Fred has twice played the member of a news team; on the show Back to you and on the movie Anchorman.
Since 1972, Fred has been married to Mary Willard.
Fred Willard has starred in several plays such as Elvis and Juliet, Isn't It Romantic, Promises Promises and Anything Goes.
Fred Willard can be seen several different times in Howard Schatz's book In Character: Actors Acting.
Fred Willard writes a monthly column for Stuff Magazine.
In 1994, Fred Willard and his wife Mary, founded a weekly sketch comedy workshop called The MoHo Group.
Jay Leno has labeled Fred Willard as "the funniest man in the world."
Fred Willard has been the host of the "WISE (Westside Independent Services To The Elderly)" charity event for the past 15 years.
Fred Willard came in third place in a World Poker Tour fundraising event for the Los Angeles Children's Hospital.
Fred Willard is the chairman of the charity event called Corban Classic Tennis Event, in Texas.
Every year, Fred Willard takes part in the "Annual Celebrity Baseball Game" that is held at Dodger Stadium.
In 2005, Fred Willard was the co-host of a PETA Fundraiser with Pamela Anderson.
In 2005, Fred Willard won the Del Close Lifetime Achievement Award.
In 1969, Fred Willard made his film debut in the movie The Model Shop.
Fred Willard went to the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.
Fred Willard is an actor, comedian, and TV host.
Fred Willard has appeared in several movies like Model Shop, Fun With Dick and Jane, First Family, and This Is Spinal Tap.
Fred Willard was nominated for an Emmy for his role as "Scott" on Roseanne.
In 1960, Fred Willard graduated from a military school.
In 1962, Fred Willard was part of a comedy duo with Vic Grillo.
Fred Willard played opposite Martin Mull's character, "Leon's," love interest "Scott" on Roseanne. He has played opposite Martin Mull in other shows like Fernwood 2-Night and America 2-Night.
In 2005, Fred Willard won two Los Angeles Artistic Director Awards. One award was for "Best Comedy" and the other was for "Best Production."
Fred Willard is given an honorary part in every movie that Christopher Guest directs.
Fred Willard has a daughter named Hope.
In the beginning of his comedy career, Fred Willard spend a year working as part of a comedy duo at Second City in Chicago.
Fred Willard was the founding member of the comedy group Ace Trucking Company.
Fred Willard has appeared in over fifty differnt sketchs on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Fred Willard is 1.88 metres (or 6 foot 2 inches) tall.
He is the narrator of SNL's sketch "Bear City".
Fred: I just admire everybody and sit in awe and watch them.
Fred Willard: (part of his tribute to Johnny Carson) I remember Johnny Carson laughing effusively when I made my "Tonight" show debut in the early 1970's as part of a sketch comedy group called the Ace Trucking Company. We didn't even have a name when we first did the show, but one of my favorite moments was looking over to see him laughing, falling off his chair. This was topped only by another kind of tribute often paid by Johnny: imitation. We did a sketch about tough motorcyclists stopping into a shop and demanding shoes and coming away with handbags and ruffled blouses and stuff, and after it was over, Johnny kept saying, "I want some shoes," like one of the characters, and that was just a kind of salute. To have him pick up a catchphrase and repeat it was just amazing.