Philip Stephen Hendrie is an American singer, actor and radio operator. He is widely known for his talent as a voice actor on radio and film. He rose to fame in the 1990s hosting The Phil Hendrie Show, a radio talk show where he portrayed himself as a calm, rational host and at the same time portraying one of the outrageous and insulting characters who will participate in the debates with Hendrie and callers to the show. Hendrie has also had an acting role, including a recurring role in the TV series The Unit and with many characters in the animated comedies Futurama, Rick and Morty, and King of the Hill.
|Born||September 01, 1952, Arcadia, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Radio personality, actor, voice-over artist, entrepreneur|
|Known for||Radio satire|
|Notable work||The Phil Hendrie Show|
|Website||Phil Hendrie's Official site|
|IMDb||Phil Hendrie's IMDb|
Actor and radio show host best known for his voice-over work on animated series like "Rick and Morty". He was also the longtime host of the daily radio show "The Phil Hendrie Show".
He was a construction worker who helped to build Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
He voiced two dozen characters on the animated Fox series "King of Hill".
His father served in the Canadian Army and later became a salesman.
He had a small acting role in the 2012 film "This Is 40", directed by powerhouse comedy director Judd Apatow.
- The personality of radio Miami
- Minneapolis Radio Personalities
- Los Angeles Radio Personalities
- American radio presenter
Latest information about Phil Hendrie updated on June 18 2021.