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  • Dave Thomas ist ein Mensch des 20. Jahrhunderts. Er ist Ingenieur bei der Stockbridge Limestone Co. Ltd. und entdeckt im Jahr 1982 mit einem Kollegen im Steinbruch eine in uraltem Kalkstein eingeschlossene Londoner Polizeinotrufzelle.
  • David Rex Thomas is a storyboarder of King of the Hill. He is also a businessman of Wendy's.
  • Dave Thomas is a Canadian comedian and actor best known for his work on SCTV where he played such characters as "Doug McKenzie" of the McKenzie Brothers. In "Sir Yaksalot", he provided the voice of King Arthur.
  • David "Dave" Thomas (born May 20, 1949) is a Canadian comedian and actor. He appeared as Rex Banner in the episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment and voiced Bob Hope in "Bart Has Two Mommies". He is best known for his work on the series Second City Television, a big influence on The Simpsons, especially the character Doug McKenzie in a sketch alongside Rick Moranis; the characters later starred in the movie Strange Brew (1983). Dave Thomas also made recurring appearances on shows such as Mission Hill Hugo in the 2001 Disney TV show The Legend of Tarzan and King of the Hill and starred as Russell Norton in the sitcom Grace Under Fire from 1993 to 1998. He also had roles in films such as Brother Bear (2003).
  • Dave Thomas is a storyboard director and producer who has been working with The Fairly OddParents since Season 3.
  • Thomas is the eldest son of John and Moreen Thomas and the older brother of Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Thomas. Thomas is married to Kim Thomas and they have four children: two sons, Johnathan and Harrison, and two daughters, Emily and Charlie.
  • David "Dave" Thomas (nacido el 20 de mayo de 1949) es un comediante y actor canadiense.
  • Dave Thomas (b. 1949) is a Canadian comedian and actor. He was part of the SCTV ensemble in the late 70s, where he and Rick Moranis became famous for their distinctively Canadian characters, Bob and Doug McKenzie. Moranis and Thomas revived their act, this time as characters Rutt and Tuke, in the Disney animated feature Brother Bear. Recent credits include voicing Agent Todd, a recurring dog character on the new Pound Puppies show on The Hub. In 1985, Thomas guest starred in Follow That Bird as Sam Sleaze, paired with fellow SCTV star Joe Flaherty as his brother Sid.
  • Dave Thomas is a Canadian actor who portrays Uncle Trevor in five episodes in Season Three of Arrested Development.
  • Dr. Dave Thomas is the Chief Surgeon at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. He appears in the episode 5 to 9. In addition to being the overall supervisor of all the surgeons at the hospital, he is responsible for the administration and allocation of all of the operating rooms.
  • He was a cast member of the Toronto production of Godspell along with Victor Garber, Martin Short, Eugene Levy, and Andrea Martin. Paul Shaffer of Late Night with David Letterman was the musical director. From 1999-2002 Thomas played various roles on the animated series Mission Hill. In 2000 Thomas starred in the theatrical feature Most Valuable Primate. In 2000 Thomas co-starred with Lindsay Felton and Andy Dick in Caitlin's Way. In 2000, Dave Thomas was chosen to host the first annual Canadian Comedy Awards in Toronto.
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  • Dave Thomas ist ein Mensch des 20. Jahrhunderts. Er ist Ingenieur bei der Stockbridge Limestone Co. Ltd. und entdeckt im Jahr 1982 mit einem Kollegen im Steinbruch eine in uraltem Kalkstein eingeschlossene Londoner Polizeinotrufzelle.
  • David Rex Thomas is a storyboarder of King of the Hill. He is also a businessman of Wendy's.
  • Dave Thomas is a Canadian comedian and actor best known for his work on SCTV where he played such characters as "Doug McKenzie" of the McKenzie Brothers. In "Sir Yaksalot", he provided the voice of King Arthur.
  • David "Dave" Thomas (born May 20, 1949) is a Canadian comedian and actor. He appeared as Rex Banner in the episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment and voiced Bob Hope in "Bart Has Two Mommies". He is best known for his work on the series Second City Television, a big influence on The Simpsons, especially the character Doug McKenzie in a sketch alongside Rick Moranis; the characters later starred in the movie Strange Brew (1983). Dave Thomas also made recurring appearances on shows such as Mission Hill Hugo in the 2001 Disney TV show The Legend of Tarzan and King of the Hill and starred as Russell Norton in the sitcom Grace Under Fire from 1993 to 1998. He also had roles in films such as Brother Bear (2003).
  • Dave Thomas is a storyboard director and producer who has been working with The Fairly OddParents since Season 3.
  • Thomas is the eldest son of John and Moreen Thomas and the older brother of Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Thomas. Thomas is married to Kim Thomas and they have four children: two sons, Johnathan and Harrison, and two daughters, Emily and Charlie.
  • Dr. Dave Thomas is the Chief Surgeon at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital. He appears in the episode 5 to 9. In addition to being the overall supervisor of all the surgeons at the hospital, he is responsible for the administration and allocation of all of the operating rooms. In 5 to 9, we learn that at the beginning of Season 4, Lisa Cuddy convinced Dr. Thomas to hire Robert Chase for the hospital's surgical staff so that Chase could become board certified. However, we also learn that when Chase re-joined House's team in Season 6, Dr. Thomas was upset that Cuddy hasn't hired a replacement for Chase. House likes to confront Thomas about the fact he stole Chase from his staff and is always looking for an opportunity to "rub it in" because House believes that Chase was the best surgeon Dr. Thomas had. At the end of 5 to 9 while House has maneuvered Chase into position to perform transplant surgery instead of using Dr. Hourani, who even House feels is well qualified, Chase and Dr. Thomas get into a physical altercation in the lobby that Cuddy has to break up.
  • David "Dave" Thomas (nacido el 20 de mayo de 1949) es un comediante y actor canadiense.
  • Dave Thomas (b. 1949) is a Canadian comedian and actor. He was part of the SCTV ensemble in the late 70s, where he and Rick Moranis became famous for their distinctively Canadian characters, Bob and Doug McKenzie. Moranis and Thomas revived their act, this time as characters Rutt and Tuke, in the Disney animated feature Brother Bear. Recent credits include voicing Agent Todd, a recurring dog character on the new Pound Puppies show on The Hub. In 1985, Thomas guest starred in Follow That Bird as Sam Sleaze, paired with fellow SCTV star Joe Flaherty as his brother Sid.
  • He was a cast member of the Toronto production of Godspell along with Victor Garber, Martin Short, Eugene Levy, and Andrea Martin. Paul Shaffer of Late Night with David Letterman was the musical director. He first achieved fame as a cast member of the Canadian syndicated comedy series SCTV, where he portrayed, among other characters, Doug McKenzie of Bob and Doug McKenzie fame. Bob is portrayed by Rick Moranis. Other memorable characters included angry, if succinct editorialist Bill Needle, Scottish scone-chef/bluesman Angus Crock, speedy ad announcer Harvey K-Tel, Lowery organist/curio pitchman Tex Boil and the unforgettable "Cruising Gourmet". Thomas' first movie was Home to Stay directed by Delbert Mann where Thomas played in a scene with Hollywood legend Henry Fonda. Wrote for and acted in The New Show produced by Lorne Michaels during his hiatus from SNL. Short-lived, this show featured a powerhouse writing staff including Thomas along with Buck Henry, George Meyers, Jack Handey, Tom Gammill and Max Pross, Al Franken and Tom Davis, Jim Downey, Valery Bromfield and Steve Martin. Thomas tried his hand at network television hour-long shows in 1986 when he wrote and co-executive produced Steel Collar man for CBS. The pilot was produced but did not go to series. In 1988 Thomas wrote another hour long show for CBS entitled B Men. This show was produced and the series was back ordered but Thomas took a directing job at Paramount which caused the network to abandon the show. He introduced John Travolta and his wife Kelly Preston when he put them together for the first time in the Paramount film Thomas directed entitled The Experts (1989), while filming in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. He wrote for, produced, and starred in the 1990 CBS TV series The Dave Thomas Comedy Show. In 1991 Dave officially starred in the critically acclaimed Showtime comedy, Public Enemy #2 which made Time Magazine's 10 Very Best list for Television that year. In 1992 Thomas tried his hand at reality TV and co-executive produced ABC's America's Funniest People with Vin Di Bona. Thomas left America's Funniest People after thirteen weeks to play a role in Coneheads at the request of buddy Dan Aykroyd. Starting in 1993 he officially co-starred in ABC's Grace Under Fire with Brett Butler and Tom Poston and continued with the show for 5 seasons. In 1995 Thomas starred in ABC TV movie Picture Perfect with Mary Page Keller and Richard Karn. In 1996 Thomas played the title role in the Fox TV movie Mr. Foster's Field Trip AKA Kiz in the Woods with Julia Duffy. In 1996, Thomas wrote the book SCTV: Behind the Scenes. He appeared in the Red Green Show as Ben Franklin, the American expatriate brother of Dougie Franklin, played by his brother, Ian Thomas. In 1999 Thomas appeared on Cosby with Tom Poston, reprising their father and son roles from Grace Under Fire. From 1999-2002 Thomas played various roles on the animated series Mission Hill. In 2000 Thomas starred in the theatrical feature Most Valuable Primate. In 2000 Thomas co-starred with Lindsay Felton and Andy Dick in Caitlin's Way. In 2000, Dave Thomas was chosen to host the first annual Canadian Comedy Awards in Toronto. Thomas co-starred with John Cleese, Rowan Atkinson, Amy Smart, Seth Green, and Jon Lovitz in the Paramount feature Rat Race. As of 2001, Thomas has been the Executive Creative Director of Animax Entertainment [1], an animation studio based officially in Culver City, CA. In 2001-2002 Thomas appeared with Eugene Levy and Martin Short on Short's show Primetime Glick as Bob Hope. In 2002 Thomas co-starred with Jason Priestly, Dave Foley and Ewen Bremner in Fancy Dancing. In 2003 Thomas played the lead in the Universal feature Beethoven's Fifth also starring John Larroquette, Faith Ford, and Tom Poston. In 2003 Thomas directed a hospital comedy feature film entitled Whitecoats which he also wrote. The movie starred a group of young Canadian talents including Carly Pope, Peter Oldring, Pat Kelly, Christine Chatelain, and Ingrid Kavelaars. Also rounding out the cast were Thomas himself along with comedy bets Dan Aykroyd, Dave Foley, Matt Frewer, Maury Chaykin, Linda Boyd and Saul Rubinek. As of 2004, Thomas was on the official Advisory Committee for the Comedy program at Humber College, the only such diploma program in the world. In 2003 Thomas and Moranis reprised the voices of the McKenzie Brothers in Disney's animated feature Brother Bear. Thomas has had a long career doing voices for animation including Animaniacs, Duckman, Catdog, The Adventures of Tarzan, Justice League of America and multiple roles on The Simpsons and Family Guy. In 2004 Thomas co-starred with Marla Sokoloff, Jennifer Tilly, and Barry Watson in the theatrical feature Combo Platter AKA Love on the Side. In 2005, Thomas had a guest stint as Charlize Theron's Uncle Trevor on Fox's Arrested Development. In 2006 Thomas reprised his voice role in Brother Bear 2 and appeared as himself in the feature film The Aristocrats. He also started production on ArnoldSpeaks.com a video blog as the voice of Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 2006, Thomas' animation company Animax Entertainment won an Emmy for a broadband animated series produced for ESPN entitled Off Mikes.
  • Dave Thomas is a Canadian actor who portrays Uncle Trevor in five episodes in Season Three of Arrested Development.
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