William Thomas "Bill" Hader, Jr. is an American actor, voice actor, comedian, writer, producer, and director, who is best known for being an original cast member on the NBC sketch comedy-variety show, Saturday Night Live from 2005–2013. He is also well-known for his many voice roles, such as Flint Lockwood in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and its 2013 sequel, Guy Gagné in DreamWorks' Turbo, Firewater and Tequila in the R-rated computer animated film, Sausage Party, and King Leonard Mudbeard in The Angry Birds Movie and its 2019 sequel. Additionally, he is known for his supporting roles in various comedy films, such as Power Rangers, Superbad, Pineapple Express, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Tropic Thunder, Adventureland, and Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.
Hader currently stars as Barry Berkman/Barry Block in the HBO TV series Barry, and as a writer and occasional voice actor for the 1997 adult animated sitcom South Park.
For Disney, he had many Pixar voice roles, such as the referee and Slug Monster Student in the 2013 film, Monsters University, Fear in the 2015 film, Inside Out, Stan in the 2016 film, Finding Dory, and Axel the Carnie in the 2019 film, Toy Story 4. Outside of Pixar, he voiced J.P. Spamley in the 2018 Disney film, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and portrayed Bloodbottler in The BFG and Nick Kringle in Noelle. He will voice The Leader and Angar the Screamer in M.O.D.O.K.
Bill Hader attending the 2009 Sundance Film Fest.
Bill Hader speaks at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con.
Bill Hader and Andy Samberg
speak onstage at the 2014 Independent Film Spirit Awards.
Bill Hader attending the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Live in February 2015.
Bill Hader behind the scenes of Inside Out.
Bill Hader speaks at the Documentary Now panel at the 2015 Summer TCA Tour.
Bill Hader visiting Jimmy Kimmel Live in March 2016.
Bill Hader at premiere of The BFG in June 2016.
Bill Hader poses in the press room during the 70th annual Emmy Awards in September 2018.
Bill Hader attending the 76th annual Golden Globes in January 2019.
Bill Hader speaks at the 2019 Writers' Guild Awards.
Bill Hader arrives at the 71st annual Emmy Awards in September 2019.
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