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Bobcat Goldthwait Author: Dosis Von Lustig Author: Comedians
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Bobcat Goldthwait is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and film and television director.
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Bobcat is most known for his high pitch voice and role as Cadet Zed in Police Academy; we all love "Nice bike! Where do you put the batteries".  Beyond his role as Zed, Bobcat has had many other notable characters in movies such as Burglar, Scrooged and One Crazy Summer.
We especially love Bobcat’s comic style in the 1992 TV series Capitol Critters and the 1995 series Unhappily Ever After. At Dose of Funny we think his funniest appearance thus far has been his appearance in the 1992 satirical MTV special Medusa: Dare to Be Truthful.

In 1988 Bobcat directed his own concert video Is He Like That All the Time? And took the directorial seat again in the 1994 theatrical feature Shakes the Clown.  While promoting Shakes the Clown, on May 9, 1994, Bobcat appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, where he briefly lit the guest chair on fire. As a result, he was fined $2,700 plus the cost of the chair ($698); he was also required to tape several public service announcements about fire safety. He later claimed that he was avenging the cancellation of The Arsenio Hall Show.
Around 2000, Bobcat directed episodes of Chappelle's Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live. Later, he directed Sleeping Dogs Lie, a low budget film and in 2006 Bobcat directed Stay, a romantic comedy that was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize.
For the past few years, Bobcat has been directing films such as Willow Creek and doing guest appearances.  Check out his official site here.

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Bobcat Goldthwait

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  • Birth Name

    Robert Francis Goldthwait

  • D.O.B

    May 26, 1962

  • Age

    56

  • Hometown

    Syracuse, New York, U.S.

  • Nationality

    American

  • Years Active

    1980–present

  • Medium

    Stand-up, film, television

  • Genres

    Political satire, black humor

  • Subject(s)

    American politics, race relations

Bobcat Goldthwait is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and film and television director.
Bobcat is most known for his high pitch voice and role as Cadet Zed in Police Academy; we all love "Nice bike! Where do you put the batteries".  Beyond his role as Zed, Bobcat has had many other notable characters in movies such as Burglar, Scrooged and One Crazy Summer.
We especially love Bobcat’s comic style in the 1992 TV series Capitol Critters and the 1995 series Unhappily Ever After. At Dose of Funny we think his funniest appearance thus far has been his appearance in the 1992 satirical MTV special Medusa: Dare to Be Truthful.

In 1988 Bobcat directed his own concert video Is He Like That All the Time? And took the directorial seat again in the 1994 theatrical feature Shakes the Clown.  While promoting Shakes the Clown, on May 9, 1994, Bobcat appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, where he briefly lit the guest chair on fire. As a result, he was fined $2,700 plus the cost of the chair ($698); he was also required to tape several public service announcements about fire safety. He later claimed that he was avenging the cancellation of The Arsenio Hall Show.
Around 2000, Bobcat directed episodes of Chappelle's Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live. Later, he directed Sleeping Dogs Lie, a low budget film and in 2006 Bobcat directed Stay, a romantic comedy that was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize.
For the past few years, Bobcat has been directing films such as Willow Creek and doing guest appearances.  Check out his official site here.

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One Crazy Summer, Egg Stork: Ack Ack, let me tell you a little story. A story about a little fat kid who everybody made fun of, and nobody liked and he had a twin brother, and everybody said he never looked like his twin brother, but he wanted to…