Meat Loaf - Television

Television

Title Episode Title Release Year Character
Strike Force "MIA" 1985 Adams Family 1971
The Equalizer "Bump and Run" 1985
Tales from the Crypt "What's Cookin'?" 1992
The Dead Man's Gun "The Mail Order Bride" 1997
Nash Bridges "Wild Card" 1997
South Park "Chef Aid" 1998 Cameo
The Outer Limits "Gettysburg" 2000
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2007
Private Sessions 2007
Go-Phone Commercial 2007 Singing Father
The F Word 2008 Himself
Hannity 2009 Member of Panel
Tiger Force Forever: Unleashed 2009
Masters of Horror "Pelts" 2009 Jake
House, M.D. "Simple Explanation" 2009 Patient(Credited as: Meat Loaf Aday)
Bookaboo 2009
Don't Forget the Lyrics 2009
Ghost Hunters "Bat Out of Hell" 2009 Himself
Monk "Mr. Monk and the Voodoo Curse" 2009 Reverend Hadley Jorgensen
Citizen Jane 2009 Detective Jack Morris
Popstar to Operastar 2010 Judge
WWE Raw 2010 Himself
Glee "The Rocky Horror Glee Show" 2010 Barry Jeffries (Credited as: Meat Loaf Aday)
Ghost Hunters "Sloss Furnaces" 2010
This Week 2010 Himself
The Celebrity Apprentice 2011 Himself
Fairly Legal "Kiss Me, Kate" 2012 Charlie DeKay

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