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CHRIS ELLIOTT (Bob) earned four Emmy Awards for his writing during the 11 years he worked on the "David Letterman Show." Following that successful run he joined the ensemble cast of "Saturday Night Live" in its 1994 -1995 season.

Elliot co-wrote and starred in the 1992 feature film "Cabin Boy." Other film credits include the Farrelly brothers' outrageous hit comedy "There's Something About Mary," "Kingpin," the horror genre spoof "Scary Movie II," "Snowday," "Groundhog Day," "The Abyss" and "New York Stories."

For television. Elliot produced, wrote and starred in the 1990 series "Get a Life." His television credits also include guest appearances on "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," "Murphy Brown," "Wings," "The Naked Truth" and "The Larry Sanders Show." He was the voice of Dogbert on the animated series "Dilbert" and the voice of Triton on Disney's "Hercules." He is currently starring on the hit television comedy series "The Weber Show" (formerly titled "Cursed").

Also an author, Elliot co-wrote with his father, Chris Elliot, Daddy 's Boy. published in 1989.


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