Martin Mull's first love is art.
Martin Mull has released seven albums.
Martin Mull has appeared in several commercials for Michelob and the Red Roof Inn.
Martin Mull has been married four times.
Martin Mull is an actor, songwriter, author, producer, writer, and a comedian.
Martin Mull was married to Kristin Johnson from 1972 until 1978.
Martin Mull wrote a book called Painting, Drawing and World.
Martin Mull has written and produced three movies called Mr. Write, Far Out Man and Cutting Class.
Martin Mull played "Colonel Mustard" in the 1985 hit movie Clue.
Martin Mull produced and starred in his own short-lived sitcom called Domestic Life.
Martin Mull's first television appearance was on the soap opera Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. He played "Garth Gimble."
Martin Mull has been nominated for several Grammy awards for his comedy albums.
Martin Mull organized bands to pay for his art school tuition.
Martin Mull is 5'10" tall.
He wrote a lacerating series of satirical "cultural studies" books and TV specials under the blanket title "The History of White People in America."
In 1968, Martin Mull wrote songs for Warner Brothers Records. He only had one hit called "A Girl Named Johnny Cash" which was a parody to Johnny Cash's hit "A Boy Named Sue."
Martin Mull graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a Masters in Fine Arts.
Martin Mull was the narrarator on a Ziplock container comercial, 2005.
Martin Mull: The town where I grew up has a zip code of E-I-E-I-O.
Martin Mull: Human beings are seventy percent water, and with some the rest is collagen.
Martin Mull: Talking about music is like dancing about architecture.
Martin Mull: I don't jog. It makes the ice jump right out of my glass.