After earning a loyal following playing an assortment of oddball characters like "Conspiracy Guy" and "The Guy Under the Seats" on "Late Night with David Letterman" (NBC, 1982-1993), comedic actor Chris Elliott developed a reputation for playing obnoxiously smug characters in a variety of film and television roles. Elliott achieved particular notoriety for his surreal sitcom "Get a Life" (Fox, 1990-92), on which he played a clueless man-child living with his parents while still earning a living delivering newspapers. Because of the shows out-there humor, which featured Elliott's character dying on numerous occasions, the show was cancelled, but not before it gained cult status. He moved on to a wide variety of supporting roles, most notably playing the cynical camera operator in the Bill Murray comedy vehicle "Groundhog Day" (1993), before getting his first leading role in the much-maligned "Cabin Boy" (1994). Following a disastrous one-season run on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC, 1975- ) in the mid-1990s, Elliott had supporting roles in "There's Something About Mary" (1998), "Snow Day" (2000) and "The Klumps" (2001), while landing recurring parts on popular series like "According to Jim" (ABC, 2001-09) and "Everybody Loves Raymond" (CBS, 1996-2005). Elliott returned to leading role status with the violent action-drama spoof "Eagleheart" (Cartoon Network, 2011- ), which delighted a loyal fan base eager to consume more of his bizarre sense of humor.