Phil LaMarr is an American actor and comedian best known as a cast member of Mad TV and as Marvin, the guy who got his brains blown out by Vincent Vega (John Travolta) in the 1994 Tarantino film Pulp Fiction.
He has also appeared in the films It's Pat, Bio-Dome and Eat Your Heart Out.
A native of Los Angeles, LaMarr was a member of The Groundlings, the award-winning sketch and improv comedy group. In addition, he has studied improv at Second City and at the ImprovOlympic in Chicago with Del Close.
He has also improvised with Cold Tofu, Off the Wall, and the Purple Crayon of Yale University of which he was a founding member.
His television credits include guest starring on Cold Case, Eve, Reno 911, Without A Trace, The Bernie Mac Show, NYPD Blue, Living Single, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Murphy Brown.
His stage credits include: The Tempest, As You Like It, Guys And Dolls, Asylum, and South Coast Repertory's Make The Break and Sacred Fools Theatre's inaugural production of The Fatty Arbuckle Spookhouse Revue.
LaMarr was profiled in TV Guide for his voice-over work as well, which includes regular roles on the animated series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Futurama, Static Shock, Ozzy & Drix, Evil con Carne, Samurai Jack and Justice League Unlimited as well as recurring roles on King of the Hill, Family Guy, The Proud Family, and The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron.
He has also done voices for video games such as Metal Gear Solid 2, DOOM 3, JAK 3, Mercenaries and Men Of Valor.
On the big screen, LaMarr has also appeared in the comedies Kill The Man, Free Enterprise, Cherish and Manna From Heaven.
He also had featured roles in Speaking Of Sex with Bill Murray and Catherine O'Hara and Back By Midnight with Randy Quaid, Kirstie Alley and Rodney Dangerfield.
He also had a cameo appearance in Spider-Man 2, for which he was not credited.