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Hank Azaria

Henry Albert Azaria, popularly known as Hank Azaria, is an American actor, comedian, and voice actor, as well as a producer. He is best known for his work in the popular animated TV comedy series ‘The Simpsons,' which has been running for nearly thirty years. Created by Matt Groening, it is a hugely successful series known for its satirical depiction of working-class life and its parodies of American culture and society. Other than his work in the series, Azaria is also known for his work in several successful films such as ‘Godzilla,' ‘Run Fatboy Run,' and ‘The Smurfs.' He played a significant supporting role in the American comedy series ‘Mad About You' as well. He played the lead role in the American comedy series ‘Huff,' which aired for two seasons. His work in television has earned him much acclaim and won him six Emmy Awards. He directed and produced a short film named ‘Nobody's Perfect.' The film also starred him in the lead role. Apart from acting, he is also known as a poker player. He has appeared twice on the well known American game show ‘Celebrity Poker Showdown.'

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The Idol (2023)
Guest starring as Chaim (5 episodes)
Hello Tomorrow! (2023)
Starring as Eddie Nickels (10 episodes)
Life & Beth (2022)
Guest starring as Funeral Director
Super Pumped (2022)
Guest starring as Tim Cook
The Simpsons Shorts (2021)
Starring as Moe Szyslak
Starring as Goofy
Starring as Horatio McCallister
Starring as Buzz Lightyear
Starring as Chief Clancy Wiggum
Today with Hoda & Jenna (2019)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Maniac (2018)
Guest starring as Pink Koala
Guest starring as Hank Landsberg (3 episodes)
Live with Kelly and Ryan (2017)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Brockmire (2017)
Starring as Jim 'Brock' Brockmire (32 episodes)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017)
Guest starring as Danny Stevens
Bordertown (2016)
Starring as Bud Buckwald (13 episodes)
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (2015)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria (6 episodes)
The Late Late Show with James Corden (2015)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria (2 episodes)
Late Night with Seth Meyers (2014)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria (6 episodes)
Ray Donovan (2013)
Guest starring as Ed Cochran (14 episodes)
Funny or Die's Billy on the Street (2011)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Live! with Kelly (2011)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Free Agents (2011)
Starring as Alex Taylor (8 episodes)
Conan (2010)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria (2 episodes)
The Talk (2010)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria (2 episodes)
The Cleveland Show (2009)
Guest starring as Comic Book Guy
Watch What Happens Live (2009)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Rachael Ray (2006)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Huff (2004)
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2003)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Last Call with Carson Daly (2002)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria
Futurama (1999)
Guest starring as Harold Zoid
What a Cartoon! (1995)
Guest starring as Elmo
Spider-Man (1994)
Guest starring as Eddie Brock / Venom (8 episodes)
Guest starring as Bud
Guest starring as Masked Leader #5
Guest starring as Young Man
Friends (1994)
Guest starring as David (5 episodes)
The Late Show with David Letterman (1993)
Guest starring as Hank Azaria (2 episodes)
Mad About You (1992)
Guest starring as Nat (15 episodes)
Herman's Head (1991)
Starring as Jay Nichols (3 episodes)
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990)
Guest starring as Policeman
The Simpsons (1989)
Starring as Apu Nahasapeemapetilon (310 episodes)
Starring as Moe Szyslak (420 episodes)
Starring as Chief Clancy Wiggum (376 episodes)
Starring as Carl Carlson (294 episodes)
Starring as Comic Book Guy (146 episodes)
Starring as Dr. Nick Riviera (37 episodes)
Starring as Professor Frink (124 episodes)
Starring as Cletus Spuckler (100 episodes)
Starring as Sea Captain McCallister (85 episodes)
Starring as Kirk Van Houten (91 episodes)
Starring as Snake Jailbird (91 episodes)
Starring as Superintendant Chalmers (126 episodes)
Starring as Officer Lou (157 episodes)
Starring as Duffman (35 episodes)
Starring as Disco Stu (47 episodes)
Starring as Luigi Risotto (45 episodes)