Martin Mull Biography, Age, Height, Music, Paintings, Net worth


Martin Mull Biography

Martin Mull born (Martin Eugene Mull) is an American actor, comedian, and singer known for having appeared in many television and film roles. He is also a painter and a recording artist. He rose to fame on his role on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, and its spin-off Fernwood 2 Night.

Artin Mull Age

Mull was born on 18th of August 18, 1943, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. He is 76 years old as of 2019.

Martin Mull Height

He stands at a height of 5ft 9 (175.3 cm),

Martin Mull Family

He was born the son to  Betty, an actress (mother), and director, and Harold Mull, a carpenter (father). His family relocated to North Ridgeville, Ohio, when he was two years old. They Reside there till when he was 15 years old when his family moved to New Canaan, Connecticut.

Martin Mull Wife | Is Martin Mull Gay

Martin is a married man and he has been married three times. His first wife was Kristin Johnson. the pair were married from 1972 to 1978. Martin later married Sandra Baker in 1978 but they got divorced in 1981. He then got married to his third wife singer Wendy Has in 1982 and the couple has been together ever since.

Martin Mull Children

With his wife Wendy, They have one grown daughter together named Maggie.

Martin Mull Education

He got enrolled and later graduated from public high school. He then joined  and  studied painting and later graduated in 1965 from the Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and in 1967 with a Master of Fine Arts in painting

Martin Mull Career

Mull’s is known for his acting role was as Garth Gimble in the 1976 television nighttime absurdist soap opera Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. This role led to work in the spin-off comedy talk shows Fernwood 2 Night (1977) and America 2-Night (1978),  where he played talk show host Barth Gimble (Garth Gimble’s twin brother), opposite Fred Willard, as sidekick Jerry Hubbard.

He as well appeared in the Taxi episode Hollywood Calling. Mull created, he as well wrote and starred in the short-lived 1984 CBS sitcom Domestic Life, with Megan Follows playing his teenaged daughter. He was then featured as a hippie who was afraid of the outside world In one episode of The Golden Girls, h. Martin also had a long-running role as Leon Carp, Roseanne Conner’s gay boss (and later business partner) on the TV series Roseanne.

He was featured as a supporting role in the film Mr. Mom, and starred in a series of commercials for Michelob and Pizza Hut, and also in a series of television and radio commercials for Red Roof Inn. He as well appeared in the Pecos Bill episode of the Shelley Duvall TV series Tall Tales & Legends. He voiced of Vlad Masters/Vlad Plasmius, the main villain in Danny Phantom.

Mull has appeared as a guest star on the game show Hollywood Squares, appearing as the center square in the show’s final season, from 2003 to 2004. In late 2004 and in 2013’s Netflix-produced Season 4, he portrayed Gene Parmesan, a private investigator, on the TV series Arrested Development. During 2008 and 2009, Mull guest-starred in two episodes of the television series Gary Unmarried as Allison’s father. Mull as well starred in the Fox sitcom Dads. He currently stars in The Cool Kids along with David Alan Grier, Vicki Lawrence, and Leslie Jordan.

Martin broke into show business as a songwriter, penning Jane Morgan’s 1970 country single, A Girl Named Johnny Cash, which that got to be ranked 61st on Billboard’s country charts. He thereafter he began his own recording career.

In the 1970s, he went viral as a musical comedian, performing satirical and humorous songs both live and in-studio recordings. Notable live gigs included opening for Randy Newman and Sandy Denny at Boston Symphony Hall in 1973; Frank Zappa at Austin’s Armadillo World Headquarters in 1973; Billy Joel in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in 1974; and for Bruce Springsteen at the Shady Grove Music Fair in Gaithersburg, Maryland, on October 1974. His self-titled debut album, released by Capricorn in 1972, featured many noteworthy musicians, including Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Levon Helm from The Band, Keith Spring of NRBQ and Libby Titus.[8] Elvis Costello and Gary Sperrazza attribute the remark, “Writing about music is like dancing about architecture” to Martin Mull.

Martin Mull Net Worth

Mull has an estimated net worth of $6 million.

Martin Mull Art | Martin Mull Paintings

Mull began his painting career in the 1970s and has work appear in a group and also solo exhibits. In June he June 15th of 1971 took part in the exhibit “Flush with the Walls” in the men’s room of the Boston Museum of Art to protest for the lack of contemporary and local art in the museum. He combines photorealist painting, and the pop art and collage styles.

He authored and published a book of some of his paintings, titled Paintings Drawings and Words, in 1995. In 2008 one of his paintings was used on the cover for the 2008 Joyce Carol Oates novel My Sister, My Love.  Another painting, owned by Steve Martin titled After Dinner Drinks the same year, was used for the cover of Love Has Come for You, an album by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell.

Martin Mull Music

  • Martin Mull (1972)
  • “Dueling Tubas” (Single) charted at #92 on Billboard’s Hot 100 (1973)
  • Martin Mull and His Fabulous Furniture in Your Living Room! (1973)
  • Normal (1974)
  • In the Soop with Martin Mull (also with: Ed Wise and Les Daniels) (1974)
  • Days of Wine and Neuroses (1975)
  • I’m Everyone I’ve Ever Loved (1977)
  • No Hits, Four Errors – The Best of Martin Mull (1977)
  • Sex & Violins (1978)
  • Near Perfect/Perfect (1979)
  • Mulling It Over – A Musical Oeuvre-View of Martin Mull (1998)

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