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Net Worth:
$8 Million
Date of Birth:
Aug 18, 1943 (80 years old)
Place of Birth:
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Actor, Comedian, Painter, Musician, Screenwriter
United States of America
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Martin Mull is an American actor, writer, producer, musician, and painter who has a net worth of $8 million. Mull starred as Garth Gimble/Barth Gimble on the syndicated series "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" (1976–1977) and Barth Gimble on the spin-offs "Fernwood 2 Night" (1977) and "America 2-Night" (1978). He also played Leon Carp on "Roseanne" (1991–1997), Willard Kraft on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" (1997–2000), and Ed Munn on "The Ellen Show" (2001–2002), and he had a memorable role as incompetent private detective Gene Parmesan on "Arrested Development" (2004; 2013–2019). Martin has more than 140 acting credits to his name, including the films "Mr. Mom" (1983), "Clue" (1985), "Mrs. Doubtfire" (1993), "Jingle All the Way" (1996), "Killers" (2010), and "A Futile and Stupid Gesture" (2018) and the television series "Domestic Life" (1984), "Two and a Half Men" (2008–2013), "'Til Death" (2010), "Dads" (2013–2014), "Veep" (2016), "The Ranch" (2016–2018), "I'm Sorry" (2017–2019), and "The Cool Kids" (2018–2019).

Mull created "Domestic Life" and wrote the TV movies "The History of White People in America" (1985) and "The History of White People in America: Volume II" (1986) and the films "Rented Lips" (1987) and "Portrait of a White Marriage" (1988). He also produced "Rented Lips" and "Portrait of a White Marriage" and the 1986 TV movie "Clue: Movies, Murder & Mystery." Martin released the albums "Martin Mull" (1972), "Martin Mull and His Fabulous Furniture in Your Living Room! " (1973), "Normal" (1974), "In the Soop with Martin Mull" (1974), "Days of Wine and Neuroses" (1975), "I'm Everyone I've Ever Loved" (1977), "No Hits, Four Errors – The Best of Martin Mull" (1977), "Sex & Violins" (1978), "Near Perfect/Perfect" (1979), and "Mulling It Over – A Musical Ouvre-View of Martin Mull" (1998), and his single "Dueling Tubas" reached #92 on the "Billboard" Hot 100 in 1973.

Early Life

Martin Mull was born Martin Eugene Mull on August 18, 1943, in Chicago, Illinois. He is the son of actress/director Betty Mull and carpenter Harold Mull. When Martin was 2 years old, the family moved to North Ridgeville, Ohio, and they relocated to New Canaan, Connecticut, when he was 15. Mull attended New Canaan High School, and after graduation, he studied painting at the Rhode Island School of Design. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1965 and a Master of Fine Arts in 1967.


Martin's entertainment career began as a songwriter, and he wrote the 1970 Jane Morgan country song "A Girl Named Johnny Cash," which reached #61 on the "Billboard" country music chart. During the '70s, Mull was a musical comedian, and he opened for artists such as Randy Newman, Billy Joel, Frank Zappa, and Bruce Springsteen. Martin made his acting debut on "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" in 1976, appearing in 49 episodes of the show. He later starred on the spin-offs "Fernwood 2 Night" and "America 2-Night." Mull guest-starred on "Wonder Woman" (1977) and "Taxi" (1979), and in 1978, he appeared in his first film, "FM." He followed "FM" with "Serial" (1980), "My Bodyguard" (1980), "Take This Job and Shove It" (1981), "Mr. Mom" (1983), "Bad Manners" (1984), "California Girls" (1985), "O.C. and Stiggs" (1985), "The Boss' Wife" (1986), and "Cutting Class" (1989). In 1985, he played Colonel Mustard in "Clue" alongside Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, and Lesley Ann Warren. Mull, Warren, and Lloyd appeared in a "Clue"-inspired episode of the USA Network series "Psych," entitled "100 Clues," in 2013. In the '80s, Martin appeared in the TV movies "Sunset Limousine" (1983), "The History of White People in America" (1985), and "Lots of Luck" (1985), and he starred as Martin Crane on the CBS sitcom "Domestic Life," which he also created and wrote for. He guest-starred on "The Golden Girls" (1990), "Get a Life" (1991), "The Larry Sanders Show" (1992–1993), "Burke's Law" (1994), and "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1995), and in 1993, he voiced Skip Binsford on the CBS animated series "Family Dog."


From 1991 to 1997, Mull played Leon Carp on the ABC sitcom "Roseanne," appearing in 46 episodes of the show, and from 1997 to 2000, he portrayed Willard Kraft in more than 70 episodes of ABC's "Sabrina the Teenage Witch." He appeared in the films "Ski Patrol" (1990), "Far Out Man" (1990), "Miracle Beach" (1992), "Dance with Death" (1992), "How the West Was Fun" (1994), "Mr. Write" (1994), "Edie & Pen" (1996), "101 Dalmatians" (1996), "Beverly Hills Family Robinson" (1997), "Zack and Reba" (1998), and "Richie Rich's Christmas Wish" (1998), and he co-starred with Robin Williams and Sally Field in 1993's "Mrs. Doubtfire" and with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, and Phil Hartman in 1996's "Jingle All the Way." "Mrs. Doubtfire" was a huge hit, grossing $441.3 million against a $25 million budget, and it won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical. From 2001 to 2002, Martin played Ed Munn on Ellen DeGeneres' "The Ellen Show," and around this time, he guest-starred on "Just Shoot Me!" (2000), "Reba" (2003), and "Reno 911!" (2004) and voiced Governor Kevin on "Teamo Supremo" (2002) and "Vlad Plasmius/Vlad Masters on "Danny Phantom" (2004–2007). In 2004, he began a six-episode stint on the critically-acclaimed series "Arrested Development," and he had a recurring role as Principal Fink on "The War at Home" in 2007.

Mull appeared in the films "Attention Shoppers" (2000), "The Year That Trembled" (2002), "A Boyfriend for Christmas" (2004), and "Relative Strangers" (2006), then he had recurring roles as Russell the pharmacist on "Two and a Half Men" (2008–2013) and Whitey/Mr. White on "'Til Death" (2010). From 2013 to 2014, he played Crawford Whittemore on the Fox sitcom "Dads," and he earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for his performance as Bob Bradley on "Veep" in 2016. Martin co-starred with Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher in the 2010 film "Killers," and he reunited with Kutcher on the Netflix series "The Ranch," which he had a recurring role on from 2016 to 2020. He guest-starred on "NCIS: Los Angeles" (2018), "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (2020), "Bless This Mess" (2020), and "Grace and Frankie" (2022), and he had a recurring role on the TruTV sitcom "I'm Sorry" from 2017 to 2019. In 2018, he narrated the Netflix film "A Futile and Stupid Gesture," and from 2018 to 2019, he starred as Charlie on the Fox series "The Cool Kids" alongside David Alan Grier, Leslie Jordan, and Vicki Lawrence.

Personal Life

Martin was married to Kristin Johnson from 1972 to 1978, then he wed Sandra Baker in September of that year. After Mull and Baker divorced in November 1981, he married singer Wendy Haas on June 5, 1982. The couple welcomed daughter Maggie in 1986. Maggie began working as a producer on the long-running Fox series "Family Guy" in 2019, and she has written for the show as well. She has also served as a writer and producer on "Life in Pieces," which Martin had a recurring role on from 2015 to 2017. During a 2010 interview on the Showtime talk show "The Green Room with Paul Provenza," Mull said that he was agnostic, stating, "I certainly don't begrudge someone else their choice to follow whatever they do, it's just for me, it doesn't make a lot of sense. I think more harm has come to this planet through organized religion, probably, than any single situation that we've invented."

Awards and Nominations

In 2016, Mull received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for "Veep." The series also earned him a Gold Derby Award for Comedy Guest Actor and an Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series. Martin has received two CableACE Award nominations for "The History of White People in America" series, winning the Comedy Special award in 1985 and earning a nomination for Writing a Comedy Series in 1988. In 2008, "Roseanne" won the Innovator Award at the TV Land Awards, and in 2001, Mull received a DVD Exclusive Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Zack and Reba."

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