Creator / Bobcat Goldthwait

Robert Francis "Bobcat" Goldthwait is a comedian and director who rose to fame in the The '80s for two things: his role of Zed in the Police Academy series and for his stand-up act, most famous for acting insane.

The first film he directed was Shakes the Clown in 1992 which was not a box-office success, but developed a cult following. His next notable return to directing was over a decade later when he directed episodes of Jimmy Kimmel Live! During a break from that show, he directed his next feature film Sleeping Dogs Lie, which was about an . . . interesting piece of subject matter to say the least. His next film, arguably his best-received, was World's Greatest Dad starring Robin Williams. His latest film, God Bless America, was released in 2012.

He acts much calmer in person now, and still does stand-up occasionally. He has Instagram and now Twitter.

Some of Bobcat Goldthwait's acting roles include:

Some of Goldthwait's directing credits include:

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