Jack Black Soundboard from Tenacious D sketches and other movies. Contains over 200 sounds including ordering food, anger, women, and more.
In 2000, Black co-starred in the film High Fidelity as a wild employee in John Cusack's character's record store, a role he considers his breakout. He voiced the title role in Kung Fu Panda, which grossed US$20.3 million on its opening day, June 6, 2008. In 2011, he played real-life murderer Bernie Tiede in Richard Linklater's black comedy, Bernie. Black's next film, The Big Year, a competitive birdwatching comedy co-stars Owen Wilson, Steve Martin, and JoBeth Williams, was released in October 2011. He has also starred in King Kong, School of Rock, and The Interns. He is best known for his role as Carl Denham in Peter Jackson's 2005 remake of King Kong.
Black dated actress Laura Kightlinger between 1996 and 2005. In 2006, he married singer Tanya Haden, the daughter of jazz bassist Charlie Haden. The couple have two sons; Samuel Jason Black and Thomas David Black were born in June 2006 and May 2008. Black is an atheist, and fatherhood influenced his decision to raise his children in the Jewish faith. Black endorsed Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign. In 2015, he visited Kampala as part of Comic Relief USA's Red Nose Day. He is an outspoken critic of Donald Trump. Black and Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass performed their 2006 protest song "The Government Totally Sucks" on the day of Trump's presidential inauguration. Black said to the audience beforehand, "Now, we're happy to unleash the beast. The government totally sucks."