Harland Williams

Biography: Harland Williams started out as a forest ranger, but left to take a chance at becoming a stand-up comic. He got his start in the early 1990s as a comedian and a recurring guest star on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Soon after, he became an actor in his debut as the spacecraft designer, Fred Z. Randall, in the movie RocketMan in 1997. He has also starred in feature-length films such as The Whole Nine Yards (2000) and Sorority Boys (2002). In addition to making movies, Harland was also working in television. In 2000, he worked on David Spade's animated show Sammy. During the same year, he became the host of the Comedy Central's stand-up comedy series Premium Blend that provided him a two-minute opening dialogue that exposed his comedy to a national cable-wide audience. He also co-starred on the short-lived The Geena Davis Show. Harland is also a trained animator who invented the character Lickety Split, a brontosaurus, in a series of children's books that he wrote and
Harland Williams started out as a forest ranger, but left to take a chance at becoming a stand-up comic. He got his start in the early 1990s as a comedian and a recurring guest star on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Soon after, he became an actor in his debut as the spacecraft designer, Fred Z. Randall, in the movie RocketMan in 1997. He has also starred in feature-length films such as The Whole Nine Yards (2000) and Sorority Boys (2002).

In addition to making movies, Harland was also working in television. In 2000, he worked on David Spade's animated show Sammy. During the same year, he became the host of the Comedy Central's stand-up comedy series Premium Blend that provided him a two-minute opening dialogue that exposed his comedy to a national cable-wide audience. He also co-starred on the short-lived The Geena Davis Show.
Harland is also a trained animator who invented the character Lickety Split, a brontosaurus, in a series of children's books that he wrote and illustrated.
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Harland Williams' Scores

Average career score: 35
Highest Metascore: 65 Monsters University
Lowest Metascore: 7 Back in the Day
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 11
  2. Negative: 6 out of 11
11 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
7 Back in the Day Jan 17, 2014 Skunk 3.2
65 Monsters University Jun 21, 2013 Sam 7.8
34 My Life in Ruins Jun 5, 2009 Big Al 7.0
36 Employee of the Month Oct 6, 2006 Russell 4.9
54 Because of Winn-Dixie Feb 18, 2005 Policeman 7.3
25 Sorority Boys Mar 22, 2002 Doofer/Roberta 6.4
13 Freddy Got Fingered Apr 20, 2001 Darren 5.7
47 The Whole Nine Yards Feb 18, 2000 Special Agent Steve Hanson 8.7
42 Superstar Oct 8, 1999 Slater 3.1
46 Dog Park Sep 24, 1999 Callum 8.2
16 Half Baked Jan 16, 1998 Kenny Davis 8.3