostile Witness, In the Hands of the Enemy, and Terrorist on Trial), ABC, 1989.

Norman Decker, Bad Attitudes, Fox, 1991.

Bruno, Based on an Untrue Story, Fox, 1993.

Voice of Jeremy Creek's father, The Town That Santa Forgot (animated), Cartoon Network, 1993.

The inspector, Menno's Mind (also known as The Matrix 2 and Power.com), Showtime, 1996.

Rail official, Witch Hunt, Lifetime, Channel 5 (England), Network Ten (Australia), and Radiotelevisione Italiana (RAI, Italy), 1999.

Oregon delegate, Running Mates (also known as Washington Slept Here), TNT, 2000.

Television Appearances; Specials:

John Ritter: Being of Sound Mind and Body (also known as The John Ritter Special), ABC, 1980.

Steve Martin's "Twilight Theater" (also known as Twilight Theater), NBC, 1982.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Harryl Hee, Ed Snifter, and Wino Brothers wine announcer, Fireside Theatre: Eat or Be Eaten (also known as Eat or Be Eaten), Cinemax, 1985.

Voices of frog servant, fox soldier, and rat soldier, "The Kingdom Chums: Little David's Adventure" (animated), ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1986.

Voice, "Liberty and the Littles" (animated), ABC Weekend Specials, ABC, 1986.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Comic Relief, HBO, 1986.

Barker, Harry Anderson's Sideshow, NBC, 1987.

Voice, Sport Goofy in Soccermania (animated; also known as Soccermania and Sport Goofy Soccer), NBC, 1987.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Firesign Theatre: Weirdly Cool (also known as Weirdly Cool), PBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Uncle Danny Reads the Funnies (also known as Uncle Dan the Funny Paper Man), WPIX (New York City), c. 1949.

Bobo, "Sara-Jane, You Never Whispered Again," Run for Your Life, NBC, 1968.

Bernard (young French king), "Noblesse Oblige," Daniel Boone, NBC, 1970.

Wendell, "The Insurance Is Canceled," All in the Family (also known as Justice for All and Those Were the Days), CBS, 1971.

The Ralph Story Show, CBS, c. 1972.

Chad Bennett, "A Farewell Tree from Marly," The Rookies, ABC, 1973.

Mr. Vincent, "The Lady Comes Across," Diana, NBC, 1973.

The Hollywood Squares, NBC and syndicated, c. 1976.

(As the Firesign Theatre) An Evening at the Improv, syndicated, c. 1981.

Al, No Soap, Radio, ABC, 1982.

Andre (a producer), "Pros and Cons," The A Team, NBC, 1983.

Benny, "D.J. D.O.A.," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983.

Harry Fortune, "Room 3502," Simon & Simon, CBS, 1983.

Phil, "Catch a Falling Star," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1984.

Anything for Money, syndicated, 1984.

The New Hollywood Squares, 1984.

Bloopers and Practical Jokes, NBC, c. 1984.

Blaylock, "Amazing Face," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1985.

Man, "Power," Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1985.

"Examination Day/A Message from Charity," The Twilight Zone (also known as The New Twilight Zone), CBS, 1985.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Comedy Tonight, syndicated, 1985.

St. Elsewhere, NBC, several episodes, 1985-88.

Clown, "The Landlords," Webster, ABC, 1986.

"Sinbad Goes to Mars," The A Team, NBC, c. 1986.

Brothers, Showtime, c. 1986.

Newscaster, Hard Knocks, Showtime, c. 1987.

Gallery owner, "A Class Act," Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1988.

"Baby on Board," Hooperman, ABC, 1988.

Cat burglar, Webster, syndicated, c. 1988.

The Judge, syndicated, c. 1988.

Deyoung, "Crossroads: Parts 1 & 2," Night Court, NBC, 1990.

Donald Crowley, "What You Don't Know Can Kill You," Freddy's Nightmares (also known as Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Series, Freddy, le cauchemar de vos nuits, Freddyn painajaiset, Las pesadillas de Freddy, and Les cauchemars de Freddy), syndicated, 1990.

Radio talk show producer, His & Hers, CBS, 1990.

Pierre, "Babes in Boyland," Babes, Fox, 1991.

Fred Deville, "Undressed for Success," Night Court, NBC, 1992.

Ron, "Goodbye, Mr. Gordon," The Golden Girls (also known as Golden Girls, Miami Nice, Bnot Zahav, Cuori senza eta, Las chicas de oro, Les craquantes, Los anos dorados, Oereglanyok, Pantertanter, and Tyttoekullat), NBC, 1992.

Vincent Vale, "Just a Gigolo," The Golden Palace, CBS, 1992.

Auctioneer, "Will Steps Out," The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1994.

Danny Brash, "Can We Talk?," The Sinbad Show, Fox, 1994.

Television voice, "The B-Team of Life," Boy Meets World (also known as Cory si restul lumii, Crescere che fatica, Das Leben und ich, De wereld om de hoek, Du store verden!, Et gutteliv, Incorigible Cory, Isojen poikien leikit, O mundo e dos jovens, O rapaz e o mundo, and Yo y el mundo), ABC, 1994.

Marv Brickleman, General Hospital (also known as Hopital central and Hospital general), ABC, 1994 (multiple episodes).

Bob Wilkins, The Young and the Restless (also known as Y&R, The Innocent Years, Atithasa niata, Les feux de l'amour, Schatten der Leidenschaft, and Tunteita ja tuoksuja), CBS, 1995.

Robot salesperson, Futurequest (also known as Future Quest), PBS, c. 1995.

Art dealer, "Party Girl," Brotherly Love, NBC, 1997.

Cliff St. John, "Dave Barry, Call Your Agent," Dave's World, CBS, 1997.

Voices of Red Skull and Rhienholdt Kragor, "Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 2: Unclaimed Legacy," Spider-Man (animated; also known as New Spiderman and Spiderman), Fox, 1997.

Voices of Red Skull and Rhienholdt Kragor, "Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 3: Secrets of the Six," Spider-Man (animated; also known as New Spiderman and Spiderman), Fox, 1997.

Voices of Red Skull and Rhienholdt Kragor, "Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 4: The Six Fight Again," Spider-Man (animated; also known as New Spiderman and Spiderman), Fox, 1997.

Voices of Red Skull, Rhienholdt Kragor, and Electro, "Six Forgotten Warriors Chapter 5: The Price of Heroism," Spider-Man (animated; also known as New Spiderman and Spiderman), Fox, 1997.

Voice, "Citizenship," Adventures from the Book of Virtues (animated; also known as The Book of Virtues), PBS, 1997.

Voices of Rabbi Kloner and others, Nothing Sacred (also known as Priesthood), ABC, c. 1998.

Armored car driver, "Ten Feet Tall and Bullet Proof," Stingers, Nine Network (Australia), 1999.

Prison warden, "Lunatic Fringe: Part 1," Stingers, Nine Network (Australia), 1999.

Feofanov, "Legacy: Part 2," JAG, CBS, 2000.

Voices of game host and body builder, "A Tiger by the Tail," The Wild Thornberrys (animated; also known as The Thornberrys), Nickelodeon, 2000.

Voice of Miracon, "Reflections of Evil," Power Rangers Time Force, Fox, 2001.

Voice of first humanoid, "War World: Part 1," Justice League (animated; also known as JL, JLA, Justice League of America, and Justice League Unlimited), Cartoon Network, 2002.

"Hello Goodbye," State of Grace, ABC Family Channel, 2002.

(As Philip Proctor) Voices of Dr. Cornea and ogre, "Nursery Crimes/My Peeps," Grim & Evil (animated; also known as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Cartoon Network, 2004.

Reverend Bob Patterson, "Notapusy," Arrested Development (also known as AD, Arrested development—Les nouveaux pauvres, Firma Ruffel & Baag, Firma Ruffel & Bygg, Sukuvika, and Ti presento i miei), Fox, 2005.

Snorri Magnusson, "Windows," The Loop, Fox, 2007.

Voice of music teacher, "The Headband," Avatar: The Last Airbender (animated; also known as Avatar—Der Herr der Elemente), Nickelodeon, 2007.

Appeared in other programs. Contributed the voice of a patent agent to "The People's Party," an episode of the unaired series The Blues Brothers Animated Series (animated; also known as The Blues Brothers), UPN.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

(As Philip Proctor) Cliff, Packin' It In, 1983.

The National Snoop, NBC, c. 1983.

Mr. Wilson, Me and Mrs. C., NBC, 1984.

Voices, Nutty News Reels, HBO, 1984.

Pop Quiz, Disney Channel, 1985.

Voice, Say What?, CBS, 1992.

Crabby passenger, "The New Pilot, Literally," The Crew (also known as Cabin Pressure), NBC, 1995.

Television Additional Voices; Series:

The Jetsons (animated; later known as The New Jetsons), multiple networks, beginning c. 1962, including syndicated, 1985 and 1987.

Scooby and Scrappy-Doo (animated), ABC, 1979-80.

Heathcliff (animated), ABC, 1980-81.

Richie Rich (animated), ABC, 1980-82, CBS, 1986, some sources cite beginning c. 1996.

Heathcliff and Marmaduke (animated), ABC, 1981-82.

The Smurfs (animated; also known as Smurfs' Adventures), NBC, 1981-90.

Flintstones Funnies (animated), NBC, 1982-84.

Shirt Tales (animated), NBC, 1982-84, CBS, 1984-85.

Alvin and the Chipmunks (animated; also known as The Chipmunks and Chipmunks Go to the Movies), NBC, 1983-91.

Flintstones Kids (animated), ABC, 1986-88 and 1990.

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures (animated), CBS, 1990-91, Fox, 1991-92.

The Pirates of Dark Water (animated; also known as Dark Water), ABC, 1991-92.

Babylon 5 (also known as B5, Babylon 5., and Space-center Babylon 5), syndicated, 1993-99.

The Tick (animated), Fox, 1994-96.

Television Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices; Series:

Robotman (animated), beginning c. 1984.

Pound Puppies (animated), ABC, 1986-88.

Midnight Caller, NBC, c. 1988-91.

Parker Lewis Can't Lose (also known as Parker Lewis), Fox, 1990-93.

The Mommies (also known as Mommies), NBC, 1993-95.

Time Trax, syndicated, 1993-95.

The Cosby Mysteries, NBC, 1994-95.

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, c. 1994-95.

One West Waikiki, CBS, 1994, syndicated, 1995-96.

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show (also known as Disney's "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), syndicated, 1997-2000.

Television Work; Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices; Miniseries:

Gambler V: Playing for Keeps (also known as The Gambler 5), CBS, 1994.

Television Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices; Movies:

Love Is Forever (also known as Comeback), CBS, c. 1983.

Generation, ABC, 1985.

Thirteen at Dinner (also known as Agatha Christie's "Thirteen at Dinner"), CBS, 1985.

Thompson's Last Run, CBS, 1986.

Body of Evidence, CBS, 1988.

Brotherhood of the Rose, CBS, 1989.

Danielle Steel's "Family Album" (also known as Family Album), NBC, 1994.

Sleep, Baby, Sleep, NBC, 1994.

Television Member of Automated Dialogue Replacement Loop Group; Movies:

Menno's Mind (also known as The Matrix 2 and Power.com), Showtime, 1996.

(As Philip Proctor) "The Challenge," The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 2003.

Television Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices; Specials:

Salute to America's Pets, ABC, 1992.

Television Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices; Pilots:

ER (also known as Emergency Room), NBC, 1994.

Television Work; Automated Dialogue Replacement Voices; Other:

The Punisher, CBS, 1992.

Stage Appearances:

Algernon, Ernest in Love, Denison Summer Theatre, 1960.

Raif Rackstraw, HMS Pinafore (opera), Denison Summer Theatre, 1960.

Title role, Tom Jones (musical), Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1960.

Take Me Along, Denison Summer Theatre, 1960.

You Never Can Tell, Denison Summer Theatre, 1960.

Edwin Booth, Booth Is Back in Town (musical), Yale University, 1961.

Alan Seymour, Picnic, Ross Common Playhouse, c. 1962.

Arthur, Suddenly Last Summer, Ross Common Playhouse, c. 1962.

Horatio, Kiss Me Kate, Ross Common Playhouse, c. 1962.

The husband, Dial M for Murder, Ross Common Playhouse, c. 1962.

The Barroom Monks, Martinique Theatre, New York City, 1962.

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Martinique Theatre, 1962.

Post office clerk and understudy for the role of Trofimov, The Cherry Orchard, Theatre Four, New York City, 1962-63.

Jack, Thistle in My Bed, Gramercy Arts Theatre, New York City, 1963.

Understudy for the role of Rolfe, The Sound of Music (musical), Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, c. 1963.

Horace, The Amorous Flea (musical), East 78th Street Playhouse, New York City, beginning 1964, Las Palmas Theatre, Los Angeles, 1966.

Abundantly Yours, Paramus Playhouse, Paramus, NJ, between 1964 and 1966.

The Snowball Tree, Actors Studio East, New York City, 1965.

Understudy for the role of Evan Morgan, A Time for Singing (musical), Boston, MA, then Broadway Theatre, New York City, both 1966.

Understudy, A Race of Hairy Men, Henry Miller Theatre, New York City, 1966.

(With Firesign Theatre) Freak for a Week (benefit performance), Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, 1967.

(With Firesign Theatre) Waiting for the Electrician, Experimental Arts Festival, University of California, Los Angeles, 1967.

Jack Argue (the playwright), Museeka, Center Theatre Group, Los Angeles, 1969.

War of the Worlds (also known as War of the Worlds 50th Anniversary Production), c. 1988.

Ladies of the Camellias, West End Playhouse, Van Nuys, CA, 1988, 1990.

Boris, Nude Radio, Actors Studio West, 1989.

Trend Armor, Lee Strasberg Institute, 1992.

(With the Firesign Theatre) Back from the Shadows—The Firesign Theatre's 25th Anniversary Reunion Show (also known as The Firesign Theatre: Back from the Shadows, 25th Anniversary Concert, and 25th Anniversary Reunion: Back from the Shadows), Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1993.

Church, Bang! Studio, Hollywood, CA, 1996.

New England, South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, 1996.

State of the Union, L.A. Theatre Works, Theatre at Doubletree Guest Quarters, Santa Monica, CA, 1996.

Zoika's Apartment (staged reading), Mark Taper Theatre, Los Angeles, 1996.

Lieutenant the duke of Dunstable, Patience (opera), Antaeus Theatre Company, NoHo Theatre and Arts Festival, North Hollywood, CA, then John Anson Ford Ampitheatre, [Inside] The Ford, Los Angeles, both 1998.

Rabelais and member of the Erotica Quartet, Over the Rainbow (tribute to Yip Harburg), Salon at the Taper, Mark Taper Theatre, c. 1999.

(As Philip Proctor) Patterson "Pat" Beeves, The Man Who Had All the Luck, Antaeus Theatre Company, Ivy Substation, Culver City, CA, 2000.

Tristan, The Liar, or the Truth Can't Be Trusted (also known as The Liar), Antaeus Theatre Company, Secret Rose Theatre, North Hollywood, CA, then Chamizal International Siglos de Oro Festival, El Paso, TX, both 2000.

Appeared in other productions with the Antaeus Theatre Company, North Hollywood, CA. Appeared in various productions at Yale University, including appearances as Abdullah in Camino Real; as Richard (the duke of Gloucester) in Henry the VI, Part 3; and as Tim Briscoe in Man Better Man (musical); also in Yale University productions of Notes form the Underground (one-act play), A Sleep of Prisoners, and Thieves' Carnival. With the Firesign Theatre, wrote and performed other material for the stage. Performer at other venues and performer with the Yale Russian Chorus in the former Soviet Union.

Major Tours:

Horace, The Amorous Flea (musical), U.S. cities, beginning c. 1964.

Charlie Dalrymple, Brigadoon (musical), U.S. cities, between 1964 and 1966.

Nicky, Bell, Book, and Candle, U.S. cities, between 1964 and 1966.

Og, Finian's Rainbow (musical), U.S. cities, between 1964 and 1966.

Ken Powell (editor), Generation, Florida cities, 1966-67.

Toured U.S. cities with Peter Bergman, c. 1976-77; toured with the Firesign Theatre, Western U.S. cities, 2005, and on other tours.

Stage Director:

"Go," I Know You Better Than I Do Myself, Court Theatre, Los Angeles, 1997.

Truth Be Told: An Evening of Urban Encounters (solo show; also known as Truth Be Told), Ventura Court Theatre, Studio City, CA, 1998.

(With Melinda Peterson) Robin, Polished by Love, Antaeus Theatre Company, NoHo Theatre and Arts Festival, North Hollywood, CA, 1999.

The Plot to Overthrow Christmas (benefit), Antaeus Classical Company, North Hollywood, CA, c. 2004.

Radio Appearances; as the Firesign Theatre:

Radio Free Oz (series), KPFK, beginning 1966, later KRLA (Los Angeles).

The Les Crane Show (episodic), c. 1968.

Live from the Magic Mushroom (series; also known as Magic Mushroom), KRLA, c. 1968.

Early Sunday Morning Oz (series), KMET (Los Angeles), 1968-69.

The Firesign Theatre Radio Hour, KPPC (Pasadena, CA), 1970.

Dear Friends! (series), KPKF, 1970-71, also syndicated.

About a Week, 1971.

Election commentator, Morning Edition, National Public Radio, 1980.

Host, Firesign Festival (special), KCRW and other stations, 1990.

Back from the Shadows—The Firesign Theatre's 25th Anniversary Reunion Show (also known as The Firesign Theatre: Back from the Shadows and 25th Anniversary Reunion: Back from the Shadows), PBS Radio, c. 1994.

Performer and host, XM Comedy/Firesign Theatre Presents: Fools in Space (also known as Fools in Space), XM Satellite Radio, Channel 150, 2001-2002.

(As the Firesign Theatre) All Things Considered (series), National Public Radio, 2002 and 2003.

Appeared in other radio programs with the Firesign Theatre, including Earplay and Radio Hour Hour. Also wrote and performed other material for the radio, including other material for National Public Radio.

War of the Worlds (special; also known as War of the Worlds 50th Anniversary Production), c. 1988.

Voice of Murphy, "Many Friends," The Apotheosis Saga, c. 1995.

The Phoenix (play), National Public Radio, 1995.

The Water Faucet Vision (play), National Public Radio, 1995.

State of the Union (play), L.A. Theatre Works, KCRW, 1996.

The Secretariat (play), National Public Radio, 1997.

Voices of Harry Gantz and the king, Buddy Shell, Metaphysical Private Investigator (episodic), KCLU, 1998.

Appeared in other radio programs.

Radio Work; with Others:

(As the Firesign Theatre) Director, XM Comedy/Firesign Theatre Presents: Fools in Space (also known as Fools in Space), XM Satellite Radio, Channel 150, 2001-2002.

Editor of radio interviews, Yale University, c. 1958-62. With the Firesign Theatre, created other pieces for radio, including parodies of advertisements.

RECORDINGS

Albums; with the Firesign Theatre:

Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like Him, Columbia, 1968.

How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere at All?, Columbia, 1969.

Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers, Columbia, 1970.

I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus, Columbia, 1971.

Dear Friends, Columbia, 1972.

Not Insane, Columbia, 1972.

Firesign Theatre Live: Westbury Music Fair, 1974.

The Tale of the Giant Rat of Sumatra, Columbia, 1974.

In the Next World You're on Your Own, Columbia, 1975.

Questions & Answers: Firesign Live, 1975.

Forward into the Past (also known as Forward into the Past—An Anthology), Columbia, 1976.

Firesign World, Wizardo Records/Dog and Cat, 1977.

Just Folks … A Firesign Chat, 1977.

Nick Danger: The Case of the Missing Shoe (EP), Rhino, 1979.

Lawyer's Hospital, Rhino, 1982.

Three Faces of Al, Rhino, 1984.

Fighting Clowns—A Musical Cabaret (also known as Fighting Clowns), Mobile Fidelity, 1993.

Shoes for Industry! (also known as Shoes for Industry! The Best of the Firesign Theatre), Sony, 1993.

Back from the Shadows—The Firesign Theatre's 25th Anniversary Reunion Show (also known as The Firesign Theatre: Back from the Shadows and 25th Anniversary Reunion: Back from the Shadows), Mobile Fidelity, 1994.

The Pink Hotel Burns Down (also known as The Pink Hotel Burns Down: A Collection of Rare & Unreleased Material), LodesTone Media, 1996.

Radio Now, c. 1998.

Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death, Rhino, 1999.

In the Firezone: Firesign Theatre Live in Seattle, 1999.

Nick Danger: The Daily Feed Tapes, LodesTone Media, 2000.

Anythynge You Want To (also known as Anything You Want To and Anythynge You Want To: Shakespeare's Lost Comedie), LodesTone Media/ Whirlwind Media, 2001.

The Bride of Firesign, Rhino/Wea, 2001.

All Things Firesign, Artemis Records, 2003.

Also recorded other albums and other works with the Firesign Theatre.

Albums; with Peter Bergman:

A Firesign Chat with Papoon, Columbia, 1972.

Papoon for President, C. 1972.

TV or Not TV, Columbia, 1973.

What This Country Needs, Columbia, 1975.

Give Us a Break (also known as The Comedy of Proctor and Bergman/Give Us a Break), Mercury, 1978.

Other recordings with Bergman include The (Sort of) History of Proctor and Bergman: On the Road.

Albums; with Others:

(Announcer) National Lampoon Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and the End of the World (also known as Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and the End of the World), Passport, 1982.

(With David Ossman) Not Another Talk Show/The Cabinet of Dr. Marconi, LodesTone Media, 1997.

Affiliated with the album Visit to Planet Proctor. Appeared in other recordings.

Albums; Cast Recordings:

Tom Jones, Carillon, 1960.

Booth Is Back in Town, Carillon, 1961.

A Time for Singing, Warner Bros., 1966.

Singles:

(As the Firesign Theatre) Station break/"Forward into the Past," 1969-70.

(As the Firesign Theatre) "Fighting Clowns" (consists of side 1: "Hey Reagan," and side 2, "Hey Carter"), 1980.

(As Vinnie Gumba) "Rappa This" (also known as "Rappadis: Vinnie Gumba"), Laurie, c. 1990.

Videos; as the Firesign Theatre:

The Madhouse of Dr. Fear, c. 1979.

Hot Shorts, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 1989.

Boom Dot Bust, Rhino, 2000.

Appeared in other videos.

Music Videos:

The Foreman, "Ain't a Liberal No More," 1995.

Video Games:

Voice, The Magic Jukebox, Philips Interactive, 1995.

Voice, Sandy's Circus, Philips Interactive, 1995.

Voice, Where in the U.S.A. Is Carmen Sandiego?, Broderbund, 1995.

Voice of Dr. Jeremiah Crick, The Lighthouse, Sierra, 1996.

Multiple voices, Normalcy, 1996.

Voice, Pyst, Palladium, c. 1996.

Voice, Battlezone, 1998.

Voices of Soviet military police personnel, Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine, LucasArts Entertainment, 1999.

Voices of Thomas Azzameen, imperial officers, and rebel pilot, Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance, LucasArts Entertainment, 1999.

Voices of attack tank driver, second rebel trooper, and stormtrooper sergeant, Star Wars: Force Commander, 2000.

Voices of Monty the jambalaya tourist and three-headed monkey, Escape from Monkey Island, LucasArts Entertainment, 2000.

(As Philip Proctor) Voices of Parkington, Al, Semyon, and Ramon, Freedom: First Resistance, 2000.

Voices of Tako, Commander Roq, and civil war helm officer, Star Trek: Klingon Academy, 2000.

Voice of Desolator, Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (also known as Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2—Yuri's Revenge), 2001.

Voices of Viceroy Nute Gunray, Jedi master, and empire cruiser captain, Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds, 2001.

Voice, Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge (also known as Red Alert 2 Expansion Pack: Yuri's Revenge), 2001.

Voice of Father Salade, La Pucelle (also known as La Pucelle: Tactics), Mastiff, 2002.

Voice of Flotsam, Dark Chronicle (also known as Dark Cloud 2), Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2002.

Voices of architect Roberto Bianchi and bishop, Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem (also known as Eternal Darkness), Nintendo of America, 2002.

Voices of Faustus and others, Blood Omen II: Legacy of Kain, Eidos Interactive, 2002.

Voices, Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix, Activision, 2002.

Voice of second Soviet, Secret Weapons over Normandy, LucasArts Entertainment Company, 2003.

Voices of Arjan Manjani and others, SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALs, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2003.

Voices of Bayra and Donga for English version, Final Fantasy X-2 (also known as Fainaru fantajii X-2), Square Enix, 2003.

Voices of captain, monk, and old peasant, Armed & Dangerous, LucasArts Entertainment Company, 2003.

Voices of German public address system announcer and ivory hunters, Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb, LucasArts Entertainment Company, 2003.

Voices of men, Legacy of Kain: Defiance (also known as Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver III), Eidos Interactive, 2003.

Voice, Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader (also known as Lionheart), Black Isle Studios, 2003.

Voice of King Theoden of Rohan, The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth, 2004.

Voice of Ukki White, Piposaru academia: Dossari! Sarugee daizenshuu (also known as Ape Academy and Ape Escape Academy), Sony Computer Entertainment, 2004.

Voices of Proust, Pulikovsky, Samaev, a soldier, and others, Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain (also known as Syphon Filter 4), Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2004.

Voice, Champions of Norrath: Realms of EverQuest, Sony Online Entertainment, 2004.

Voices, Doom 3 (also known as Doom III), Vicarious Visions, 2004.

Voice of Mr. White, Area 51, Midway Manufacturing Corporation, 2005.

Voice of professor, Saru gecchu P (also known as Ape Escape: On the Loose), Sony Computer Entertainment, 2005.

Voice of Q, James Bond 007: From Russia with Love, EA Games, 2005.

Voices of the professor and Monkey White, Saru gecchu 3 (also known as Ape Escape 3), Sony Computer Entertainment, 2005.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, Call of Duty 2, Activision, 2005.

Voice, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Activision, 2005.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, Dungeons & Dragons: DragonsHard, Infogrames, 2005.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, Rainbow Six: Lockdown, Ubisoft, 2005.

Voices, Gun, Activision, 2005.

Voice of Chaigidiel for English version, Metal Gear Ac!d 2, Konami, c. 2005.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice of King Theoden of Rohan, The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II, Electronic Arts, 2006.

Voice of King Theoden of Rohan, Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth II—Rise of the Witch King, EA Games, 2006.

Voice of Russell Barnaby, Dead Rising, Capcom, 2006.

Voices of Baron Mordo and Edwin Jarvis, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Activision, 2006.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, Company of Heroes, THQ, 2006.

Voice, Night Watch, Nival Interactive/Novia Disk Company, 2006.

Voice, SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALS—Combined Assault, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2006.

Voice, SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALS: Fireteam Bravo 2, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2006.

Voice, Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror, Sony Computer Entertainment America, 2006.

Voices for English version, Fainaru fantaji XII (also known as Final Fantasy XII), Square Enix, 2006.

(As Philip Proctor) Voices for English version, Gothic 3, JoWood Productions Software, 2006.

Voice for English version, Shin Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams (also known as Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams), Capcom, 2006.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, Supreme Commander, THQ, 2007.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, Titan Quest: Immortal Throne, THQ, 2007.

(As Philip Proctor) Voice, World in Conflict, Massive Entertainment, 2007.

Video Game Work:

Cocreator, Pyst, Palladium, c. 1996.

Audiobooks:

Steve Solomon, Favorite Son, Bantam Books on Tape, 1988.

Bruce Feirstein, Real Men Don't Bond, Simon & Schuster, 1993.

WRITINGS

Screenplays:

(As Philip Proctor) Zachariah, Cinerama Releasing, 1971.

(As the Firesign Theatre) Martian Space Party (also known as The Firesign Theatre's "Martian Space Party" and The Martian Space Party), Asso Film, 1972.

Everything You Know Is Wrong (also known as Firesign Theatre Sez "Everything You Know Is Wrong"), 1975.

Cracking Up, American International Pictures, 1977.

(As Philip Proctor; with Peter Bergman) Americathon (based on a play by Proctor and Bergman; also known as Americathon 1998 and Amerika 1998), United Artists, 1979.

(As Philip Proctor) J-Men Forever, International Harmony, 1979.

Nick Danger in the Case of the Missing Yolk, LodesTone Media/More Sugar, 1983.

(As the Firesign Theatre) God's Clowns (short film), c. 1998.

Teleplays; as the Firesign Theatre; Specials:

Fireside Theatre: Eat or Be Eaten (also known as Eat or Be Eaten), Cinemax, 1985.

(And with others) Comic Relief, HBO, 1986.

Firesign Theatre: Weirdly Cool (also known as Weirdly Cool), PBS, 2001.

Author of material that has appeared in various programs.

Teleplays; with Others; Episodic:

The Starland Vocal Band Show, CBS, 1977.

Writings for the Stage; as the Firesign Theatre:

Freak for a Week (benefit performance), Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, 1967.

Waiting for the Electrician, Experimental Arts Festival, University of California, Los Angeles, 1967.

Back from the Shadows—The Firesign Theatre's 25th Anniversary Reunion Show (also known as The Firesign Theatre: Back from the Shadows, 25th Anniversary Concert, and 25th Anniversary Reunion: Back from the Shadows), Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, 1993.

With the Firesign Theatre, writer and performer in a tour of Western U.S. cities, 2005, and on other tours. (With Peter Bergman) Americathon, c. 1976-77.

With Bergman, writer and performer in a tour of U.S. cities, c. 1976-77. Wrote and performed other material with others.

Writings for Radio; as the Firesign Theatre:

Radio Free Oz (series), KPFK, beginning 1966, later KRLA (Los Angeles).

The Les Crane Show (episodic), c. 1968.

Live from the Magic Mushroom (series; also known as Magic Mushroom), KRLA, c. 1968.

Early Sunday Morning Oz (series), KMET (Los Angeles), 1968-69.

The Firesign Theatre Radio Hour, KPPC (Pasadena, CA), 1970.

Dear Friends! (series), KPKF, 1970-71, also syndicated.

About a Week, 1971.

Morning Edition, National Public Radio, 1980.

Firesign Festival (special), KCRW and other stations, 1990.

Back from the Shadows—The Firesign Theatre's 25th Anniversary Reunion Show (also known as The Firesign Theatre: Back from the Shadows and 25th Anniversary Reunion: Back from the Shadows), PBS Radio, c. 1994.

XM Comedy/Firesign Theatre Presents: Fools in Space (also known as Fools in Space), XM Satellite Radio, Channel 150, 2001-2002.

(As the Firesign Theatre) All Things Considered (series), National Public Radio, 2002 and 2003.

Contributed to radio programs with the Firesign Theatre, including Earplay and Radio Hour Hour. With the Firesign Theatre, wrote and performed other material for the radio, including parodies of advertisements.

Albums; with the Firesign Theatre:

Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like Him, Columbia, 1968.

How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere at All?, Columbia, 1969.

Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers, Columbia, 1970.

I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus, Columbia, 1971.

Dear Friends, Columbia, 1972.

Not Insane, Columbia, 1972.

Firesign Theatre Live: Westbury Music Fair, 1974.

The Tale of the Giant Rat of Sumatra, Columbia, 1974.

In the Next World You're on Your Own, Columbia, 1975.

Questions & Answers: Firesign Live, 1975.

Forward into the Past (also known as Forward into the Past—An Anthology), Columbia, 1976.

Firesign World, Wizardo Records/Dog and Cat, 1977.

Just Folks … A Firesign Chat, 1977.

Nick Danger: The Case of the Missing Shoe (EP), Rhino, 1979.

Lawyer's Hospital, Rhino, 1982.

Three Faces of Al, Rhino, 1984.

Fighting Clowns—A Musical Cabaret (also known as Fighting Clowns), Mobile Fidelity, 1993.

Shoes for Industry! (also known as Shoes for Industry! The Best of the Firesign Theatre), Sony, 1993.

Back from the Shadows—The Firesign Theatre's 25th Anniversary Reunion Show (also known as The Firesign Theatre: Back from the Shadows and 25th Anniversary Reunion: Back from the Shadows), Mobile Fidelity, 1994.

The Pink Hotel Burns Down (also known as The Pink Hotel Burns Down: A Collection of Rare & Unreleased Material), LodesTone Media, 1996.

Radio Now, c. 1998.

Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death, Rhino, 1999.

In the Firezone: Firesign Theatre Live in Seattle, 1999.

Nick Danger: The Daily Feed Tapes, LodesTone Media, 2000.

Anythynge You Want To (also known as Anything You Want To and Anythynge You Want To: Shakespeare's Lost Comedie), LodesTone Media/Whirlwind Media, 2001.

The Bride of Firesign, Rhino/Wea, 2001.

All Things Firesign, Artemis Records, 2003.

Also recorded other albums and other works with the Firesign Theatre.

Albums; with Peter Bergman:

A Firesign Chat with Papoon, Columbia, 1972.

Papoon for President, C. 1972.

TV or Not TV, Columbia, 1973.

What This Country Needs, Columbia, 1975.

Give Us a Break (also known as The Comedy of Proctor and Bergman/Give Us a Break), Mercury, 1978.

Other recordings with Bergman include The (Sort of) History of Proctor and Bergman: On the Road.

Albums; with Others:

National Lampoon Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and the End of the World (also known as Sex, Drugs, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and the End of the World), Passport, 1982.

(With David Ossman) Not Another Talk Show/The Cabinet of Dr. Marconi, LodesTone Media, 1997.

Affiliated with the album Visit to Planet Proctor. Appeared in other recordings.

Singles:

(As the Firesign Theatre) Station break/"Forward into the Past," 1969-70.

(As the Firesign Theatre) "Fighting Clowns" (consists of side 1: "Hey Reagan," and side 2, "Hey Carter"), 1980.

(As Vinnie Gumba) "Rappa This" (also known as "Rappadis: Vinnie Gumba"), Laurie, c. 1990.

Videos; as the Firesign Theatre:

The Madhouse of Dr. Fear, c. 1979.

Hot Shorts, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 1989.

Boom Dot Bust, Rhino, 2000.

Contributed material that appears in other videos.

Humorous Writings; with the Firesign Theatre:

The Firesign Theatre's "Big Book of Plays" (also known as Big Book of Plays), Straight Arrow Books, 1972.

The Firesign Theatre's "Big Mystery Joke Book" (also known as Big Mystery Joke Book), Simon & Schuster, 1974.

Bozobook: Or, Clam Calendar & Book of Ours: Excerpts form the Notebooks of the Firesign Theatre, Volume '71, Turkey Press, 1981.

Author of the introduction for the book Cool Cats.

Contributor to periodicals, including East Village Other.

ADAPTATIONS

The Firesign Theatre's character of Nick Danger has appeared in stories appearing in periodicals and books.

OTHER SOURCES

Periodicals:

TV Guide, August 9, 2003, p. 7.

Electronic:

Planet Proctor,http://www.planetproctor.com, September 8, 2007.

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