BILL CHOTT ON THIS IS US ON NBC.
HOLLYWOOD, CA – Bill Chott appears on March 7th in Episode 17 of This is Us On NBC. He plays a mailman who befriended William before his death, and shares the screen with Sterling K. Brown, a fellow St. Louisan. This adds another dramatic role To Bill’s credits, having also appeared on CSI, ER, Marshall’s Miracle and The Rum Diary. Chott is also known for his comedic work in the Farrelly Bros. Film The Ringer and five seasons on Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place.
CHOTT APPEARS OPPOSITE LAUREN HOLLY IN FAMILY FILM
HOLLYWOOD, CA – You can see Bill Chott now, opposite Lauren Holly in his latest role. 2016 is the year for awards for Marshall’s Miracle. A Dove award, and several other nods make this a must-see. In Bill’s upcoming film, he plays the reluctant husband to a dog hoarder played by Holly. The film also stars Shannon Elizabeth, Matthew Settle, Lucas Carroll, Zach Louis and Greg Warren. It’s a heart-warming tale about a very brave boy and his incredibly braver dog.
Fun Facts About Bill:
- He was Mr. Laritate for five seasons with Selena Gomez on the Emmy-Winning Disney Show Wizards of Waverly Place
- On Saturday Night Live, Bill voices many characters in the TV Funhouse cartoons including The Amgibuously Gay Duo and X-Presidents
- He won a bronze medal as Special Olympian “Thomas” in the Farrelly Brothers film The Ringer, opposite Johnny Knoxville.
- Bill Chott’s name is pronounced [BIL KAHT]
BILL IS INSIDE “MILLER’S MIND” ON CBS HIT “THE MILLERS”
HOLLYWOOD, CA – 2014 started off nicely for Bill Chott, as he appeared as YET ANOTHER BAKER on the CBS hit The Millers. He appeared opposite Will Arnett and Emmy-winning Margot Martindale. You can view the episode HERE on Hulu. Also this year, Bill finished recording for the animated feature The Snow King. 2014 is off to a great start!
SEE BILL IN SANTA PAWS 2 – THE SANTA PUPS
HOLLYWOOD, CA – This Holiday season, see Bill Chott as “Mr. Holman” the cookie baker in Santa Paws 2 – The Santa Pups. Bill appears with Cheryl Ladd, Richard Kind, Danny Woodburn and Jennifer Elise Cox in this new holiday film for the whole family. On Disney DVD/Blu Ray November 20th.
This new sequel in the Disney Buddies franchise was shot on location in Fernie, BC. The official trailer is online now. Click HERE for more info!
Bill also just finished recording the animated pilot Paranormal Roommates for Cartoon Network. He’ll be playing The Loch Ness Monster. Also voicing characters are Paul Brittain (SNL) and Paul Scheer (Human Giant).
CHOTT WINS “BEST IMPROV COACH” AWARD
NEW YORK, NY – Bill Chott was awarded “Best Improv Coach” at The INNY Awards. This national award is given annually to Improv Schools, Teachers, and venues. Chott was awarded for his work at The Improv Trick, his improv theater and school in both St. Louis and Los Angeles. This is the second award for him this year, as he was awarded “Best Featured Actor in a Musical” for his work as Fred Mertz in I Love Lucy Live on Stage.
Chott returns to the screen this holiday season in Disney’s Santa Pups, and is currently collaborating on the book for Ed Wood: The Musical. Chott’s recent appearance with Johnny Depp in The Rum Diary has been popping up on cable and DVD this month. He will also be teaching and performing improv at the Lucy Fest in Jamestown NY, and The Chautauqua Institution this summer.
CHOTT WINS “BEST FEATURED ACTOR” AWARD
HOLLYWOOD, CA – Bill Chott was awarded The Broadway World Award for “Best Featured Actor in a Musical” for his work as Fred Mertz in I Love Lucy Live on Stage. And the awards may keep coming. He’s now nominated for an “INNY” award for best Improv Coach. We hope you’ll take a minute to vote (actually, it takes 2 minutes). Thanks for your constant support! Click HERE or the image below to vote for Bill for Best Improv Coach.
About Bill Chott
Bill Chott appears currently opposite Lauren Holly in the film Marshall’s Miracle. He can be seen in The Rum Diary with Johnny Depp and appeared regularly in the Disney hit show Wizards of Waverly Place. Orginally from St. Louis Missouri, He has a successful career in Hollywood and owns an improv school in his home town as well.
He attended Central Methodist University and trained in Improvisation at The Second City. There he worked with such comedy powerhouses as Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert among many others.
Bill starred on The Dana Carvey Show, does cartoon voices on PBS, Saturday Night Live and in film, he appeared in Galaxy Quest, Dude Where’s My Car, and he was a lead role as Thomas, the Special Olympian who brings home the bronze in the Farrelly Bros. film The Ringer.
His family-friendly humor is infused with a twisted dark side that shows you can play clean and still be very, very disturbed.