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Oliver Muirhead


Oliver Muirhead

Oliver Muirhead
Born (1957-05-29) May 29, 1957
London, England
Other names George Mole
Occupation Actor
Years active 1974–present

Oliver Muirhead (born May 29, 1957) is an English character actor known for often portraying pompous country gentlemen. In 1986, he also directed the musical pantomime A Christmas Held Captive. In addition to acting, Muirhead has also lent his voice to various animated series such as P.J. Sparkles and Spider-Man and the video games Zork: Grand Inquisitor, Dead to Rights, The Hobbit and Eragon.

He is perhaps most recognisable in the USA for his appearances in 1990s commercials for Tombstone Pizza.

In 1991, he starred in the soap opera Santa Barbara as Mr. Marx: he hired Gina at the Santa Barbara Sperm Bank.


Year Title Role Notes
1989 She's Out of Control Nigel
1993 Ghost Brigade Richard Bradley Alternative title: The Killing Box and Grey Knight
1996 Spider-Man: Sins of the Fathers The Spot (Voice) Direct-to-video release
1997 Swimsuit: The Movie Jeremy Hollister
1999 The Duke Cecil Cavendish
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me British Colonel
2000 MVP: Most Valuable Primate Dr. Peabody
2002 Man of the Year Reg
2005 Fun with Dick and Jane Account Rep, Grand Cayman Bank Alternative title: Alternative Career
2006 Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Mr. Greene Alternative title: Garfield 2
2007 Alvin and the Chipmunks Butler
National Treasure: Book of Secrets Control Room Guard
2008 An American Carol Neville Chamberlain
Super Capers Herbert Q
Son of Mourning JBS News Anchor
2010 The Social Network Mr. Kenwright
2011 Like Crazy Bernard
2012 The Beauty Inside Alex #23
2014 The Movie
Year Title Role Notes
1989 Tarzan in Manhattan Television film
Jake and the Fatman Mr. Pruitt Episode: "My Shining Hour"
1990–1991 Who's the Boss? Maitre d'
2 episodes
1991 Santa Barbara Mr. Marx
1993 Living Single Waiter 1 episode
1994 Getting By Niles 1 episode
Married... with Children Mr. Blithers Episode: "Driving Mr. Boondy"
1995 Kirk Mr. Chumwell 1 episode
All That Health Inspector 1 episode: Good Burger sketch
1995–1996 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Mr. Sunshine
2 episodes
1996 Maybe This Time Mr. Nichols 1 episode
1996–1997 Spider-Man Dr. Jonathan Ohn (Voice) 4 episodes
1997 Meego Mr. McQuidy 1 episode
1997–1998 Unhappily Ever After Mr. Monteleone 6 episodes
1998 Suddenly Susan Dr. Hale 1 episode
Seinfeld Lubeck Episode: "The Frogger"
1999 Kenan & Kel Waiter/Gavin Episode: "Freezer Burned"
2000 The Beach Boys: An American Family TV Host Television film
Friends The Jeweler Episode: "The One With the Ring"
2001–2002 Buffy, the Vampire Slayer Phili Episodes: "Checkpoint"
"Never Leave Me"
2003 The Parkers Ben 1 episode
Will & Grace Walter Episode: "Strangers With Candic"
Joan of Arcadia Proctor God 1 episode
2004 Yes, Dear Coleman 1 episode
2005 Las Vegas Valet Episode: "Hide and Sneak"
2006 Lost Monsignor Episode: "?"
2006 Gilmore Girls Arthur Gordon Episode: "Brideshead Revisted"
2007 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Mr. Duatch Episode: "A Nugget of History"
Notes from the Underbelly Dr. Bob Jennings Episode: "Julie and Eric's Baby"
2008 iCarly Harry Joyner Episode: "iHeart Art"
2009 Bones Badgley Mormont Episode: "The Salt in the Wounds"
2009 The Big Bang Theory Dr. Laughlin Episode: "The Pirate Solution"
2009 NCIS Jay Danorth Episode: "Reunion"
2010 True Jackson, VP Ian the butler Episode: "True Royal"
2010 Castle Steven Heisler Episode: "Last Call"
2011 Pair of Kings King of the island Cornea Episode: "Kings And An Eye"
Switched at Birth Hair Salon owner 3 episodes
2013 Jessie Nigel Pettigrew Episode: "We Don't Need No Stinkin' Badges"
2014-2015 Mighty Med Ambrose 2 episodes

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