What Roles Has John O'Hurley Played?


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As of 2015, John O'Hurley's acting roles include the role of Roger Doofenshmirtz on "Phineas and Ferb," Walter Bunny on "The Looney Tunes Show," Jacopo Peterman on "Seinfeld" and Greg Shaeffer on "The Edge of Night." John O'Hurley also served as a guest star on several other television shows, appearing as Buddy Hennings on "The Mentalist" and Knight Lilliputtian on "Gravity Falls." O'Hurley has also appeared as himself on the "Today Show" on three separate occasions.

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John O'Hurley began his acting career in 1983 and has taken up roles as an actor, television personality and voice actor. Some of O'Hurley's voice acting work include an appearance as King Neptune on "SpongeBob SquarePants," Uncle Zeke on "Higglytown Heroes," the voice of Faith's Agent on "Hope & Faith" and as Mayor Smith Snipper on "What's New Scooby-Doo." Outside of acting, John O'Hurley served as a television host or a contestant on several shows, including "Dancing with the Stars," "Family Feud" and "The Great American Celebrity Spelling Bee."

John O'Hurley was born on Oct. 9, 1954 in Kittery, Maine, and possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater from Providence College. As of 2015, John O'Hurley has been married twice, first to Eva LaRue and then to Lisa Mesloh.

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