Jim Meskimen is an accomplished actor, improviser and voice artist whose work is well-known to TV and film audiences. He appeared on the British series Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988) several times, and was a recurring character on Le prince de Bel-Air (1990) for two seasons. He has worked with director Ron Howard on five of his films, including Le journal (1994), Apollo 13 (1995), En direct sur Ed TV (1999), Le Grinch (2000) and Frost/Nixon, l'heure de vérité (2008). He has also worked in two films by director Paul Thomas Anderson. A professional artist, Jim exhibits and sells his realist oil paintings. As a designer/cartoonist, he created dozens of characters, weapons and vehicles for the original "Thundercats" animated series. Jim continues to dazzle audiences with his improvisational skills and appears regularly on L.A. stages. Meskimen is married to actress Tamra Meskimen and they have a daughter, Taylor Meskimen. His mother is Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actress Marion Ross of Happy Days - Les jours heureux (1974) and the critically-acclaimed series, Brooklyn Bridge (1991).