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Kevin Kline to Guest Voice on FOX's BOB'S BURGERS, 11/18

November 12
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Kevin Kline to Guest Voice on FOX's BOB'S BURGERS, 11/18

Tony Award-winning actor Kevin Kline will lend his voice as Mr. Fischodeder on the FOX animated comedy BOB'S BURGERS this Sunday in the all-new “An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal” episode. In the series’ first-ever Thanksgiving-themed episode, it’s Bob’s favorite holiday of all time, and this year he is determined to make it the most memorable Thanksgiving ever. However, the plans change when Mr. Fischoeder (Kline) needs to hire Bob as his chef, and Linda and the kids as his family to stage the perfect Thanksgiving dinner and make a former flame jealous.  The episode airs Sunday, Nov. 18 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. 

Kline earned a Tony Award for The Pirates of Penzance and On the Twentieth Century. Among his other theater credits are Mother Courage and Her Children, Henry IV, King Lear, and The Seagull. He will next be seen on the big screen in Last Vegas with Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas and Morgan Freeman.

His many film credits include The Big Chill, Silverado, Grand Canyon, I Love You to Death, and French Kiss. In 1989, Kline won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the British comedy A Fish Called Wanda, in which he played a painfully inept American ex-CIA thug opposite John Cleese's genteel British barrister and Jamie Lee Curtis' femme fatale/con woman.

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