Perhaps best known for his starring role for six seasons in the television series "Yes, Dear," Anthony Clark also starred in the NBC comedy series "Boston Common" and in "Soul Man," opposite Dan Aykroyd.
Additional television appearances include NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," HBO's "Young Comedians Special," BBC's "The Stand Up Show" and "Late Night with David Letterman." He also appeared on multiple episodes of "Ellen."
On the big screen, Clark stars opposite Kathy Najimy in the independent film "Say Uncle," which opens nationwide in June. He also appeared in the box-office hit "The Rock," with Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage, "The Thing Called Love," with Sandra Bullock," and "Dogfight," opposite River Phoenix.
In addition, the Virginia native starred with Gary Sinise in the Tony Award-winning production of "The Grapes of Wrath." He performed live for Bill and Hillary Clinton at the Booth Theater in Washington, D.C. and at Carnegie Hall with Donna Summer.
Clark was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, and later moved to Boston to study acting at Emerson College. His honest, blue-collar brand of humor earned him the "College Entertainer of the Year" award while still in school.
Clark currently resides in Los Angeles.