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Fred Willard stars as Marsh McGinley on FOX's "Back to You."

Born and raised in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Fred Willard began his career by spending a year at Chicago's famed Second City.

Fred Willard's improvisational performance as "Buck Laughlin" in the film "Best in Show" earned him the Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor, the American Comedy Award for Funniest Performance by a Supporting Actor, nominations for Best Supporting Actor from the New York Film Critics and
Fred Willard as Marsh McGinley on "Back to You"
Fred Willard as Marsh McGinley Back to You
The National Film Critics Society and the Official Selection Award from AFI.

Fred Willard also appeared in the Christopher Guest film "Waiting for Guffman," which earned him an American Comedy Award nomination and a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Funniest Supporting Actor. Additional film credits for Fred Willard include "This Is Spinal Tap," "Roxanne," "The Wedding Planner," "How High," "American Pie 3," "A Mighty Wind" and "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" with Will Ferrell.

Fred Willard has received three Emmy Award nominations for his role as Martin Mull's lover on "Roseanne" and his recurring role on "Everybody Loves Raymond." Fred Willard also co-starred with Martin Mull in Norman Lear's innovative cult classic talk-show satire, "Fernwood 2Night." Fred Willard had recurring roles on "Ally McBeal," "The Simpsons" and "Mad About You." In addition, Fred Willard has made more than 50 appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."

Fred Willard has numerous stage roles to his credit, including off-Broadway performances in "Little Murders," directed by Alan Arkin, and "Arf," directed by Richard Benjamin. Fred Willard's regional roles include "Call Me Madam" in Chicago and the musicals "Promises, Promises" with Jason Alexander and "Anything Goes" with Rachel York, both in Los Angeles. Fred Willard starred in Wendy Wasserstein's "Isn't It Romantic" and "Elvis and Juliet," which was written by his wife, Mary. Fred Willard completed a sold-out run of his one-man show, "Fred Willard: Alone at Last!" (which was actually a sketch show with a cast of 12) and received two Los Angeles Artistic Director Awards for Best Comedy and Best Production.

Fred Willard lives in Los Angeles with his wife and is a huge baseball fan, especially when it comes to the Cleveland Indians.




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FRED WILLARD: FACTS

How tall is Fred Willard? How old is Fred Willard? Where does Fred Willard live? Find out here.

Age: 74 years old
Birthday: September 18, 1939
Height: 6' 2"
Birthplace: Shaker Heights, OH
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Mary Willard





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