Cartoon Mailman!

This week’s episode of This is Us was recommended in Entertainment Weekly. Their Deja View capsule reminds us that there is so much more to know about the Mailman. It also features a pretty sweet cartoon rendering of me.

Mailman in EW for IMDb

To see some of my thoughts on my original appearance, read 5 Things the Mailman Hears.  Click HERE to let NBC know that you want to see more mailman. You can also call (212) 664-2333 and let them know there, too!

Make your mailman happy! Write it on a postcard so he can read it, and send it “snail mail” to: This is US c/o NBC 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY – 10112

Another email never hurts! Since this episode first aired, some cool things have happened, including an article on HuffPost and Buzz Feed and I was honored to be interviewed by the US Postal Service for their national newsletter, LINK. You can read more about that HERE!

Okay, I know it’s Oscar time. In the scheme of things this isn’t groundbreaking entertainment news, but it feels really good today to see a cartoon of myself in Entertainment Weekly.

(EDIT: I originally thought that “Deja View” meant that they would be re-running my episode before the final episodes. Turns out that’s not the case, so I changed the title of this blog post. Not sure what EW’s cryptic post meant and why I was featured. Do you?)

 

Published by billchott

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.

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