H. Jon Benjamin as Sterling Archer | Archer on FXX

H. Jon Benjamin

Sterling Archer

Sterling Archer, voiced by H. Jon Benjamin, has never been good with authority figures, but when his new nemesis, Fabian Kingsworth, also becomes his boss, it’s just too much to bear. Archer decides that his days of being professional and responsible are over (wait, when were those?) and it’s time to really let loose. Archer’s ready to party, so look out any friends, coworkers or multinational spy conglomerates that try getting in his way.

Career Highlights

Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, H. Jon Benjamin has garnered an extensive list of credits as a writer, producer and actor in some of television’s most entertaining series.

In addition to starring as the title role of “Sterling Archer” in FXX’s Emmy®-winning animated hit Archer, which earned him a 2010 Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Voice-Over Performance,” he also voices the lead character of “Bob Belcher” in FOX’s Bob’s Burgers.

Benjamin is perhaps best known for providing the voice of “Dr. Katz’s” lazy son “Ben” in Comedy Central’s animated hit series Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist from 1995-1999. In 2006 he co-created (with David Cross) the Comedy Central animated series Freak Show and provided the voice of “Tuck.” In 2009 Benjamin teamed up again with the network as a writer and co-producer of Important Things with Demetri Martin, a sketch comedy show in which he appeared as numerous characters. Benjamin also created and starred in Comedy Central’s Jon Benjamin Has a Van, which was nominated for a 2012 Writers Guild Award for “Best Comedy/Variety Series.”

Benjamin most recently appeared in Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later and Master of None. His other credits include Home Movies for Cartoon Network, Family Guy for FOX and Assy McGee, Aqua Teen Hunger Force and The Venture Bros. for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim.

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