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Martin Mull is featured in Season 2 of Showtime's documentary series "Inside Comedy."

After graduating from public high school, Martin Mull spent the next six years at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he received both his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Fine Arts. A Master's Degree doesn't automatically make one smart and, to prove that point, Mull embarked on a career as a musician/singer/songwriter/comedian.

The next 15 years of performing — in virtually every facility that could
Martin Mull in "Dads"
Martin Mull Dads
boast an adequate sound system — was fueled in part by the release of four albums on Capricorn Records, two for ABC Records, and one for Elektra Records. "I'm Everyone I've Ever Loved" was nominated for a Grammy for Best Comedy Recording. The following year, "Sex and Violins" was nominated for Best Cover Design. 

His acting debut was made on Norman Lear's "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman." Then, he hosted the half-hour talk shows "Fernwood 2 Night" and, subsequently, "America 2Nite." From there, Mull starred in two series for CBS: "Domestic Life" and "His and Hers," as well as "The History of White People" for Cinemax. The latter, a six-part "mockumentary," won the cable-TV ACE Award, the Writer's Guild of America Award, and was placed by TIME magazine in its "Top Ten Shows of the Year." 

Mull spent the following eight years as a regular on the hit series "Roseanne" and also starred in "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch." From 1998–2004, he occupied the center square in the game show revival of "Hollywood Squares." Since 1978, Mull has appeared in numerous feature films, including starring roles in "Clue," "Serial" and "Rented Lips," which he also wrote; and featured roles in such films as "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Jingle All the Way," "Mr. Mom," "FM" and "My Bodyguard." More recently, he was seen in "Killers," opposite Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl.

On television, he recently had recurring roles in CBS's "Two and a Half Men" and FOX's "'Til Death." He also provides the voice of Father Donovan in the animated series "American Dad!"

Also an exhibiting artist, Martin's paintings have been shown in numerous galleries and museums worldwide.

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How tall is Martin Mull? How old is Martin Mull? Find out here.

Age: 73 years old
Birthday: August 18, 1943
Height: 5' 10"
Full Name / Real Name: Martin Eugene Mull
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Wife: Wendy Mull (6/5/1982, 1 child)
Sandra Baker (9/9/1978 - 11/26/1981, divorced)
Kristin Johnson (1972 - 1978, divorced)

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