|Years active 1995-present|
Name Bill Chott
Spouse Samantha Chott (m. 2011)
|Born July 23, 1969 (age 46) (1969-07-23) St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.|
Occupation Actor, comedian, writer
Education Central Methodist University
Movies and TV shows Wizards of Waverly Place, The Ringer, Marshall's Miracle, The Dana Carvey Show, Galaxy Quest
Similar People Dan Benson, Jed Rees, Edward Barbanell, Leonard Earl Howze, Barry W Blaustein
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- Early life
- Partial filmography
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During his school years, Chott appeared in numerous plays and musicals. He graduated from Ritenour High School, and has since been inducted into their Alumni Hall of Fame. He continued pursuing theater in college at Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri, acting in a wide variety of plays. He was also in Chi Delta fraternity while at Central Methodist. He left Missouri in 1992, and headed to Chicago, IL where he quickly became involved with improvisational theater at ComedySportz, IO Theater, and the Second City comedy troupe. His contemporaries in the Chicago improv scene included Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Chott toured the country with the Second City, and in 1995 he made his television debut on The Dana Carvey Show, among a repertory cast that included Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, and Robert Smigel. His most lasting contribution to the program was as the announcer for the The Ambiguously Gay Duo, a series of animated shorts created by Smigel and J.J. Sedelmaier, which continued to be produced by J.J. Sedelmaier Productions for Saturday Night Live after the quick cancellation of "The Dana Carvey Show."
His television appearances include Third Rock from the Sun, Freaks and Geeks, Popular, ER, Crossballs, Weekends at the DL, CSI, Wizards of Waverly Place, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, She Spies, and Monk.
Chott continues to teach and coach improvisational comedy in both Los Angeles and St. Louis, through his school The Improv Trick.