July 19, 1974 |
Bay View, Wisconsin
|Occupation||Actor, comedian, voice actor|
|Years active||2005 - present|
Eric Price is an American actor, comedian and voice actor. Price is most notable for his membership in the recurring cast of comedians on sketch comedy series MADtv during its 14th Season. He is also known for his voice roles as Paddy and Mooch in Alpha and Omega and its first sequel.
Price was born on July 19, 1974 in Bay View, Wisconsin. He worked at ComedySportz for several years in Milwaukee before making it to Hollywood. During his years in Milwaukee, Price appeared for a number of years with the seminal improv troupe The Dead Alewives, several members of which have gone on to entertainment industry acclaim since the group's dissolution.
Price joined the cast of MADtv in 2008 as a feature performer for the show's final season (season 14; 2008-2009 season). Despite not being featured much in episodes, Price had a recurring character (Darnell, the effeminate gay student in Coach Hines' gym class) and some memorable celebrity impressions (Don Knotts' Barney Fife from The Andy Griffith Show, Gordon Ramsey, Warren Buffett, Robert De Niro, Tim Gunn, and Kevin Jonas of The Jonas Brothers).
|Character||Sketch||Season of First Appearance||Catch Phrase||Notes|
|Darnell||Coach Hines||14||None||He is a gay member of Coach Hines (Keegan-Michael Key) sports team who has a crush on the coach.|
|Celebrity||Sketch||Season of First Appearance||Notes|
|Warren Buffett||Various||14||American investor, businessman, and philanthropist.|
|Robert De Niro||Various||14||Actor|
|Tim Gunn||Various||14||Fashion consultant|
|Kevin Jonas||Various||14||Musician; member of the Jonas Brothers|
|Phil Keoghan||Various||14||television personality|
|Don Knotts||Various||14||As his character Barney Fife from The Andy Griffith Show.|
|Nigel Lythgoe||Various||14||Director, producer|
|Gordon Ramsay||Various||14||Chef, television personality|
|Caroll Spinney||Various||14||As his character Big Bird from Sesame Street.|
Price also made a voice role in the computer animated comedy-drama, Alpha and Omega. The film was released in September 17, 2010.[needs update] He also reprised his role in Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure, which came out in October 8, 2013.
|Year||Title||Role||Box Office Performance||Director||Other notes|
|2005||The Godfather of Green Bay||Ratboy||N/A||Pete Schwaba||Comedy|
|2007||Inner Dudes||Steve||N/A||Jeff Crocker||Comedy (Short Film)|
|2007||Reno 911!: Miami||Wrestling Referee||$22,021,262 (worldwide)||Robert Ben Garant||Comedy|
|2010||Alpha and Omega||Paddy/Mooch||$60,507,267||Anthony Bell
|2013||Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure||Paddy||N/A||Richard Rich||Comedy/Adventure, Animation|
|Year||Title||Role||Total Episodes||Other notes|
|2005 - 2009||Reno 911!||Various||3||Comedy/mockumentary|
|2007||American Body Shop||Tony||1|
|2008 - 2009, 2016||MADtv||Various Characters||12||Sketch Comedy|
Voice acting and video game appearances
|2007||Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane||Madison||Video game|