Phil Hendrie Biography
Phil Hendrie is an American radio personality, actor, and voiceover artist. He is widely known for his voiceover talent throughout the radio and film industry. He came to prominence in the 1990s hosting The Phil Hendrie Show, a radio talk show where he portrayed both himself as a calm, rational host while simultaneously portraying any of several outrageous and offensive characters who would engage in debates with Hendrie and callers to the show.
Phil Hendrie Age
He was born on September 1, 1952, Arcadia, California, U.S.He is
Phil Hendrie Family
He was born and raised in Arcadia, California. In 1958 when Hendrie was five years old, his family took a road trip to visit relatives in Toronto, Canada. They listened to the radio the whole way. He knew then he wanted to work in radio one day. He was one of four children in an upper-middle-class Catholic family and an altar boy at Arcadia’s Holy Angels Church.
Hendrie’s father was a salesman who came to Los Angeles in 1950 after serving in the Canadian army during World War II. When Hendrie was 12 years old, listening to the radio was his escape. He was a huge fan of the Top 40 D.J. “Emperor” Bob Hudson and once rode his bike to radio station KRLA in Pasadena to meet him. When he was 13 years old, Hendrie’s parents divorced. His father moved to Europe and married a woman who had four kids.
Phil Hendrie Siblings
He has a brother by the name Herbert Darragh Hendrie Jr.
Phil Hendrie Wife
He married Maria Sanchez in 1997 but the marriage never succeeded as they split in 2007 and divorced. Maria Sanchez is a former KFI talk show host who launched her own radio program in 2013,7 may.
Phil Hendrie Children|Kids
There are no known children under his name. We shall keep you updated if we find any other information about his children.
Phil Hendrie Education
He attended Pasadena City College to earn an English degree. After one year at college, he left for Orlando, Florida, in the mid-1970s. He got a job in construction working on the build-out of Disney World.
Phil Hendrie Radio Talk Show
Hendrie show is a comedy talk radio program. The show is syndicated throughout North America on Westwood One. It is known for outrageous guests, the majority of whom are fictional and voiced live by the host, Phil Hendrie.
Though Hendrie often explains that he is doing the voices, listeners unfamiliar with the show’s format are duped into believing that the guests on the show are real and are invited to call in to engage in conversation with the “guests”.
Historically, the show was known as The Phil Hendrie Show. It has had previous stints airing on Premiere Networks and Talks Radio Network under that name.
Phil Hendrie Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be from 100 thousand dollars to $1million dollars but the exact net worth is under review.
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Phil Hendrie Acting
Worked as an actor and voice-over artist. From 1999 to 2009, Hendrie voiced characters on 24 episodes of the hit animated TV series King of the Hill. He also voiced characters for three episodes of Futurama from 2000 to 2002 and played three characters on the 2009 feature-length video Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder.
From 2001 to 2002, Hendrie appeared in the TV series Andy Richter Controls the Universe and in Judd Apatow’s TV movie North Hollywood. He played Judge McCarthy on Richard Appel’s A.U.S.A. in 2003. He also starred in a TV pilot he wrote and executive produced called Phil at the Gate the same year.
In 2004, Hendrie voiced the computer I.N.T.E.L.L.I.G.E.N.C.E. and the Chechen terrorist in Trey Parker’s and Matt Stone’s motion picture Team America: World Police and starred in Steve Levitan’s animated TV pilot Phil Hendrie. The year 2011, Hendrie filmed a part for Judd Apatow’s motion picture This Is 40, which was in theaters in December 2012. In 2012, he played the recurring character Joe Napoli on three episodes of New Girl. Other television work in 2012 included recurring parts on six episodes of Napoleon Dynamite and a role in an episode of ABC’s Emmy Award-winning TV series Modern Family.
Phil Hendrie Digital
Hendrie created his website, www.PhilHendrieShow.com, in 1999 during his syndication deal with Premiere Radio Networks. In 2006, he acquired ownership of the website. On March 26, 2010, Hendrie launched his revamped website with new features like “Backstage Pass” and “Follow Phil,” where Hendrie fans gain special access to his comments, photos, and pre-show videos and can interact with him and his characters.
In August that same year, Hendrie launched a podcast version of his national radio show on iTunes for his Backstage Pass subscribers. In 2012, Hendrie extended his brand to Pandora with a collection of comedy bits featuring such characters as Jay Santos, Chris Norton, Bobbie Dooley, David G. Hall, and Ted Bell.
As of 2014, Phil Hendrie’s show is an all-digital audio show available for free to anyone with internet access, accessible via his website or the smartphone application TuneIn, airing between 9 AM to about 11 AM Pacific time. This show is also podcast for free for five days before it is replaced by more current shows for free as well. To obtain more, fans must sign up for a backstage pass on his website.