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Jerry Lambert (actor)

Jerry Lambert (born August 8, 1957) is an American stage, film, and television actor and voiceover artist, best known for his work on the ABC sitcom, Sons and Daughters, as well as commercials for companies including GEICO, Holiday Inn, Bridgestone, and playing a fictional Sony executive for the PlayStation brand named Kevin Butler. He has most recently appeared in commercials for Canadian restaurant chain, Boston Pizza.

Jerry Lambert
Born (1957-08-08) August 8, 1957 (age 61)
Years active1989–present


Early life and educationEdit

Lambert was born in Shelton, Washington. He graduated from Montesano High School in Montesano, WA in 1975. He graduated from Mt. Hood College near Portland, Oregon and from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. He began his theatrical career performing in plays in New York while continuing classes. He studied improvisation and sketch comedy at Acme Comedy Theatre in Hollywood and Chicago City Limits in New York.


Jerry Lambert has appeared in over 80 television shows and films since 1989, when he made his film debut in Alien Space Avenger. He has appeared in episodes of (among others) "Shameless", Everybody Loves Raymond, Scare Tactics, King of the Hill, Greek, The West Wing, Sons & Daughters, Malcolm in the Middle, That '70s Show, Angel, Maron and was in the movie Smother starring Diane Keaton, along with the drama 44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out starring Michael Madsen and Ron Livingston.

Lambert is a member of Circus Theatricals in Los Angeles, where he appeared in Richard III with Alfred Molina. He has also performed in his own plays Straight Talk, Lipstick Sunset and Coffee to Go.

In 2010, he completed a new television pilot for Fox Television with John Goodman and Justin Bartha called The Station (produced by Ben Stiller and directed by David Wain). He has a recurring role on the new TBS animated prime time series Neighbors from Hell.

He portrayed Kevin Butler in the popular Sony PlayStation 3 "It Only Does Everything" commercials (now known as Long Live Play), as VP of a different fictional department in each commercial. He appeared live for a short comedic performance at Sony's E3 2010 conference.

In 2011, Lambert appeared in Bad Teacher, alongside Cameron Diaz.[1] In 2014, he was in Horrible Bosses 2.


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