Azaria in Spamalot. After gaining fame with The Simpsons, Azaria began accepting other roles, such as an appearance in the 1990 film Pretty Woman. Since then, he was part of the cast of Herman’s Head impersonating Jay Nichols, along with his partner The Simpsons Yeardley Smith. Several times recorded lines for The Simpsons and Herman’s Head filmed the same day. She worked with director Albert Freedman in the 1994 film Quiz Show, and the same year, she his first appearance on Friends, playing David, one of Phoebe Buffay’s boyfriends. His first appearance was in the tenth episode of the show, before the character moves to Minsk. He returned in the seventh season of the series, before making several appearances at the ninth, which ended when he proposed marriage to Phoebe.She refuses, and David never appears in the series. Since 1996, also working on Mad About You as Nat, the dog walker. Azaria was nominated for Emmys for both roles. He continued his work as a voice actor playing Venom / Eddie Brock in Spider-Man: The Animated Series for four years, and in the movie Anastasia and Bartok the bat, returning to record your voice for the sequel Bartok the Magnificent . In 1996, Azaria portrayed a gay Guatemalan housekeeper called Agador Spartacus in the film The Birdcage. He was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild awards, and critics praised his role as “the funniest of the film.” To make the paper had to speak to a Guatemalan accent and tried to make his voice sounded effeminate as possible. After three weeks of production, realized he was talking like her grandmother, who helped his performance. Learn more on the subject from Tony Parker. Azaria appeared in several films, usually in minor roles.After working in Heat and Grosse Pointe Blank, appeared in the 1998 film Godzilla and photographer Victor “Animal” Palotti. Later, he played Gwyneth Paltrow’s rival, Walter Plane in the 1998 remake of Great Expectations and co-starred in Tim Robbins’ Cradle Will Rock. He also starred in Disney’s feature film Mystery, Alaska, Mystery Men Universal Pictures in 1999, and interpreted in Groteschele Professor Fail Safe, a program that was broadcast live. He had film roles in America’s Sweethearts, Along Came Polly and Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. For her role as Claude in Along Came Polly, Azaria donated a wig and worked for “seven or eight weeks” to get the form requiring the same. Azaria also worked in the directorial debut of David Schwimmer, Run, Fat Boy, Run.During production befriended co-star Simon Pegg, doing the voices of The Simpsons after your order, often distracting Pegg when he was supposed to be filming. Azaria began to gain more fame with his portrayal of Mitch Albom along with Jack Lemmon in the 1999 TV movie Tuesdays With Morrie, , winning an Emmy for the role. Azaria described him as “the best work he has done.” was one of the first papers Azaria was dramatic, since most of his career was associated with comedy. His next dramatic role was in the TV movie Uprising playing Mordechai Anielewicz. Azaria was confused at the hearing and several times asked the producer and director Jon Avnet why they had selected. “I knew Avnet liked the fact that I was Jewish, so I knew I could do accents well. He called me and David Schwimmer for Uprising, and the two were equally puzzled.We wanted people who were recognized for being funny. I was never satisfactorily explained, do not understand why. ” Their roles in Tuesdays With Morrie and Uprising affected him psychologically, leading to a depressive state, which recounted in the DVD of Monty Python. Azaria played the psychiatrist Craig “Huff” Huffstodt in the TV series Huff, which also served as producer. He loved his role because he thought that the series went very well, so in his second season began to “extend thecharacter emotionally.” After reading the original script was sent to his friend , who plays the best friend of Huff, Russell Tupper. The program aired for two seasons during 2004-2006, earning seven nominations for the awards Emmy in 2005, including a nomination for Azaria in the category “Best Actor in a Drama Series”.Despite the awards, the show had low ratings and Showtime decided not to produce a third season. Azaria directed an episode of the second season of the program, and expressed his desire to become a director at the end of his career. 8 wrote and directed the 2004 short film Nobody’s Perfect, which won the “Film Discovery Jury” for Best Short at the Comedy Festival USA. In January 2007, confirmed he was directing Outsourced, a film about two American workers who travel to get their jobs back after his factory moved to Mexico. Azaria has also appeared in several theater productions.