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"I hate spunk."

- as Lou Grant on the Mary Tyler Moore Show

ED ASNER

Ed Asner has played
the same character
of Lou Grant
in four different series:
Mary Tyler Moore (1970),
Rhoda (1974),
Lou Grant (1977)
and
Roseanne (1988).

Edward "Ed" Asner (born November 15, 1929) is an American film, television, and stage actor, voice actor, and a former president of the Screen Actors Guild. He is primarily known for his role as Lou Grant during the 1970s and early 1980s, on both The Mary Tyler Moore Show and its spin-off series Lou Grant, making him one of the few television actors to portray the same leading character in both a comedy and a drama. He is also known to younger generations for portraying Santa Claus in the 2003 comedy Elf and as the voice of Carl Fredricksen in Pixar's animated film Up (2009).

Asner was in Kansas City, Missouri to Jewish Russian-born parents, (Lizzie and David Asner) who ran a second-hand shop. He attended Wyandotte High School in Kansas City, Kansas, and the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois and worked on the assembly line for General Motors. Asner served with the U.S. Army Signal Corps and appeared in plays that toured Army camps in Europe.

Following his military service, Asner joined the Playwrights Theatre Company in Chicago, but left for New York City before members of that company regrouped as the Compass Players in the mid-1950s. He later made guest appearances with the successor to Compass, The Second City, and is considered part of The Second City extended family. In New York City, Asner played Jonathan Jeremiah Peachum in the Off-Broadway revival of Threepenny Opera, and began to make inroads as a television actor. There were two standout performances on television. The first was as Detective Sgt. Thomas Siroleo in the 1963 episode The Outer Limits titled "It Crawled Out of the Woodwork" and as the reprehensible Ex-Premiere Brynov in the 1965 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea episode "The Exile".

Before he landed his role with Mary Tyler Moore, Asner guest-starred in such television series as the syndicated crime drama Decoy, starring Beverly Garland, and the NBC western series The Outlaws. On the TV series, Route 66 in 1962 (Welcome to the Wedding) as Custody Officer Lincoln Peers. He was also cast on Jack Lord's ABC drama series Stoney Burke and in the series finale of CBS's The Reporter, starring Harry Guardino. He also appeared on Mr. Novak, Mission: Impossible, and The Invaders. Asner also played a minor character in children's television show W.I.T.C.H. (Napoleon- Cornelia's younger sister's cat).

Asner is best known for his character Lou Grant, who was first introduced on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1970. In 1977, after the series, Asner's character was given his own show, Lou Grant (1977–82). In contrast to the Mary Tyler Moore show, a thirty-minute comedy, the Lou Grant show was an hour-long award-winning drama about journalism. (For his role as Grant, Asner is one of only two actors to win an Emmy Award for a sitcom and a drama for the same role. The second being Uzo Aduba) Other television series starring Asner in regular roles include Thunder Alley, The Bronx Zoo, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. He also portrayed art smuggler August March in an episode of the original Hawaii Five-O (1975) and reprised the role in the Hawaii Five-O (2012) remake.

Asner was acclaimed for his role in the ABC miniseries Roots, as Captain Davies, the morally conflicted captain of the Lord Ligonier, the slave ship that brought Kunta Kinte to America. That role earned Asner an Emmy Award, as did the similarly dark role of Axel Jordache in the mini-series Rich Man, Poor Man (1976). In contrast, he played a former Pontiff in the lead role of Papa Giovanni: Ioannes XXIII (Pope John XXIII 2002), an Italian television film for RAI. He has also appeared in a recurring segment, on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, entitled "Does This Impress Ed Asner?"

In 2003 Asner played Santa Claus in Elf with Will Ferrell, James Caan, (MTM alumnus) Bob Newhart, and Zooey Deschanel. Directed by Jon Favreau and written by David Berenbaum, it is the story is about one of Santa's elves who learns of his true identity as a human and goes to New York City to meet his biological father, spreading Christmas cheer in a world of cynics as he goes. The film received positive reviews from critics, inspired the 2010 broadway musical Elf: The Musical and NBC's 2014 stop-motion animated television special Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas.

Asner has also had an extensive voice acting career. In 1987, he performed the role of the title character, George F. Babbitt, in the L.A. Classic Theatre Works' radio theatre production of Sinclair Lewis's novel "Babbitt." He also provided the voices for Joshua on Joshua and the Battle of Jericho (1986) for Hanna-Barbera, J. Jonah Jameson on the 1990s animated television series Spider-Man (1994–98); Hoggish Greedly on Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990–95); Hudson on Gargoyles (1994–96); Jabba the Hutt on the radio version of Star Wars; Master Vrook from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and its sequel; Roland Daggett on Batman: The Animated Series (1992–94); Cosgrove on Freakazoid!; Ed Wuncler on The Boondocks (2005–14); and Granny Goodness in various DC Comics animated series. Asner also provided the voice of famed American orator Edward Everett in the 2015 documentary film The Gettysburg Address.

Asner provided the voice of Carl Fredricksen in the Academy Award-winning Pixar film Up (2009). He received great critical praise for the role, with one critic going so far as to suggest "They should create a new category for this year's Academy Award for Best Vocal Acting in an Animated Film and name Asner as the first recipient."

Asner has provided voice-over narration for many documentaries and films of social activism, including Tiger by the Tail, a documentary film detailing the efforts of the Campaign to Keep GM Van Nuys Open and the chair of the organization, Eric Mann, to keep General Motors' Van Nuys Assembly plant running.

In July 2010, Asner completed recording sessions for Shattered Hopes: The True Story of the Amityville Murders; a documentary on the 1974 DeFeo murders in Amityville, New York. Asner served as the narrator for the film, which covers a forensic analysis of the murders, the trial in which 23-year-old DeFeo son Ronald DeFeo Jr., was convicted of the killings, and the subsequent "haunting" story which is revealed to be a hoax. Also in 2010, Asner played the title role in "FDR", a stage production about the life of Franklin Delano Roosevelt he has subsequently continued to tour the play throughout the country. In January 2011, Asner took a supporting role on CMT's first original sitcom Working Class. He made an appearance in the independent comedy feature Not Another B Movie, and had a small but pivotal role as billionaire Warren Buffett in HBO's 2011 economy drama Too Big to Fail.

Asner has won more Emmy Awards for performing than any other male actor (seven, including five for the role of Lou Grant). In 1996, he was inducted into the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame and in 2001, Asner was the recipient of the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award.

Asner served two terms as president of the Screen Actors Guild, in which capacity during the 1980s he opposed US policy in Central America, working closely with the Alliance for Survival. He played a prominent role in the 1980 SAG strike. He has also been active in a variety of other causes, such as the movement to free Mumia Abu-Jamal and the movement to establish single-payer health care in California, California One Care, for which he created a television advertisement. He endorsed Barack Obama during the United States presidential election, 2008.

The sudden cancellation of Lou Grant (above) in 1982 was the subject of much controversy. The show had high ratings - the level of which should have justified its ongoing presence in primetime (it was in the AC Nielsen top ten throughout its final month on the air). However, the CBS television network declined to renew it. It has been Asner's consistent position that his political views, as well as the publicity surrounding them, were the actual root causes for the show's cancellation.

Asner is a member of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, a free speech organization that is dedicated to protecting comic book creators and retailers from prosecutions based on content. He serves as an advisor to the Rosenberg Fund for Children, an organization founded by the children of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, which provides benefits for the children of political activists, and as a board member for the wildlife conservation organization Defenders of Wildlife and is also a member of the Honorary Board of Directors for the homeless respite service center Fresh Start WC in Walnut Creek, California. Asner also sits on the advisory board for Exceptional Minds, a non-profit school and a computer animation studio for young adults on the autism spectrum.

Asner signed a statement released by the organization 9/11 Truth in 2004 that calls for a new investigation into the September 11 attacks. A brief summary of the reasons for his position appears in a video available on YouTube. Asner confirmed his support for the statement in 2009. Asner also narrated the documentary film The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror.

Asner was married to Nancy Sykes from 1959 until 1988. Together they have three children: twins Matthew and Liza, and Kate. In 1987, he had a son named Charles with Carol Jean Vogelman. Asner is a parent and a grandparent of a child with autism and is deeply involved with the autism nonprofit Autism Speaks. He also serves on the advisory board of a suburban Chicago firm that employs persons with autistic spectrum disorders to test and program software. He became engaged to producer Cindy Gilmore in 1991 and married her on August 2th, 1998. They divorced in November 2007.

    Selected Ed Asner TVography

A Man Called Shenandoah
- The Verdict (1965)

Adventures from the Book of Virtues
- Faith (1997)

Alcoa Premiere
- The Contenders (1962)

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
- To Catch a Butterfly (1963)

Alfred Hitchcock Presents
- What Frightened You, Fred? (1962)

American Dad!
- Jenny Fromdabloc (2011)
- There Will Be Bad Blood (2010)

Andy Barker, P.I.
- The Lady Varnishes (2007)

The Angry Beavers
- Mission to the Big Hot Thingy/I Dare You (1997)

Animaniacs
- Garage Sale of the Century/West Side Pigeons (1993)

Arli$$
- Last Call (2000)

Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City
- Episode #1.5 (1998)

Armstrong Circle Theatre
- Thief of Diamonds (1957)

Ask Harriet
- Lips That Pass in the Night (1998)
- Hot Coco (1998)
- Pumps and Circumstances (1998)

Batman: The Animated Series
- as Roland Daggett (1992-1994, voice)

Ben Casey
- The Echo of a Silent Cheer: Part 2 (1963)

Betty White's Off Their Rockers
- Episode #2.14 (2013)

Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
- A Case of Armed Robbery (1964)

Bonkers
- Seems Like Old Toons (1993)

The Boondocks
- as Ed Wuncler (6 episodes, 2005-2014)

Breaking Point
- Last Summer We Didn't Go Away (1963)

The Bronx Zoo
- as Principal Joe Danzig (1987-1988, 21 episodes)

Bruno the Kid
- as Engineer (1996, voice)

Burke's Law
- Nightmare in the Sun (1965)

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
- The Return of XL (2000)

Cade's County
- The Fake (1972)

Cain's Hundred
- Blues for a Junkman: Arthur Troy (1962)

Captain Planet and the Planeteers
- as Hoggish Greedly, Don Porkaloin and Boris (1990-1995, voice, 31 episodes)

CBS Playhouse
- Sadbird (1969)

Center of the Universe
- as Art Barnett (2004-2005, 12 episodes)

The Cleveland Show
- Sex and the Biddy (2011)
- The Blue, the Gray and the Brown (2011)
- Murray Christmas (2010)
- How Cleveland Got His Groove Back (2010)
- The Curious Case of Jr. Working at the Stool (2010)

Chasing Life
- Locks of Love (2014)

Chicken Soup for the Soul
- The Anniversary (1999)

The Closer
- as Carl Dobson (1998, 10 episodes)

The Crazy Ones
- The Stan Wood Account (2013)

CSI: NY
- Yahrzeit (2009)

Curb Your Enthusiasm
- The Acupuncturist (2001)

Dead Man's Gun
- Next of Kin (1997)

The Dead Zone
- Coming Home (2005)

Decoy
- An Eye for an Eye (1959)

The Defenders
- Hero of the People (1964)
- The Cruel Hook (1963)

Dharma & Greg
- How This Happened (2001)

Dinosaurs
- Georgie Must Die! (1994)

Dr. Kildare
- Tightrope Into Nowhere (1963)
- The Legacy (1962)

Duck Dodgers
- I'm Going to Get You Fat Sucker/Detained Duck (2003)

Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man
- The Germ Turns (1995)

The Ellen Show
- Ellen's First Christmess (2001)

The Eleventh Hour
- My Name Is Judith, I'm Lost, You See (1963)

ER
- No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (2003)
- A Saint in the City (2003)
- A Little Help from My Friends (2003)

The F.B.I.
- The Attorney (1969)
- The Dynasty (1968)
- The Tormentors (1966)

Family Guy
- One If by Clam, Two If by Sea (2001)

The Farmer's Daughter
- Like Father, Like Son (1964)

Felony Squad
- The Killer Instinct (1966)

Fish Police
- as Chief Abalone (1992, voice, 6 episodes)

Freakazoid!
- as Sgt. Mike Cosgrove (1995-1997, voice, 16 episodes)

The Fugitive
- Run the Man Down (1967)
- Three Cheers for Little Boy Blue (1965)
- Masquerade (1965)

Gargoyles
-as Hudson, Jack Danforth and Burbank (1994-1996, voice, 39 episodes)

Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles
- as Hudson, Pilot and Burbank (1996, voice, 10 episodes)

The Glades
- Gallerinas (2013)
- Magic Longworth (2013)
- Killer Barbecue (2013)

Great Performances
- The Good Doctor (1978)

The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.
- The Double-O-Nothing Affair (1967)

Grim & Evil
- Grim for a Day/ChickenBall Z/Max Courage! (2003, voice)

Gunsmoke
- The Whispering Tree (1966)
- Hung High (1964)

Hawaii Five-0
- Wooden Model of a Rat (1975)

Hawaii Five-0
- Kanalua (2012)
- Kalele (2012)

Hearts Afire
- as George Lahti (1992-1993, 12 episodes)

Hercules
- Hercules and the Disappearing Heroes (1998)

Here Come the Brides
- The Legend of Big Foot (1969)
- The Firemaker (1969)

Higher Education
- as President Gordon Knight (1994)

Highway to Heaven
- The Last Assignment (1986)

Hot in Cleveland
- Rubber Ball (2012)

The Hoop Life
- The Second Chance (2000)

The Huntress
- Generations (2001)

Iron Horse
- The Prisoners (1967)

Ironside
- Not with a Whimper, But a Bang (1969)
- The Fourteenth Runner (1967)

Insight
- as God, Henry and Bernie (1967-1977, 7 episodes)

The Invaders
- The Miracle (1968)
- Wall of Crystal (1967)

Johnny Bravo
- The Hansel and Gretel Witch Project/I.Q. Johnny/Get Stinky (2002, voice)
- Virtual Johnny/Hold That Schmoe/Hunted (2000, voice)

Judd for the Defense
- The Law and Order Blues (1969)
- The Other Face of the Law (1967)

Jumanji
- The Trial (1997)

Justice League
- The Ties That Bind (2005)
- Hawk and Dove (2004)

King of the Hill
- Unfortunate Son (2002)
- Yankee Hankee (2001)

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
- Monster's Legacy (2013)

The Lieutenant
- A Troubled Image (1963)

Life with Louie
- The Kiss Is the Thing (1997)

The Line
- as Patrick (7 episodes, 2008-2009)

Lou Grant
- series star (1977-1982, 114 episodes)

Mad About You
- The Handyman (1997)
- The Finale: Part 2 & 3 (1996)

The Magic School Bus
- Spins a Web (1996)

Maggie Winters
- Angstgiving Day (1998)

Maron
- Unaired Pilot (2013)

Mary Tyler Moore
- as Lou Grant (1970-1977, 166 episodes)

Max Steel
- as Chuck Marshak (2001, voice)

Medical Center
- The Last Ten Yards (1969)

Men at Work
- Gigo-Milo (2014)

Men in Black: The Series
- The Neuralizer Syndrome (1997)

Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays
- as Dr. Wasserman (6 episodes, 2011)

The Middle
- The Paper Route (2012)

Mission: Impossible
- The Mind of Stefan Miklos (1969)

The Mod Squad
- The Connection (1972)
- Color of Laughter, Color of Tears (1971)
- Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot! (1970)

Mom
- Kimchi and a Monkey Playing Harmonica (2014)

Mr. Novak
- An Elephant Is Like a Tree (1965)
- First Year, First Day (1963)

Naked City
- New York to L.A. (1961)
- A Hole in the City (1961)

The Name of the Game
- The Perfect Image (1969)
- The Inquiry (1969)

Off the Rack
- as Sam Waltman (1984-1985, 7 episodes)

The Outer Limits
- It Crawled Out of the Woodwork (1963)

Outlaws
- The Dark Sunrise of Griff Kincaid (1962)

Play of the Week
- Black Monday (1961)

Please Don't Eat the Daisies
- My Good Friend, Whatsisname (1966)

Police Story
- Three Days to Thirty (1976)
- A Dangerous Age (1974)
- Slow Boy (1973)

The Practice
- Mr. Shore Goes to Town (2004)
- Pre-Trial Blues (2004)
- Going Home (2004)
- The Blessing (1997)

Profiles in Courage
- Hamilton Fish (1965)
- Richard T. Ely (1964)

The Rat Patrol
- The Life Against Death Raid (1966)

The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
- Nuclear Netherworld (1996)

Recess
-as Thaddeus T. Third V / Additional Voices (1997-2001)

Regular Show
- The Christmas Special (2012)

The Reporter
- Vote for Murder (1964)

The Richard Boone Show
- Where's the Million Dollars? (1963)

Rich Man, Poor Man
- as Axel Jordache (1976)

Rhoda
- Rhoda's Wedding (1974)

Rock in a Hard Place (2013)

Roots
- as Capt. Thomas Davies (1977)

Roseanne
- Call Waiting (1996, cameo as Lou Grant)

Route 66
- Welcome to the Wedding (1962)
- Shoulder the Sky, My Lad (1962)
- The Mud Nest (1961)
- The Opponent (1961)
- The Man on the Monkey Board (1960)

Royal Pains
- A Man Called Grandpa (2011)
- The Shaw/Hank Redemption (2011)

Run for Your Life
- The Committee for the 25th (1966)

The Sarah Silverman Program
- Wowschwitz (2010)

The Simpsons
- Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner? (1999)

Slattery's People
- Question: Do the Ignorant Sleep in Pure White Beds? (1964)
- Question: Remember the Dark Sins of Youth? (1964)
- Question: What Is Truth? (1964)

Soul Man
- Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1998)

The Spectacular Spider-Man
- Intervention (2008, voice)

Spider-Man
- as J. Jonah Jameson (1994-1998, voice, 35 episodes)

Spider-Man
- as Officer Barr (2003, voice)

Star-ving
- El Al-Qaeda (2009)

Stoney Burke
- Tigress by the Tail (1963)

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
- as Wilson White (2006-2007, 6 episodes)

Studio One
- The Night America Trembled (1957)
- The Defender (1957) (uncredited)

Superman
- as Granny Goodness (1998-2000, voice)

Tall Tales & Legends
- My Darlin' Clementine (1986)

Target: The Corruptors
- The Golden Carpet (1961)

Tender Is the Night
- Episode #1.5 (1985)
- Episode #1.1 (1985)

Thunder Alley (TV Series)
- as Gil Jones (1994-1995, 27 episodes)

Touched by an Angel
- Here I Am (2000)

The Trials of Rosie O'Neill
- as Walter Kovacs (1991-1992, 17 episodes)

The Untouchables
- Search for a Dead Man (1963)
- Elegy (1962)
- The Night They Shot Santa Claus (1962)
- The Death Tree (1962)

The Virginian
- Echo of Another Day (1963)

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
- The Exile (1965)

W.I.T.C.H.
- as Napoleon (2006, voice)

The Wide World of Mystery
- The Impersonation Murder Case (1975)

The Wild Thornberrys
- The Anniversary (2000)

The Wild Wild West
- The Night of the Amnesiac (1968)

WordGirl
- Nocan the Contrarian/Meat My Dad (2009)

Working Class
- as Hank Greziak (6 episodes, 2011)

The X Files
- How the Ghosts Stole Christmas (1998)

Young Justice
- Denial (2011)

    Selected Ed Asner Filmography

1962

Kid Galahad (uncredited)

1964

Fanfare for a Death Scene (TV Movie)

1965

The Slender Thread

The Satan Bug

1966

El Dorado

The Doomsday Flight (TV Movie)

The Venetian Affair

1967

Gunn

1969

Change of Habit

Daughter of the Mind (TV Movie)

1970

They Call Me Mister Tibbs!

House on Greenapple Road (TV Movie)

Halls of Anger

Do Not Throw Cushions Into the Ring

The Old Man Who Cried Wolf (TV Movie)

1971

They Call It Murder (TV Movie)

The Todd Killings

The Last Child (TV Movie)

Skin Game

1972

Haunts of the Very Rich (TV Movie)

This Week in Nemtim (TV Movie)

1973

The Girl Most Likely to... (TV Movie)

1974

The Wrestler

1975

Hey, I'm Alive (TV Movie)

Death Scream (TV Movie)

The Impostor (TV Movie)

Twigs (TV Movie)

1976

Gus

Freedom Is (TV Movie)

1977

The Gathering (TV Movie)

The Life and Assassination of the Kingfish (TV Movie)

1979

The Family Man (TV Movie)

1981

The Marva Collins Story (TV Movie)

A Small Killing (TV Movie)

Fort Apache the Bronx

1982

O'Hara's Wife

1983

A Case of Libel (TV Movie)

Daniel

1984

Anatomy of an Illness (TV Movie)

1986

The Christmas Star

Kate's Secret (TV Movie)

Vital Signs (TV Movie)

1987

Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night

Cracked Up (TV Movie)

1989

Westward to China

A Friendship in Vienna (TV Movie)

1990

Good Cops, Bad Cops (TV Movie)

Happily Ever After

Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less (TV Movie)

1991

JFK

Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus (TV Movie)

Silent Motive (TV Movie)

Switched at Birth (TV Movie)

1992

Cruel Doubt (TV Movie)

Mattie's Waltz (TV Movie)

1993

Gypsy (TV Movie)

1994

Higher Education (TV Movie)

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Heads (TV Movie)

1996

Gone in the Night (TV Movie)

The Story of Santa Claus (TV Movie)

1997

Dog's Best Friend (TV Movie)

Payback (TV Movie)

The Fanatics

Academy Boyz

1998

Hard Rain

Basil

1999

Love and Action in Chicago

The Bachelor

Snowden's Christmas (TV Movie)

Olive, the Other Reindeer (TV Movie, voice)

The Sissy Duckling (TV Movie)

2000

Bring Him Home

Becoming Dick (TV Movie)

Above Suspicion

Common Ground (TV Movie)

2001

Donzi: The Legend

The Kid (TV Movie)

The Animal

Island Prey

2002

Pope John XXIII (TV Movie)

Desperate Measures (TV Movie)

The Man Who Saved Christmas (TV Movie)

2003

Elf

Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure (TV Movie)

The Commission

The King and Queen of Moonlight Bay (TV Movie)

Missing Brendan

2005

I All In

Crab Orchard

Out of the Woods (TV Movie)

2006

Lolo's Cafe (TV Movie)

The Christmas Card (TV Movie)

Ways of the Flesh

2007

Hard Four

Zack's Machine (Short)

Saving Our Parents (TV Movie)

2008

Christmas Cottage

Generation Gap (TV Movie)

Gigantic

Channels

2009

The Triumph of William Henry Harrison (Narrator)

Christmas Dreams (TV Movie)

Up (Voice)

2010

A Man of the World (Short)

Not Another B Movie

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (Video)

2011

10 Years + 10 Minutes (Short)

Absolute Killers

I Let Go

Good Men (Short)

The Lost Therapy Tapes (Short)

Stop the Environment (Short)

Hopelessly in June

Just Friends? (Short)

Too Big to Fail (TV Movie)

All-Star Superman (Video)

2012

Tax the Rich: An Animated Fairy Tale (Narrator)

Baron Blackwolf: Dogs of God (Short)

Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (TV Movie)

Shattered Hopes: The True Story of the Amityville Murders (Documentary, Narrator)

Autism and Cake (Short)

Liberator (Short)

Identical

Elephant Sighs

Foodfight! (voice)

Should've Been Romeo

2013

Christmas on the Bayou (TV Movie)

Second Chances (TV Movie)

2014

Citizens United, the Movie

Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas (TV Movie, voice)

Pacific Edge (Short)

Frozen in Time (voice)

The Games Maker

Bonta 3D (Narrator)

Not Without Reason (Narrator)

Audrey

The Raft (Short)

2015

Rainbow Reef (TV Movie)

Love.Meet.Hope.

Boonville Redemption

The Gettysburg Address (Documentary, voice)

Joe's War

    Ed Asner links

 

 

 

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