Sam McMurray Bio, Age, Family, The King Of Queens, Movies, Net Worth

Sam Mcmurray Biography

Sam McMurray is a famous American actor and voice actor, who is best known for his roles as Supervisor O’Boyle in the CBS sitcom series The King of Queens, Trent Culpepper in Cristela and for voicing Roy in the family sitcom television series Dinosaurs.

Among McMurray’s film credits is Raising Arizona, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Drop Dead Gorgeous, L.A. Story, The Wizard as Jimmy’s stepfather Mr. Bateman, and C.H.U.D. On TV, he was an included player on The Tracey Ullman Show, assumed a common job as Chandler’s manager on Friends, he likewise showed up in The King of Queens as Doug and Deacon’s supervisor and furthermore showed up in Disney’s Recess, Freaks and Geeks, Home Improvement, The Sopranos, The Tick and Breaking Bad. He is likewise noted for being the first historically speaking visitor star on The Simpsons.

McMurray increased much global acknowledgment among gamers for his job as the voice of ‘BBC Newscaster/American Newscaster’ in the extension for Command and Conquer Generals. He likewise showed up in the 2011 TV film Holiday Engagement. For the 2014-15 TV season, McMurray had a primary job as Trent Culpepper in the ABC satire arrangement Cristela.

Sam Mcmurray Age

McMurray celebrates his birthday on the 15th of April every year. Born in 1952, he is 67 years old as of 2019.

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Sam Mcmurray

Sam Mcmurray Family

McMurray was born in New York City to his parents, Jane and Richard McMurray, both of whom are actors, Lesley Woods was his stepmother. McMurray is Jewish on his mother’s side of the family and Irish on his father’s side of the family.

Sam Mcmurray Wife | Sam Mcmurray Daughters

Speaking of his personal life, Mcmurray is a married man. McMurray is married to actress Elizabeth Collins and they have two daughters.

Sam Mcmurray Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad is an American television drama series created and produced by Vince Gilligan. Breaking Bad is an American television drama series created and produced by Vince Gilligan. The series broadcasts in the US and Canada on AMC. It debuted on the 20th of 20, 2008 and aired a total of 62 episodes, ending on September 29, 2013.

Sam Mcmurray Raising Arizona

Raising Arizona is a 1987 American crime comedy film. It was directed by Joel Coen, produced by Ethan Coen, and written by Joel and Ethan. Starrings n the film include Nicolas Cage as H.I. “Hi” McDunnough, an ex-convict, and Holly Hunter as Edwina “Ed” McDunnough, a former police officer and Hi’s wife. Other members of the cast include Trey Wilson, William Forsythe, John Goodman, Frances McDormand, Sam McMurray as Glen and Randall “Tex” Cobb.

Sam Mcmurray King Of Queens

The King of Queens is an American sitcom that initially premiered on CBS from September 21, 1998, to May 14, 2007, for a sum of 9 seasons and 207 scenes. The arrangement was made by Michael J. Weithorn and David Litt, who likewise filled in as the show’s official maker. The series stars Kevin James and Leah Remini as Doug and Carrie Heffernan, individually, a common laborers couple living in Rego Park, Queens, New York.

The King of Queens was produced by Hanley Productions and CBS Productions (1998–2007), CBS Paramount Network Television (2007), in relationship with Columbia TriStar Television (1998–2002), and Sony Pictures Television (2002–07). It was taped at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.

Its 9th and last season started airing on December 6, 2006, and finished up on May 14, 2007, with a twofold length finale scene, making The King of Queens the last American real-life sitcom that debuted during the 1990s to end its run. In May 2017, Kevin James and Leah Remini rejoined in the 2016 TV sitcom Kevin Can Wait. The show finished on May 7, 2018.

Sam Mcmurray Movies And Tv Shows

Film

  • 1976 The Front
  • 1980 Union City
  • 1983 Baby It’s You
  • 1984 C.H.U.D.
  • 1985 Fast Forward
  • 1987 Raising Arizona
  • 1987 Ray’s Male Heterosexual Dance Hall
  • 1989 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
  • 1989 The Wizard
  • 1990 Little Vegas
  • 1991 L.A. Story
  • 1991 Stone Cold
  • 1992 Class Act
  • 1993 Addams Family Values
  • 1994 Getting Even with Dad
  • 1997 Savage
  • 1996 Dear God
  • 1998 Slappy and the Stinkers
  • 1999 Baby Geniuses
  • 1999 The Mod Squad
  • 1999 Drop Dead Gorgeous
  • 1999 Carlo’s Wake
  • 2000 Lucky Numbers
  • 2002 Lone Star State of Mind
  • 2002 Sunshine State
  • 2003 Stealing Sinatra
    2010 A Little Help
    2015 Road Hard
    2015 Pearly Gates
    2015 Jenny’s Wedding
    2017 Americons

Television

  • 1975 Ryan’s Hope
  • 1976 Kojak
  • 1979 The Jeffersons
  • 1979 The Ropers
  • 1979 The Edge of Night
  • 1982 Baker’s Dozen
  • 1984 Miami Vice
  • 1986 You Again?
  • 1986 Hill Street Blues
  • 1987 Ohara
  • 1987 Moonlighting
  • 1987–1990 The Tracey Ullman Show
  • 1988 21 Jump Street
  • 1988 Head of the Class
  • 1988 Empty Nest
  • 1988–1989 Dear John
  • 1989–1991 Who’s the Boss?
  • 1989 Matlock
  • 1990 The Golden Girls
  • 1990 The Simpsons
  • 1990 Married… with Children
  • 1991–1994 Dinosaurs
  • 1991 Home Improvement
  • 1991 Blossom
  • 1991 Civil Wars
  • 1992 Sibs
  • 1992 Parker Lewis Can’t Lose
  • 1992 Stand By Your Man
  • 1992 Likely Suspects
  • 1993 Batman: The Animated Series
  • 1993 Down the Shore
  • 1993 A League of Their Own
  • 1993 Bonkers
  • 1995 The Critic
  • 1995 Medicine Ball
  • 1995 Maybe This Time
  • 1995–1997 Deadly Games
  • 1995 Party of Five
  • 1995–1997 Pinky and the Brain
  • 1996 Matt Waters
  • 1996 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
  • 1997 Wings
  • 1997 The Pretender
  • 1997 Chicago Hope
  • 1997 Soul Man
  • 1997–2001 Friends
  • 1997 Pearl
  • 1997 Johnny Bravo
  • 1997–2000 Disney’s Recess
  • 1997–2002 Hey Arnold!
  • 1997–1998 Living Single
  • 1998 Diagnosis: Murder
  • 1998 The New Batman Adventures
  • 1998 Cosby
  • 1998 The Angry Beavers
  • 1999–2000 Batman Beyond
  • 1999 Tracey Takes On…
  • 1999 Rugrats
  • 1999 The Wild Thornberrys
  • 2000 Freaks and Geeks
  • 2001 The Lot
  • 2001 Malcolm in the Middle
  • 2001 Yes, Dear
  • 2001 Deadline
  • 2001 The Sopranos
  • 2001–2006 The King of Queens
  • 2001 Spin City
  • 2001 The Tick
  • 2001 The Zeta Project
  • 2001 Reba
  • 2002 Touched by an Angel
  • 2003 Greetings from Tucson
  • 2003 Free for All
  • 2004 Justice League
  • 2005 NYPD Blue
  • 2005 Head Cases
  • 2005–2014 The Boondocks
  • 2006 That ’70s Show
  • 2006 Huff
  • 2007 Cold Case
  • 2007 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
  • 2007 Boston Legal
  • 2008–2009 Head Case
  • 2008 ER
  • 2009–2010 Tracey Ullman’s State of the Union
  • 2009 Breaking Bad
  • 2009 Glenn Martin, DDS
  • 2010 The Secret Life of the American Teenager
  • 2010–2011 Pound Puppies
  • 2011 Raising Hope
  • 2011 Lights Out
  • 2011 Then We Got Help!
  • 2011 Desperate Housewives
  • 2011 NCIS
  • 2011 Grey’s Anatomy
  • 2012 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • 2013 Wendell & Vinnie
  • 2013–2018 The Fosters
  • 2014 Murder in the First
  • 2014–2015 Cristela
  • 2015 Masters of Sex
  • 2016 Devious Maids
  • 2016 Bull
  • 2017 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
  • 2017 Ghosted
  • 2018 The Good Fight
  • 2018–2019 Mom
  • 2019 Grace and Frankie

Television films

  • 1985 Out of the Darkness
  • 1986 Adam: His Song Continues
  • 1987 Hands of a Stranger
  • 1987 The Hope Division
  • 1988 Take My Daughters, Please
  • 1994 Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 In. Women
  • 1996 The Munsters’ Scary Little Christmas
  • 1999 Batman Beyond: The Movie
  • 1999 Soccer Dog: The Movie
  • 2000 The Amati Girls
  • 2002 Mom’s on Strike
  • 2003 Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales
  • 2003 Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade
  • 2003 Recess: All Growed Down
  • 2005 McBride: Anybody Here Murder Marty?
  • 2007 Lake Placid 2
  • 2008 Ring of Death
  • 2011 The Craigslist Killer
  • 2011 Holiday Engagement
  • 2012 Cupid, Inc.
  • 2012 Blue Eyed Butcher
  • 2012 Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

Pilots

  • 1982 Not Necessarily the News
  • 1999 Chaos Theory
  • 2000 Those Who Can
  • 2013 Dads

Specials

  • 1990 The Best of the Tracey Ullman Show
  • 1996 Teenage Confidential
  • 1998 Tracey Ullman Backstage

Episodic

  • 1976 Our story
  • 1986 Easy Street
  • 1998 Pulp Comics

Video games

  • 2000 Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2
  • 2001 Command & Conquer: Yuri’s Revenge
  • 2003 Command & Conquer: Generals
  • 2004 Law & Order: Justice is Served
  • 2014 Sunset Overdrive

As producer

  • 1998 Slappy and the Stinkers

Stage Appearances

  • The Merry Wives of Windsor, Delacorte Theatre, Joseph Papp PublicTheater/New York Shakespeare Festival, New York City, 1974
  • (Off-Broadway debut) Lonnie, The Taking of Miss Janie, New York Shakespeare Festival, Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, 1975
  • Otis Fitzhugh, Ballymurphy, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City,1976
  • Bobby Wheeler, Clarence, Roundabout Theatre, New York City, 1976
  • Doalty, Translations, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1981
  • The Great Magoo, Hartford Stage Company, Hartford, CT, 1982
  • Mick Connor, Comedians, Manhattan Punch Line Theatre, New York City, 1983
  • Man Overboard, Sargent Theatre, New York City, 1983
  • Benjamin “Kid Purple” Schwartz, Kid Purple, Manhattan Punch Line Theatre, 1984
  • Homesteaders, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1984
  • Phil, Desperadoes, in Marathon ’85, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, 1985
  • Mike Connor, The Philadelphia Story, Hartman Theatre, Stamford, CT, 1985
  • Union Boys, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1985
  • L.A. Freewheeling, Hartley House Theatre, New York City, 1986
  • Savage in Limbo, O’Neill Theatre Center, New London, CT, 1987, then Cast Theatre, Los Angeles
  • Also appeared as Phil, The Dumping Ground, Ensemble Studio Theatre; and in WelfareThe Store, and Lucky Star, all Ensemble Studio Theatre; A Soldier’s Play, New York City; The Connection, New York City.

Sam Mcmurray Net Worth

He has a net worth of $1.6 MILLION.

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