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“This is one that’s right in my register and one I’ve been doing since I was a teenager, seriously,” he said. This is also the voice that would say: ‘Batteries not included!

American actor, voice actor, comedian and producer.

But, you know, I don’t recommend dating her; not a good idea.” Also pictured: Claire spotted heading back to her apartment after dropping off her son on Sunday (March 20) in the So Ho neighborhood of New York City.

Hank Azaria has spent his career playing some kind or another of comic relief — whether that is his well-known voice acting work on “The Simpsons” or his live-action arcs on shows like “Mad About You” and “Friends.” He has the remarkable ability to mold his voice to any number of situations and characters, some less culturally sensitive than others; it makes him a kind of chameleon of a comic actor, one where his own voice is sometimes hard to hear underneath all the impressions.

Along with the series, Azaria became more widely known through his live-action appearances in films, such as The Birdcage (1996), Godzilla (1998), Mystery Men (1999), America's Sweethearts (2001), Shattered Glass (2003), Along Came Polly (2004), Run Fatboy Run (2007), Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) and The Smurfs (2011).

He also had recurring roles on the television series Mad About You and Friends, played the titular character in the drama Huff (2004–2006), and appeared in the popular stage musical Spamalot.

The show begins after 10 years of exile abroad, when he returns stateside only to discover that his greatest disgrace has become one of the first viral memes.

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“I admire her like insane super-human intelligence, her Spidey sense, like, she’s so extraordinary and I’m so glad that I get to pretend to be because I’m not, in that way, and she’s so.

Morristown is so defined by corporations’ rapacious efforts to glean shale oil from its bedrock that their minor league baseball team is called the Frackers.

The team’s owner, Jules (Amanda Peet), has a vision for what a revitalized baseball team could do for her overlooked and ignored hometown.