French Stewart as The Jumper
French Stewart played Harry Solomon in the hit comedy series 3rd Rock from the Sun for NBC-TV. Chosen to be the funny looking human in the group, Harry was the most susceptible to our vices and became obsessed with watching television to learn the real truths about life on Earth.
Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Stewart graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. While touring extensively performing the classics, he received critical acclaim in the Grove Shakespeare Festival's landmark production of A Comedy of Errors, as well as South Coast Repertory's staging of Romeo and Juliet and Richard III. In 1988, he became a member of the Cast Theatre where he performed for five years in the Los Angeles cult hit Zombie Attack! and numerous other stage productions. Stewart won two L.A. Weekly awards for his performances in Justin Tanner's Party Mix and Happy Time Xmas. He returned to the Cast Theatre for benefit performances of Pot Mom and Still Life with Vacuum Cleaner Salesman with Laurie Metcalf.
Stewart made his television debut as Razor Dee, the outrageous disc jockey, on The New WKRP in Cincinnati. His guest appearances include Seinfeld, The Larry Sanders Show, News Radio, Caroline in the City, Just Shoot Me, Charmed, Ally McBeal, Becker, That 70's Show, Mad T.V., Less Than Perfect, and a recurring role on The Boys are Back. His film credits include Leaving Las Vegas, Stargate, Broken Arrow, Dick, McHale's Navy, Glory Daze, and Clockstoppers. Stewart starred in the unromantic comedy Love Stinks, Inspector Gadget 2, and Home Alone 4.
French Stewart was the Emmy-nominated voice of Ikarus in the animated television series Hercules on the Disney Channel, and once again for Carsey-Werner on their first animated show God, The Devil, and Bob. Stewart was the voice of Bob.
Stewart is voicing the upcoming Fox animated series Two Dreadful Children. He will be seen in the Sundance '07 premiere If I Had Known I Was A Genius. And, he will surprise you in DUCK.