Aside from his role as Remy, Oswalt has lent his voice to dozens of other projects. Some of his many voiceover roles include Nom Nom in the animated series “We Bare Bears,” Professor Dementor in “Kim Possible,” and the voiceover narration for “The Goldbergs,” where he plays the adult version of Adam Goldberg.
One of Oswalt’s most recent roles is yet another Marvel project. In May of 2021, the animated Hulu series “M.O.D.O.K.” premiered, where Oswalt voices the titular lead character. The stop-motion comedy centers M.O.D.O.K., a failed super-villain, as he deals with both an existential crisis and normal family drama.
The hilarious series premiered after Oswalt wrapped on the HBO series “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” based on his late wife’s true crime novel, and he spoke to Inverse about how the shift in genre helped him cope with his loss. “For me, it was a relief,” he said. “I needed to come out. I’ve been so sunk in that darkness and despair that to come out and play in the Marvel toy box, and do it in such a goofy way, it was a life-saver. Even some of the Marvel movies and TV shows can get dark and deep. So this was really fun. Even the deep moments are motivated by the silliest stuff. I needed it.”