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  1. Family Guy (TV Series 1999– ) H. Jon Benjamin as Carl, Bob Belcher, Carl as Yoda, Focus Group Tester, Rebooted Peter & Co., Reporter, Sterling Archer

  2. H. Jon Benjamin (born May 23, 1966) is an American comedian and actor, known mostly for his extensive voice acting. He is sometimes credited as Jon Benjamin. He is widely known for his characters on various Adult Swim shows. He is best known for the characters of Jason on Home Movies, and Ben on Dr. Katz. He was the host of his own Comedy Central sketch show called Jon Benjamin Has a Van and ...

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  4. Mar 24, 2013 · 12 and a Half Angry Men: Directed by Pete Michels, Dominic Bianchi, James Purdum. With Seth MacFarlane, Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Mila Kunis. Mayor West is on trial for murder, and Brian is the only one on the jury who thinks he is not guilty.

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  5. Seth MacFarlane ... executive producer (390 episodes, 1999-2022) Chris Sheridan ... consulting producer / executive producer / co-producer (360 episodes, 1999-2022)

    • The Griffin Family
    • Spooner Street Neighbors
    • Quahog Channel 5 News
    • Peter's Co-Workers
    • Members of Adam West High School
    • Other Recurring Characters
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    Peter Griffin

    Justin Peter Löwenbräu Griffin Sr. (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) is the patriarch of the Griffin household, a 47-year-old Irish-American blue-collar worker. For most of the series, Peter is shown as an obese, unintelligent, lazy, outspoken, childish, and eccentric alcoholic.

    Lois Griffin

    Lois Patrice Griffin (née Pewterschmidt) (voiced by Alex Borstein) is the matriarch of the Griffin household, Peter's wife, and the mother of Meg, Chris, and Stewie. She is a 45-year-old German-American, and has a Jewish mother who is a Holocaust survivor.

    Meg Griffin

    Megan Harvey Oswald "Meg" Griffin (voiced by Lacey Chabert in seasons 1 & 2, Mila Kunis since season 2) is the Griffins' 17-year-old (18 as of "Quagmire and Meg") daughter and eldest child. She is a self-conscious, insecure, and sensitive teenager who is more often than not ridiculed and ignored by the people around her.

    Doug (voiced by Chris Parnell) – A smug, refined, and wealthy toddler who lives in the Griffins' neighborhood and attends daycare with Stewie, with whom he shares a rivalry. He was first introduced...
    John Herbert (voiced by Mike Henry) – A pederast often referred to solely by his last name, who resides just down the street from the Griffin family and distributes Popsicle ice pops to small child...
    Thomas "Tom" Tucker (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) – Tucker is the arrogant, baritone male news anchorat Channel 5. He was also an actor before moving to Quahog.
    Diane Simmons (voiced by Lori Alan) – The station's 40-year-old former news co-anchor and talk show hostess. In "And Then There Were Fewer", Diane orchestrates a plot to murder James Woods and fram...
    Joyce Kinney (voiced by Christine Lakin) – The station's latest news co-anchor who was introduced in the episode "Excellence in Broadcasting" as a successor to the late Diane Simmons.
    Tricia Takanawa (voiced by Alex Borstein) – Typically referred to as "Asian reporter Tricia Takanawa" by her colleagues, she speaks in a nasal monotone cadence that Borstein has described as "all p...

    The following characters have worked with Peter at different jobs: 1. Mr. Jonathan Weed (voiced by Butch Hartman in the pilot pitch, Carlos Alazraqui in the TV series) – The owner of the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory, where Peter originally worked under his supervision. He speaks with a strong Spanish accent and is described as an "effeminate weirdo" ...

    The following characters make up the school body of Adam West High School (previously named James Woods Regional High School): 1. Principal John Shepherd (voiced by Gary Cole) – The principal of Adam West High School. He was revealed to be Jewish in "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". In "The Simpsons Guy", Principal Shepherd attended the trial in Sp...

    Mayor Adam West (voiced by Adam West) – The Mayor of Quahog who is named after the actor who provides his voice. He is a highly odd and delusional politician. He has been shown to be good-natured b...
    Wild Wild West (voiced by Sam Elliott) – Mayor Adam West's country cousin. In his titular debut episode, Peter requests he run for mayor of Quahog following the death of Adam and he chooses to run,...
    Bruce Straight (voiced by Mike Henry) – A 52-year-old mustached man who speaks effeminately in a calm, drawn-out voice with a slight lisp, as well as occasionally smacking his lips before a sentenc...
    Carl (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin) – The manager of the local gas station and convenience store called the Quahog Mini Mart. He speaks in a calm, monotone voice and shows almost no emotion regarding...
    Al Harrington (voiced by Danny Smith) – The owner, president, and CEO of "Al Harrington's Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubeman Emporium and Warehouse".
    Buzz Killington(voiced by Danny Smith) – A man who dresses and acts as if he is a 19th-century British man of means. True to his name, he tends to be a buzzkill during social gatherings and other e...

    Six actors who voiced semi-regular Family Guycharacters have died: 1. Phyllis Diller(d. 2012), who played Peter's mother, Thelma; 2. Charles Durning(d. 2012), who voiced his father, Francis, and who died after his character had already been killed off in the series; 3. Carrie Fisher(d. 2016), who played Angela, Peter's boss at the brewery; 4. Frank...

  6. Benjamin Franklin FRS, FRSE (January 17, 1706 – April 17, 1790) was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, as well as a leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, freemason, postmaster, scientist, inventor, humorist, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. Carter Pewterschmidt gives Chris a rare one dollar bill for his birthday in "Follow the Money" that features ...

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