Maurice Lamarche

Often joking that he was voted “Most Likely To Be Someone Else” by his high school classmates, two-time Emmy winner Maurice LaMarche has been doing character voices and impressions since his childhood.

He started actually getting paid for it at the tender age of 19, when he began performing stand-up comedy at Toronto’s “Yuk Yuk’s” comedy club, launching his career at the same time as longtime friends Howie Mandel and Jim Carrey. Moving to Los Angeles in 1980, Maurice began a ten-year stint in stand-up, during which he served as the opening act for such performers as Rodney Dangerfield, George Carlin, and Kool & The Gang, as well as being showcased on HBO’s groundbreaking Rodney Dangerfield Presents The Ninth Annual Young Comedians Special in 1985. In that same year, he was cast as Chief Quimby in Inspector Gadget, and Egon Spengler in The Real Ghostbusters, in rapid succession. The voiceover work has kept coming ever since; Maurice has performed on over one hundred and fifty animated series, and has been Emmy-nominated five times for his voice talents. In 2011, he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in Futurama, where he played a dozen regular (and about sixty recurring) characters, including Morbo The Newscaster, Calculon, The Donbot, Clamps, Hedonismbot, and Zapp Brannigan’s long-suffering sidekick, Kif Kroker. The following year he took home his second Emmy for Futurama in the same category, and he was nominated one last time for Matt Groening’s much-loved sci-fi cartoon in 2014.

Maurice is also frequently heard in the advertising world as the voice of Toucan Sam, the “spokesbird” for Kellogg’s Froot Loops, a part he’s played since 1987. Since 2009, he’s been the signature voice of the entire Lexus TV and radio campaign in the US.

Elizabeth EG Daily

Seen last year in her career changing and groundbreaking return to the screen performing a moving rendition of Faith Hill’s “Breathe” on NBC’s The Voice, E.G. Daily stunned judges once they realized she was the star of ‘80s cult classic movie Pee Wee’s Big Adventure as Dottie, the voice of Tommy Pickles on Nickelodeon’s hit cartoon Rugrats, and the guest star of widely popular shows including the role of Leslie, Phoebes’ ex-songwriting friend on Friends.

The Los Angeles native started her career at an early age with roles on Laverne and Shirley, Chips and Fame. Deciding to focus on music during the 80’s dance music explosion led by Madonna’s producer Jelly Bean Benitez, she created three top 10 hits including “Say It, Say It” by Benitez which went #1 on the Billboard dance charts. E.G. has never stopped singing and has composed and performed her own songs in more than 30 film soundtracks including Scarface and My Sister’s Keeper.

Her one-of-a-kind voice opened even more doors as she chose to transition into voiceover acting. Daily gave life to Tommy Pickles on Nickelodeon’s “Rugrats” making the catch phrase “A baby’s got to do what a baby’s got to do” widely recognizable. She also voices the iconic characters of Buttercup on Cartoon Network’s The Powerpuff Girls, Bam Bam on The Flinstones, Mockingbird on The Avengers and many more on the big screen including Babe, Wreck It Ralph, Happy Feet, and Happy Feet II.

Lucky Yates

Lucky Yates voices Dr. Algernop Krieger on Archer.

Other important information:

Male, Caucasian, 48 years of age.
Two good eyes, no busted limbs, good hair.
Many characters played on Good Eats.
Puppeteer by trade, comedian by default.
Good with kids and animals.

Larry Murphy

Larry Murphy, who voices Uncle Teddy on Bob’s Burgers, began performing at the Comedy Studio in Cambridge, MA and quickly established himself as a unique talent performing sketch comedy and characters. He was a regular sketch performer on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. As a comedic actor, his credits include Jon Benjamin Has a Van and Delocated.

He is renowned for his versatility voicing characters in a number of animated shows, including Home Movies, Archer, Venture Brothers, Ugly Americans, Word Girl and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. He also voiced the titular role of Assy McGee. Every Thursday, he performs live at his weekly comedy show, Myrtle Comedy, in Fort Greene, NY.

Murphy lives in Brooklyn with his lovely wife and two small, horrible children.

John Roberts

John Roberts, who voices Linda Belcher on Bob’s Burgers, has appeared several times on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and Watch What Happens Live. He has co-written a cable pilot with Bob Odenkirk, and performed on two national tours for Margaret Cho, as well as on her cable special.

Roberts first gained attention as one of the standout performer/writers on YouTube. His first viral video, “The Christmas Tree,” was hailed as an instant comedy classic. It was nominated for a broadband Emmy Award and was featured on “Best Week Ever,” as well as on countless blogs and websites. The follow-up, “Jackie & Debra,” won The Comedy Smalls Award in London and has a huge cult following both young and old.

On YouTube, he has more than 20 million views, and he continues to make new videos with the likes of Deborah Harry and David Cross. He performs several times a year at New York’s famous Joe’s Pub and has just signed a publishing deal with French Kiss Records.

Carlos Alazraqui

Television audiences know Carlos Alazraqui as the face of Deputy James Garcia on Comedy Central’s hit show RENO 911 or RENO 911 the movie! But, he’s also been a standup comic for over 25 years, a television and film actor, and one of LA’s top voiceover actors with hundreds of credits to his name.

Presently he has brought new life to the voices of Placido and El Coyote on Fox’s Bordertown, Voice of Skylar for the new Disney Elena Of Avalor series, and the role of Jimmy Pierce on Cartoon Networks new show Unlovable. He also is the Brazilian Helicopter Pilot and Dad’s Fear in the Golden Globe and Oscar winning animated film Inside Out from Pixar. Carlos is also recurring on History Channel’s Crossroads Of History and as Sammy Tucker on Fox’s Bones.

Carlos has partnered with Michael Douglas/Further Films and HBO to develop his own half-hour series based on one of his own characters titled Good Morning Iowa. He also stars and is Executive Producer on Broadway Home Video’s Mas Mejor Web Series Burke Lime.

And……He is also Executive Producer with 6 Point Harness on a primetime animated series called Let It Beard, and Fun Squad, a half hour live action series, with Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Tim Gibbons.

His other writing credits include The Rip Squad, a half-hour live action series for Comedy Central, short films The Last White Dishwasher and Head Games, Spiritology, a half-hour series, and several other television and movie projects in development. Carlos has provided the voices for Rocko and Spunky on Nickelodeon’s Rocko’s Modern Life, Mr. Weed on FOX’s The Family Guy, Lazlo on Cartoon Network’s Camp Lazlo, Bane, in Justice League Doom, and Mr. Crocker on Nickelodeon’s long-running series, Fairly Odd Parents.

Alex Borstein

Alex Borstein is the voice of Janice and Becky Buckwald on Bordertown and the voice of Lois Griffin on Family Guy. Borstein was nominated for a 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for her work on Family Guy. She also is known for her work on several seasons of the hit FOX series “MADtv” and her wildly popular original character, Ms. Swan.

Borstein stars in the cable comedy Getting On and was seen on the drama Shameless, on which she also served as a consulting producer. She appeared in Seth MacFarlane’s hit live-action comedy features, Ted and A Million Ways to Die in the West. She starred in Killers, alongside Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl; and Dinner for Schmucks, with Steve Carell and Paul Rudd. Her additional feature film credits include Good Night, and Good Luck, Little Man, The Lookout, Catwoman, Kicking & Screaming, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, Coyote Ugly, Showtime, Bad Boy, and Bad Santa.

On stage, she starred in the critically heralded one-woman stand-up show Drop Dead Gorgeous (In a Down-to-Earth Bombshell Sort of Way).

After graduating from San Francisco State University with a degree in rhetoric, Borstein started performing improv and later joined the ACME Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles.

Aisha Tyler

In addition to voicing the role of Lana Kane on Archer, Aisha Tyler is host of CBS’s Daytime Emmy®-nominated The Talk, a series regular on CBS’ hit drama Criminal Minds, and host of the comedy improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway?

She is creator and host of the podcast Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler which was chosen by iTunes as a best new comedy podcast of 2011 and has over 15 million downloads.Tyler’s current book Self-Inflicted Wounds, Heartwarming Tales of Epic Humiliation debuted on the New York Times best-seller list in July of 2013.

In Spring 2016, Tyler will add yet another job to her resume, debuting a line of bottled premium cocktails under the brand Courage+Stone. Inspired by her love of craft cocktails, Tyler has carefully overseen the development and production of the line and is excited about the first three cocktails that will debut.

After breakout roles on Talk Soup and Friends, she co-starred with Jennifer Love Hewitt in the CBS hit Ghost Whisperer, had extended roles on two of television’s top dramas — CSI and 24 — and has made numerous guest appearances on other top television series.

In 2009, Tyler returned to her stand-up comedy roots, starring in a one-hour special for Comedy Central, Aisha Tyler is Lit: Live at the Fillmore. Tyler’s feature film credits include Bedtime Stories, Death Sentence opposite Kevin Bacon, Balls of Fury with Christopher Walken, .45 opposite Milla Jovovich, and Santa Clause III with Tim Allen.

In her spare time, Tyler is an avid video gamer and has voiced characters in Halo Reach and Watch Dogs. She is a member of the board of Planned Parenthood and has done charitable work for Trust for Public Land and taught self-esteem workshops for girls.