Honored by U.S. Postal Service

I’m honored to be featured in LINK, the official newsletter of the U.S. Postal Service. (click the LINK link to read the article) I knew from the comments in my original blog post that I had really connected with a lot of postal workers and the families they serve. I was absolutely blown away when I was contacted by the online newsletter’s editor to interview me about the part I played on This Is Us.

Some friends of mine have joked that This Is Us should have a spinoff titled This Is U.S.P.S.!!! No matter what happens as a result of this role, I’m highly honored to be recognized by the federal government in a way that didn’t result in an audit!

If you haven’t seen the clip of me on the show yet, or in case you’d like to help raise my online profile, click on my IMDb link HERE. On that site, you can see other projects I’ve done, including my upcoming episode of Trial and Error this week on NBC March 28th opposite John Lithgow.

EDIT: I was floored when they also did a follow-up article about my own mailman Peter in the in LINK (click this second LINK link to read. In that way, they are also linked) ALSO…I was also featured on PostalReporter.com.

Thanks, and I hope you’ll share your thoughts and opinions below.

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Bill Chott is currently appearing in Marshall's Miracle, a family film about a courageous dog who survived hardships to triumph as a therapy dog. For five years he was on the Emmy-Winning Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place. Originally from St. Louis Missouri, he is a member of his high school's Hall of Fame, a Broadway Award winner for his work in I Love Lucy Live on on Stage, and the winner of the INNY awards for Best Improv Coach. He attended Central Methodist University and trained in Improvisation at The Second City. There he worked with such comedy powerhouses as Tina Fey, Steve Carrel, 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.

7 thoughts on “Honored by U.S. Postal Service

  1. So happy for you, Bill. Your This Is Us mailman character has certainly enlightened everyone, and people are seeing their own mail carrier in a different way. So many of my friends have told me that they now look out for the mailman as often as they can.

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