Actor and comedian whose voice acting work in the Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist animated series won him a 1995 Primetime Emmy Award. He also hosted a podcast called "Hey, We're Back." In 2003, he appeared alongside Eddie Murphy in the comedy film Daddy Day Care.
While studying at Goddard College, he earned the 1964 New York Ping Pong Championship title.
He was the lead musician in an R&B group called Katz and Jammers.
He was born in New York City to a family of Hungarian immigrants. He has two daughters with his wife Susan.
He attended college with playwright David Mamet; the two men became lifelong friends and collaborated on several theatrical and film projects.