Fred Stoller Wiki
Fred Stoller was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, the United States as Frederick “Fred” Stoller. He is an American stand-up comedian, actor, author, writer, and voice artist. Stoller is well known for the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond (1996), Seinfeld (1989) and also for the voice of Stanley in the Open Season (2006) franchise.
Fred Stoller Biography
Stoller had worked as a stand-up comedian in nightclubs since early 1980s and also television appearance, in 1987, when he featured on Stand-Up America and later on The Young Comedians Special alongside six other comedians.
He appeared as Gerard on the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, Mr. Lowe in Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide and as Sheldon Singer, the son of Harold Gould’s deli-owning character, on the short-lived sitcom Singer & Sons. He has also made guest appearances on several other TV series. He also wrote two episodes of Seinfeld (“The Soup” and the Kramer/chimpanzee subplot of “The Face Painter”). He also featured as Fred in the episode “The Secret Code”. Stoller is also known as the voices of Stanley in the Open Season franchise, Rusty the Wrench on Handy Manny, Fred the Squirrel in The Penguins of Madagascar, and Steve Tree in Oswald.
In 2012, Stoller published a successful e-book titled My Seinfeld Year, in which he chronicled his experiences after being hired as a new staff writer. He has since released a book titled Maybe We’ll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star, and a second e-book, Five Minutes to Kill: How the HBO Young Comedians Special Changed the Lives of 1989’s Funniest Comics, in 2017.
Fred Stoller Age
Frederick Stoller was born on March 19, 1958, in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Fred Stoller Family
Stoller was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States to a Jewish family, on March 19, 1958. He has one older sister.
Fred Stoller Wife
Fred Stoller wife’s and children information is not available to the public.
Fred Stoller Children
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Fred Stoller Height
- Height 6′ 1″ (1.85 m)
Fred Stoller Salary
His salary is estimated to be between $1ok to $50k per year.
Fred Stoller Net Worth
Fred Stoller has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Fred Stoller Book
- The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star 2013
- Maybe We’ll Have You Back: 2013
- My Seinfeld Year 2012
- How the HBO Young Comedians Special Changed the Lives of 1989’s Funniest Comics, in 2017.
Fred Stoller Movies And Tv Shows
- Crocodile Dundee (1986) – Uncredited
- Dumb and Dumber (1994) – Credited as “anxious man at the phone”
- Rebound (2005) – Late Carl
- Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (5 episodes, 1995–1997)
- The Drew Carey Show (1 episode, 1995)
- Seinfeld (writer, 2 episodes, 1994–1995 & acted in 1 episode 1995)
- Wings (1996) – Mr. Lutz
- Science Court (1997)
- Alright Already (1997)
- Friends (1997, 2001)
- Cow and Chicken (1997)
- I Am Weasel (1997)
Fred Stoller Friends
Fred Stoller featured in the film Friend an American television sitcom, playing the role of Stu, portraying a sarcastic waiter at Allesandro’s, where Monica is the head chef.
Fred Stoller Seinfeld
seinfeld is a book published by Stoller, where he wrote two episodes of Seinfeld, (“The Soup” and the Kramer/chimpanzee subplot of “The Face Painter”).
Fred Stoller Stand Up
Frederick “Fred” Stoller is an American stand-up comedian.
Fred Stoller Handy Manny
Fred Stoller has starred in the Handy Manny an American Canadian CGI-animated children’s television series, appearing as Rusty, portraying An orange monkey wrench who is not very brave and is a worrier and frightened of everything, generally being frightened of pretty much anything.
Fred Stoller Voices
Stoller is known as the voices of Stanley in the Open Season franchise, Rusty the Wrench on Handy Manny, Fred the Squirrel in The Penguins of Madagascar, and Steve Tree in Oswald.
Fred Stoller Disney Channel
Stoller appeared in Handy Manny American Canadian CGI-animated children’s television series. It is an original part of Disney Channel’s Playhouse Disney daily block intended for preschoolers.