15 People We Didn’t Know Were Voices On Bob’s Burgers
As you prepare to watch the Bob's Burgers movie its time to level up your niche Bob's Burgers knowledge. Several big name comedians and actors have lended their voices to the program, but its not always easy to tell who. Here are 15 actors we had no idea were voices on Bob’s Burgers.
The first actor to be funny and handsome at the same time, Jon Hamm, portrays the technologically advanced toilet in the episode “O.T. Outside Toilet.” No wonder that toilet sounded so sexy.
Former SNL cast member Bobby Moynihan does the voice for Sam in the episode “Are You There Bob? It’s Me, Birthday.” Sam is the prospective owner of Wrap-Topia, which Bob visits with the health inspectors.
Jason Mantzoukas, king of portraying the clinically insane, was featured in the episode, “The Unnatural” as the owner of The Sand Flea Hotel, Mr. Manoogian. Manoogian is one of the people trying to prove the baseball coach “The Deuce,” is a fraud.
Adam Driver took a break from taking over the galaxy to appear in the Bob’s Burger’s episode, “The Bleakening, Parts I and II.” Driver played Art the Artist, the culprit behind the theft of Linda’s Christmas tree.
Mr. Show Alum Tom Kenny, the voice of Spongebob, hopped on the episode “If You Love It So Much, Why Don’t You Marionette?” Although Kenny has a historic voice-over background, he only took on some supporting roles as a box puppet, a raver and a paramedic. The simple performance would never lead you to suspect it was Kenny.
America’s favorite comedian who always looks like he doesn’t know where he is, Hannibal Burress, makes an appearance in the episode, “My Big Fat Greek Bob.” Burress plays the frat brother Hefty Jeff, which can be hard to recognize as he doesn’t have Hannibal’s usual ultra-dry delivery.
Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric lent his voice to the character of Phil Finnegan, an announcer at Wonder Wharf Baseball Park in the season one episode, “Torpedo.”
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SNL’s Kyle Mooney plays Kyle, the employee at the chef supply store, Chef Marks The Spot. His brief appearance takes place in the episode “Bob Belcher and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Kids.”
In the season nine episode “Roamin’ Bob-Iday” comedian Tiffany Haddish portrays the voice of Patricia, the owner of Patricia’s 77 Sandwiches and a hater of bread perverts.
Richard Kind appears in the episode “Flat-Top O’ The Morning To Ya,” as Jules Beachum, the Owner & Operator of Beachum's BBQ. At least until Bob convinces him to follow his dream of beekeeping and he leaves the restaurant industry behind.
Steve Buscemi, famous for playing the homeless guy in the movie Big Daddy and nothing else, also shows up in the episode, “Sexy Dance Healing” as the lawyer Tom Innocenti.
Comedy Icon Cloris Leachman was featured in the episode “Secret Admiral-irer,” as the 90-year-old Meryl Winters, whom the kids reunite with her long-lost love.
When Bob Odenkirk isn’t legally defending meth labs, he’s doing things like framing the Belcher family as the insurance scammer, Chase Kaminsky, in the episode, “Tina-Rannosaurus Wrecks.”
Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Susie Essman brings all her fury to the episode, "Sauce Side Story" as Lorraine Parcone, Linda's mother Gloria's first cousin. “You want to stay for some Sprite and some chicken?”
America’s collective boy-next-door crush, Paul Rudd, portrays the voice of Tina’s imaginary horse, Jericho, in the episode “The Horse Rider-er.”
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