Birth Date: January 24, 1967 / Age: 50
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Also Credited as: Phillip La Marr
Biography: Phil LaMarr (born January 24, 1967 in Los Angeles, California) is a American voice actor.
He has had guest appearances in a number of television shows and movies. He is perhaps best known for six seasons as a regular on Mad TV and for his small role as Marvin, the man whom John Travolta accidentally shoots in the face in Pulp Fiction. In one Madtv skit parodying Pulp Fiction, he reprises his role as Marvin.
LaMarr is also a prominent voice actor in video games and animated series like Justice League (as Green Lantern John Stewart), The Life and Times of Juniper Lee (as Roger, one of Juniper's friends), Justice League Unlimited, Futurama (as Hermes), Samurai Jack, The Weekenders (as Carver), Invader Zim (as Poop Dogg, The Letter "M"), Family Guy, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (as the basketball-obsessed imaginary friend named Wilt), and Static Shock (as Static). He has also voiced for the video games Jak II and Jak 3 of the Jak and Daxter series, Metal Gear Solid 2 (as Vamp), Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (as Gadon Thek), and Mercenaries. In addition, he was on an episode of Cold Case about a mudered New Haven D.A.(as Kiki).
LaMarr was an extra in Spider-Man 2. This is unusual as extras often have little to no acting experience.
Static Shock and Justice League have had a few crossovers where the characters Green Lantern and Static shared scenes. As the voice actor of both superheroes, LaMarr is literally talking to himself, altering the sound of his voice between characters.