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is an American actor, comedian, voice actor and writer, best known for his improvisational comedy.
His most recent notable work has been in Christopher Guest films, such as A Mighty Wind, in which he played "Mike La Fontaine," a character known for his catchphrase, "Eh? "; Best in Show, in which he portrayed "Buck Laughlin," a dog show announcer who offered up an unending stream of bad jokes and off-color comments; Waiting for Guffman, in which he played "Ron Albertson," a travel agent who performs in amateur stage productions with his wife; This Is Spinal Tap, in which he played a lieutenant on the military base where Spinal Tap play; and For Your Consideration as an obnoxious entertainment television show anchor.
For his performance in Waiting for Guffman he received an American Comedy Award nomination and a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Funniest Supporting Actor.
In a brief interview on the DVD extras of the 2007 documentary film Heckler, Willard reports that the audience at one screening of the film booed when his character interrupted an attempted sexual assault of the female lead character.
Willard achieved wider fame in 1977 and '78 as Martin Mull's sidekick and announcer, "Jerry Hubbard", on the Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman spinoffs Fernwood 2 Night, Forever Fernwood, and America 2-Night, which parodied the nighttime talk shows of the day.
One of his earliest jobs was at The Second City, Chicago, where he shared the stage with Robert Klein and David Steinberg.He received the Boston Film Critics Award, an American Comedy Award, a Sierra Award and a tribute from AFI for his portrayal as Buck Laughlin in Best in Show.He also appeared in American Wedding, and as KVWN news director Ed Harken in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.He was a founding member of the improvisational comedy group Ace Trucking Company.Fellow members of Ace included Michael Mislove and Bill Saluga. soldier, having graduated from the Kentucky Military Institute and the Virginia Military Institute.