Kind at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival
Richard Bruce Kind
November 22, 1956
Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.
|Alma mater||Northwestern University|
Richard Bruce Kind (born November 22, 1956) is an American actor, known for his roles in the sitcoms: Dr. Mark Devanow in Mad About You (1992–1999, 2019), Paul Lassiter in Spin City (1996–2002) and Andy in Curb Your Enthusiasm (2002–2020); as well as for portraying Arthur in A Serious Man (2009).Kind is also known for his voice performances in various Pixar films such as A Bug's Life (1998), Cars (2006), Toy Story 3 (2010), Cars 2 (2011) and Inside Out (2015). He was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his performance as Marcus Hoff in the 2013 Broadway production of The Big Knife .
Kind was born to a Jewish family, in the New Jersey capital of Trenton, the son of Alice, a homemaker, and Samuel Kind, a jeweler who formerly owned La Vake's Jewelry in Princeton.Together with his younger sister, Joanne, he grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in a neighborhood called Pennsbury Heights. Richard attended Pennsbury High School with fellow actor Robert Curtis Brown, and he graduated in 1974. In 1978 he graduated from Northwestern University, where he was in the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He is also an alumnus of The Second City in Chicago.
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Kind portrayed Dr. Mark Devanow on Mad About You throughout the show's run, although after he took the role of Paul Lassiter on Spin City , he appeared on Mad About You with less frequency. Kind and Michael Boatman were the only two actors to appear in every episode of Spin City. While these are his two highest profile TV appearances, his first big break on television was as a member of the ensemble cast of Carol Burnett's brief return to sketch comedy, Carol & Company , which ran for two seasons beginning in 1990 on NBC.
Kind created the role of Addison Mizner in Stephen Sondheim’s Bounce , and has appeared on Broadway in The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife (2000), The Producers (2002), and Sly Fox (2004). He also appeared as the “Jury Foreman” in the film The Producers (2005) and played the lead role of Max Bialystock in a Hollywood Bowl production during July 27–29, 2012.
His voice credits include Larry the Anaconda in The Wild , “Clark” in the “Clark & Lewis Expedition” radio commercials for Horizon Air (with Patrick Warburton as “Lewis”), Molt in Disney/Pixar’s A Bug's Life , Van in Disney/Pixar’s Cars and Cars 2 , the narrator for Disney’s Go Baby , and Tom in Tom and Jerry: The Movie . He had a recurring role on the Disney Channel series Kim Possible as the villain Frugal Lucre. He guest stars in The Penguins of Madagascar as Roger the Alligator in the episodes "Haunted Habitat", "Roger Dodger", "Gator Watch", "April Fools", "The All Nighter Before Christmas", and "Operation: Neighbor Swap". He also plays the role of Gumbo in an episode of Chowder on Cartoon Network. In 2000 he did the voice of Mr. Dobbins in Tom Sawyer . In 2001–02, he voiced the character of Pongo in five episodes of the animated series Oswald .
He also had a minor role as Gary Meyers, an archaeologist who translated the symbols on the Stargate prior to James Spader's character's involvement in the 1994 movie Stargate . He appeared in five episodes of Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm between 2002 and 2020 as Larry's cousin Andy. In 2006, he guest starred on Stargate Atlantis as Lucius Lavin, in the episodes "Irresistible" and "Irresponsible," making him the only actor to appear in both the original Stargate film, and in Stargate Atlantis (as different characters).
Kind had a recurring role in Scrubs as Harvey Corman, an annoying hypochondriac, who claimed that having the same name as Harvey Korman did not "get as much action as you may think". He also played a role on USA's crime comedy Psych as Hugo, an astronomer who killed a partner for credit for the discovery of a planet ("From the Earth to the Starbucks"), and later on Law & Order: Criminal Intent as a wealthy philanthropist who kills his sister-in-law and niece to protect the money he uses to fund his philanthropic work ("Privilege").
Actor/director George Clooney is a close friend, and was best man at Kind's wedding to Dana Stanley in 1999. Kind later went on to play the part of a casting director in Clooney's directorial debut Confessions of a Dangerous Mind . Kind also played himself in the short-lived HBO series Unscripted , which Clooney executive produced and directed with Grant Heslov, as well as Argo , which was produced by both Clooney and Heslov.
Kind has performed in radio/audio plays for the LA Theatre Works and the Hollywood Theater of the Ear, and served as a guest panelist on the 2000 revival of the television game show To Tell the Truth .
Kind guest starred on the Disney Channel series Even Stevens , where he played the surly Uncle Chuck. He appeared in the film National Lampoon's Bag Boy in 2007. He also appeared in an episode of CBS' Two and a Half Men with Spin City former co-star Charlie Sheen covered in Tiger's Blood on November 12, 2007, and played Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at the Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts in Fairfield, Iowa.
Kind also starred in the independent black comedy feature, The Understudy in 2008. He also played a small role on TNT's hit show Leverage playing the part of a corrupt mayor in the second season two-part finale. In 2007, Kind played a short role in the indie film The Visitor as Richard Jenkins's neighbor, Jacob. In 2008, Kind performed the role of Voltaire in the New York City Opera production of Leonard Bernstein's Candide . Kind played the major supporting role of Arthur Gopnik in the Coen brothers' dark comedy film A Serious Man . He voiced Bookworm in Toy Story 3 . He played the role of burnt spy Jesse's ex-boss, in three episodes of season 4 of Burn Notice as Marv, and had a small role in Clint Eastwood's Hereafter , as Christos Andryo, in 2010.
In 2011, Kind guest starred in an episode of the ABC sitcom Mr. Sunshine as Rod the Bod, and played a supporting dramatic role as Mr. Camp in the feature film Fancypants . He is the voice of "Clark" in the "Clark & Lewis Expedition" radio commercials for Horizon Air with Patrick Warburton as "Lewis". He starred in the HBO series Luck until its cancellation, and he is also the spokesman for On-Cor frozen foods. He also guest starred in Phineas and Ferb in the episode "Perry the Actorpus" as the Totally Tools executive. In 2012, he was featured in Divorce Invitation , and he played a small role in the film Argo as screenwriter Max Klein. In February 2013, he made a guest appearance on Kroll Show . In 2015, he played the GED instructor on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt . He played the mayor Aubrey James in Gotham .
Kind voiced Riley's imaginary friend Bing Bong in Pixar's Inside Out .He provides the voice of Olly and Saraline's dad Harvey Timbers in Welcome to the Wayne . He also provided the voice of Nightmare Cupcake from Crossy Road: The Series.
Kind married Dana Stanley on November 14, 1999,and they have three children, a son Max, and two daughters, Samantha and Skylar.
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|1986||Nothing in Common||Ad Exec in Bar||Uncredited|
|Meanwhile in Santa Monica|
|Ghoulies Go to College||Cat Ghoulie (voice)|
|The Seventh Brother||JC|
|All-American Murder||Lou Alonzo|
|1992||Mr. Saturday Night||Reporter|
|1993||Tom and Jerry: The Movie||Tom (voice)|
|Quest of the Delta Knights||Wamthool|
|1994||Jimmy Hollywood||Angry Driver|
|Stargate||Gary Meyers, Ph.D|
|Cold Around the Heart||Attorney Nabbish|
|1998||A Bug's Life||Molt (voice)|
|1999||Our Friend, Martin||Mr. Willis (voice)|
|2000||Tom Sawyer||Mr. Dobbins (voice)|
|Confessions of a Dangerous Mind||Casting Executive Man|
|2003||The Station Agent||Louis Tiboni|
|Nobody Knows Anything!||Real Estate Agent|
|2004||Garfield: The Movie||Dad Rat (voice)|
|Elvis Has Left the Building||Burning Elvis|
|Dog Gone Love||Doug|
|The Producers||Jury Foreman|
|The Wild||Larry the Anaconda (voice)|
|I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With||Herb Hope|
|For Your Consideration||Marketing Person|
|The Emperor's Secret||Erkki Tuomioja (voice)||English version|
|Everyone's Hero||Hobo Andy, Maitre D' (voice)|
|Raising Flagg||Bill Reed|
|2007||The Grand||Andy Andrews|
|National Lampoon's Bag Boy||Dave Weiner|
|2008||Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief||Groundhog (voice)|
|Roadside Romeo||Guru (voice)||Uncredited|
|A Serious Man||Uncle Arthur|
|Heidi 4 Paws||Grandfather (voice)|
|Help Me, Help You||Fish|
|Santa Buddies||Eddy the Elf Dog (voice)|
|2010||Toy Story 3||Bookworm (voice)|
|The Search for Santa Paws||Eddy the Elf Dog (voice)|
|Cars 2||Van (voice)||Vocal cameo|
|2012||BuzzKill||Stan Fuller (voice)|
|The Producers||Max Bialystock|
|Divorce Invitation||George Mason|
|Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups||Eddy the Elf Dog (voice)|
|2013||Dealin' with Idiots||Harold|
|Chu and Blossom||Fred|
|The Angriest Man in Brooklyn||Bix Field|
|Yellowbird||Michka (voice)||English version|
|2015||Inside Out||Bing Bong (voice)|
|The Lennon Report||Dr. Stephan G. Lynn|
|2016||Albion: The Enchanted Stallion||Brian|
|The Paper Store||Professor Marty Kane|
|All We Had||Marty|
|2017||The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler||Hasid|
|Bernard and Huey||Marty|
|2019||The Last Laugh||Jimbo|
|2020||Rifkin's Festival||Mort's Father|
|TBA||Monsters of California|
|1985||Two Fathers' Justice||District Attorney Turpin||TV movie|
|1987||Hooperman||Reindeer||Episode: "Deck the Cell with Bars of Folly"|
|Bennett Brothers||Richard Bennett||TV movie|
|1988||My Sister Sam||Lang||Episode: "The Art of Love"|
|Mr. Belvedere||Joe||Episode: "Marsha's Secret"|
|1989||Empty Nest||Elton Sexton||Episode: "A Life in the Day"|
|Unsub||Jimmy Bello||8 episodes|
|21 Jump Street||Caller (voice)||Episode: "Next Victim"|
|Anything but Love||Bradley||Episode: "Just the Facts, Ma'am"|
|1990–91||Carol & Company||Skit characters||31 episodes|
|1991||Princesses||Len Kleckner||Episode: "Someday My Prince Will Gum"|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Skit characters|
|1992||Stand By Your Man||Larson||Episode: "Spare Me"|
|Great Scott!||Alberts||Episode: "Choir Mire"|
|Mad About You||Dr. Mark Devanow||39 episodes|
|1993||The Building||The Neurotic Director||Episode: "Father Knows Best"|
|1993–95||The Commish||Alex Beebee||6 episodes|
|1994||The Nanny||Jeffrey Needleman||Episode: "The Playwright"|
|Blue Skies||Kenny||8 episodes|
|1995||A Whole New Ballgame||Dwight Kling||7 episodes|
|Nowhere Man||Max Webb||Episode: "The Spider Webb"|
|1996||Space: Above and Beyond||Colonel Matthew Burke||Episode: "Level of Necessity"|
|Madness of Method||Owen Goodwin||TV short|
|1996–02||Spin City||Paul Lassiter||145 episodes|
|1998||Something So Right||Paul||Episode: "Something About the 'Men' in Menstruation"|
|The Lionhearts||Additional voices||Episode: "Singin' in the Mane"|
|1999||Strangers with Candy||Harry Link, DDS||Episode: "Who Wants Cake?"|
|The Wild Thornberrys||Lyrebird (voice)||Episode: "Koality and Kuantity"|
|2001||Even Stevens||Uncle Chuck Stevens||Episode: "Uncle Chuck"|
|The Santa Claus Brothers||Roy (voice)||TV movie|
|2001–02||Oswald||Pongo (voice)||5 episodes|
|2002–03||Still Standing||Dr. Nathan Gerber||2 episodes|
|2002–20||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Cousin Andy||6 episodes|
|2003||Just Shoot Me!||Jimmie Korsh||Episode: "The Last Temptation of Elliot"|
|Miss Match||Phil Weston||Episode: "Kate in Ex-tasy"|
|2003–04||Scrubs||Harvey Corman||4 episodes|
|2003–07||Kim Possible||Frugal Lucre (voice)||5 episodes|
|2004||Girlfriends||Peter Miller||Episode: "Prophet & Loss"|
|Oliver Beene||Barnaby Rollins||Episode: "X-ray Specs"|
|The Division||Hicks||Episode: "Lost and Found"|
|My Life, Inc.||Dan Mannion||TV movie|
|That '70s Show||Kimberly's Dad||Episode: "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"|
|Less than Perfect||Lance Corcoran||Episode: "Shoo-In"|
|Father of the Pride||Zebra (voice)||2 episodes|
|2004–08||Go Baby!||Narrator (voice)|
|2005||Head Cases||Lou Albertini||Episode: "S(elf) Help"|
|Genetically Challenged||Shermie Frankl||TV movie|
|E-Ring||Asst. Public Affairs Sec. Danton Murphy||2 episodes|
|2005–13||Sesame Street||Fairy Balloon Person, Mr. Disgracey||2 episodes|
|2005–present||American Dad!||Al Tuttle (voice)||29 episodes|
|2006||Three Moons Over Milford||Pete Watson||Episode: "Dog Day Aftermoon"|
|Stargate Atlantis||Lucius Lavin||2 episodes|
|The Angriest Man in Suburbia||Josh||TV movie|
|2007||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Ernest Foley||Episode: "Privilege"|
|Psych||Hugo||Episode: "From the Earth to Starbucks"|
|All of Us||Dennis||2 episodes|
|Two and a Half Men||Artie||Episode: "Is There a Mrs. Waffles?"|
|Sands of Oblivion||Ira||TV movie|
|2009||Chowder||Gumbo (voice)||Episode: "The Deadly Maze"|
|Dora the Explorer||Greedy King (voice)||Episode: "Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom: Trilogy 2"|
|Sherri||Whiny Neighbor||Episode: "Indecision '09"|
|2009–11||The Penguins of Madagascar||Roger (voice)||6 episodes|
|2010||Leverage||Mayor Bradford Culpepper III||2 episodes|
|Trauma||Ira||Episode: "Frequent Fliers"|
|'Til Death||Charlie||Episode: "Brother's Keeper"|
|Burn Notice||Marv||3 episodes|
|2011||Harry's Law||Marty Slumach||Episode: "Send in the Clowns"|
|Mr. Sunshine||Rod McDaniel||2 episodes|
|Femme Fatales||Jonathan Shields||Episode: "Behind Locked Doors, Part 1"|
|Phineas and Ferb||Executive (voice)||Episode: "Perry the Actorpus"|
|2011–12||Luck||Joey Rathburn||9 episodes|
|2012||Sketchy||Lord Arby||Episode: "Downtown Arby's"|
|NYC 22||Geoff Arnhauldt||Episode: "Thugs and Lovers"|
|2012–19||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Various||4 episodes|
|2013||Kroll Show||Mark||Episode: "Can I Finish?"|
|Golden Boy||Paul Daly||3 episodes|
|Childrens Hospital||Marvin||Episode: "Country Weekend"|
|Drop Dead Diva||Marty Frumm||Episode: "One Shot"|
|Dark Minions||Feldenbaum||TV movie|
|The Good Wife||Judge Alan Davies||Episode: "The Next Day"|
|2014||The Michael J. Fox Show||Mr. Norwood||Episode: "Secret"|
|Ten X Ten||Man 50s||Miniseries|
|Bad Teacher||Brie's Husband||Episode: "Pilot"|
|Glee||Mr. Rifkin||Episode: "The Back-Up Plan"|
|Sharknado 2: The Second One||Harland 'The Blaster' McGuinness||TV movie|
|TripTank||Dad, Stanley (voice)||2 episodes|
|The Middle||Dr. Niller||Episode: "Unbraceable You"|
|2014–15||Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja||Mort Weinerman (voice)||4 episodes|
|2014–17||Red Oaks||Sam Myers||24 episodes|
|2014–19||Gotham||Mayor Aubrey James||13 episodes|
|2015||What's Your Emergency||Devon Micketty||Episode: "Let's Make a Date"|
|Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt||Mr. Lefkovitz||Episode: "Kimmy Goes to School!"|
|Love Is Dead||Ken Bell||TV movie|
|Happyish||Moses||Episode: "Starring Helen Keller, Moses and Lenny Bruce"|
|Survivor's Remorse||Ira Irwin||Episode: "M.V.P."|
|2015–17||Disney's Crossy Road||Nightmare Cupcake (voice)||Recurring|
|2016||Elementary||Trent Garby||Episode: "A Study in Charlotte"|
|2016–17||Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures||Imperial Officer General Durpin (voice)||7 episodes|
|2017||Jeff & Some Aliens||Stanley (voice)||5 episodes|
|Man Seeking Woman||God||Episode: "Blood"|
|Still the King||Walt's Dad||Episode: "Flatbushes"|
|Disjointed||Special Agent Schwartz||Episode: "The Worst"|
|I'm Dying Up Here||Marty Dansak||5 episodes|
|The Librarians||Bennie Konopka||Episode: "And the Steal of Fortune"|
|2017–18||Elena of Avalor||Cucahute (voice)||2 episodes|
|2017–19||Tangled: The Series||Uncle Monty (voice)||8 episodes|
|Big Mouth||Marty Glouberman (voice)||19 episodes|
|Welcome to the Wayne||Harvey Timbers (voice)||2 episodes|
|2017-2020||The Goldbergs||Formica Michael Mikowitz||3 episodes|
|2018–19||Young Sheldon||Ira Rosenbloom||3 episodes|
|Summer Camp Island||Shark (voice)||5 episodes|
|2019||Documentary Now!||Larry||Episode: "Original Cast Album: Co-Op"|
|The Other Two||Skip Schamplin||4 episodes|
|The Good Fight||Judge Alan Davies||Episode: "The One Inspired by Roy Cohn"|
|Brockmire||Gus Barton||6 episodes|
|Last Week Tonight with John Oliver||Richard Sackler||Episode: "Opioids II"|
|At Home with Amy Sedaris||Sugar Griz||Episode: "Confectionaries"|
|Life in Pieces||Mort Stuart Short||Episode: "Cabana Hero Action Son"|
|Transparent||Howard||Episode: "Musicale Finale"|
|A Million Little Things||Seymour||Episode: "Austin"|
|John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch||Himself||Netflix Children's Musical Comedy Special|
|Bob's Burgers||Jules||Episode: "Flat-Top O' the Morning to Ya"|
|Almost Paradise||Uncle Danny||Episode: "Uncle Danny"|
|Penny Dreadful: City of Angels||Sam Bloom||Episode: "Dead People Lie Down"|
|The Simpsons||Director||Episode: "A Springfield Summer Christmas for Christmas"|
|1998||A Bug's Life||Molt|
|2012||Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom||Alpaca Guard|
|2018||Lego The Incredibles||Bing Bong|
|2012||Kevin Pollak's Chat Show||Himself/Guest||Episode: "147"|
|1984||Orwell That Ends Well||Performer||Village Gate, Off-Broadway|
|2000||The Tale of the Allergist's Wife||Ira (replacement)||Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Broadway|
|2001||The Producers||Max Bialystock (replacement)||St. James Theatre, Broadway|
|2002||Funny Girl||Mr. Renaldi||New Amsterdam Theater, Broadway|
|2003||Bounce||Addison Mizner||Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.|
|2004||Sly Fox||The Judge (replacement) |
Foxwell J. Sly (replacement)
|Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Broadway|
|2004||The Drowsy Chaperone||Performer||Dodger Stages, Off-Broadway|
|2005||Dirty Rotten Scoundrels||Andre (replacement)||Imperial Theatre, Broadway|
|2006||The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas||Senator Wingwoah||August Wilson Theatre, Broadway|
|2006||an oak tree||Father (replacement)||Barrow Street Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2007||Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell||Performer||Minetta Lane Theatre, Off-Broadway|
|2007||It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman||Performer||Stage Reading, California|
|2013||The Big Knife||Marcus Hoff||American Airlines Theater, Broadway|
|2016||Kiss Me Kate||Gangster||Roundabout Theater Company Benefit Concert|
|2018||Nassim||Performer||New York City Center Stage II, Off-Broadway|
|2019||Kiss Me Kate||Gangster (replacement)||Studio 54, Broadway|
|1995||Screen Actors Guild Award||Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy Series||Mad About You||Nominated|
|2009||Boston Society of Film Critics||Best Ensemble Cast||A Serious Man||Nominated|
|2009||Gotham Awards||Best Ensemble Performance||Nominated|
|2010||Independent Spirit Awards||Robert Altman Award||Won|
|2013||Tony Awards||Best Featured Actor in a Play||The Big Knife||Nominated|
|2013||Drama Desk Award||Best Featured Actor in a Play||Won|
|2013||Outer Critics Circle Award||Best Featured Actor in a Play||Nominated|
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