Talon Patrick Warburton, Personal Life and Net Worth

Talon Patrick Warburton is an actor and voice actor from Newport Harbor, California, born in 1992. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business from California Lutheran University and is currently studying acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Talon is passionate about staying in shape and is a certified personal trainer. He has also been practicing Jiu-Jitsu for over two years. Outside of his career, Talon has many eclectic interests and hobbies, including blacksmithing, mead making, beekeeping, and baking sourdough. Talon is the son of actor Patrick Warburton and loves spending time with his family.

His Father, Patrick Warburton

Born on November 14, 1964, in Paterson, New Jersey, Patrick Warburton grew up in a conservative Catholic family in Huntington Beach, California. He attended Saints Simon and Jude Catholic School, Servite High School and Newport Harbor High School before enrolling at Orange Coast College to study marine biology, though he ultimately dropped out to pursue a career as a model and actor. His father is Dr John Charles Warburton Jr. and his mother is actress Barbara Jeanne Gratz. Warburton has three sisters: Mary, Lara and Megan.

With his deep, booming voice and large physique, Patrick Warburton has had recurring roles in a number of television shows and movies, most notably in Seinfeld as David Puddy and in FOX’s The Tick, which he produced for the Amazon streaming version in 2016. Warburton has also starred in 8 Simple Rules, Less Than Perfect, Rules of Engagement, and Archer. However, he has been critical of FOX’s mismanagement of The Tick after its cancellation.

Patrick is best known for his roles as Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story, the Little Green Men in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command and Kronk in The Emperor’s New Groove. Warburton has also won the GSN Poker Royale Celebrities vs. the Pros tournament and had roles in films such as Hoodwinked, Chicken Little, Bee Movie, Open Season and Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser. His gaming credits include Lok in Tak and the Power of Juju, Flynn in Skylanders and Commander Blaine H. Tate in Comedy Central’s Moonbeam City. He also appeared on the American version of Top Gear, where he set the “Big Star, Small Car” lap record. Warburton starred in the 2016 NBC sitcom Crowded and lent his voice to the droid G2-4T in the queue of Star Tours: The Adventures Continue at Disney theme parks. He famously showed up to a New Jersey Devils game in 1995 with his face and chest painted similar to that of his character in an episode of Seinfeld, which became an iconic moment in Devil’s history.

Warburton is a familiar voice in commercial and advertising, having lent his voice to the Carrier Corporation’s air-conditioning and HVAC units, American Express’s “The Adventures of Seinfeld and Superman”, Horizon Air’s “Clark & Lewis Expedition,” Apple Inc.’s “Get a Mac” ad, Honda’s “Good Reasons” campaign, NAPA’s “Can of Know How,” National Car Rental’s “Be the Boss of You,” Souplantation’s “Discover Fresh” radio ad, the U.S. Forest Service’s Smokey Bear campaign, and M&Ms’ “You Don’t Eat Your Own Kind.”