William Thomas Hader is an American actor, comedian, producer, director, and writer. His most notable role was as the lead character of the television series Barry, which has earned him eight Emmy nominations and two wins. He has appeared in a variety of films, television shows, and video games. His voice can be heard in the hit animated BB-8.
William Thomas Hader
William Thomas Hader is an American actor, writer, producer, and director. He is known for starring in the dark comedy series Barry on HBO. The series has earned eight Emmy nominations and two Emmy Awards. The following are some of Hader’s most notable credits. He plays a character named Barry in a fictional detective comedy, and has appeared in a variety of movies and television shows.
Hader was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He grew up with two sisters and experienced a difficult childhood. He did not fit in at school and spent his time reading books and watching movies. He went on to attend the Art Institute of Phoenix and Scottsdale Community College. After completing his undergraduate degree, Hader began acting on TV and in movies.
Bill Hader’s earliest acting credits were in Saturday Night Live sketches. He also appeared in the films You, Me and Dupree and Tropic Thunder. He later appeared in films like Superbad, Paul, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall. He has also voiced a number of characters in the adult animated show Xavier: Renegade Angel. In addition to acting, Bill Hader has produced several short films.
His voice in BB-8
In the new Star Wars movie “The Force Awakens,” BB-8 makes its franchise debut as a talking robot. Bill Hader and Ben Schwartz both contributed their voices to the project, and they worked with director J.J. Abrams to create a variety of sounds effects for the character. The actors worked with a talk box and an iPad app to create the sounds that BB-8 uses to communicate with people in the real world.
While BB-8 may not be a new character in the Star Wars universe, the actors behind the film have a long history with the Star Wars franchise. Hader also provided the voice of the USS Vengeance computer in Star Trek Into Darkness. Despite this, the actor’s role in BB-8 is a bit of a surprise.
Bill Hader’s voice was chosen for a number of reasons. First, it was the actor’s voice that made the character recognizable to fans. Hader was hired by the filmmakers to create the voice of the droid. He used a talk box to record his lines. He then used an effects app to give BB-8 a distinctive sound.
His roles in films and television
Bill Hader’s film credits include supporting and lead roles. He’s also lent his voice to many animated films. His voice is perfect for a character that isn’t unlike the quirky inventor he voices on SNL. This performance earned him critical and commercial acclaim.
Bill Hader was one of the main cast members of Saturday Night Live from 2005 to 2013. During his run, he received four Emmy Award nominations and a Peabody Award. He also gained fame for his impressions. He portrayed the role of Stefon Meyers in various Weekend Update segments. He also starred in the Judd Apatow romantic comedy Trainwreck.
Bill Hader’s smirk-worthy performance in HBO’s Barry has garnered widespread praise. The series’ third season debuted to rave reviews. The actor also created the popular animated series Barry. This animated series earned four Emmy nominations for its first season.
His voice in South Park
Bill Hader’s voice is a popular part of South Park and it has been a staple of the show since its beginning. Bill Hader is also the show’s writer. He is the voice of various characters in the show, including Farmer number two. Hader has been writing for the show for years.
While he had not yet landed a lead role in the show, Hader has worked on other projects throughout his career. He was responsible for providing input to several of the most memorable episodes, such as when Kanye West goes on a murder spree based on a schoolyard joke.
After leaving “Saturday Night Live,” Hader began work on South Park as a full-time writer. He met the show’s creators during a party while filming “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” Trey Parker invited him to be a part of the production process and gave him the opportunity to become a writer for the show.