He never got the big breaks, but the 1990s improv and solo stalwart has figured some things out.
He’s become a master at the kind of storytelling he pioneered 28 years ago in I’m 27, I Still Live at Home, and I Sell Office Supplies.
An interview with the comedian, actor, and filmmaker.
Sundance programmer Mike Plante screens movies he commissioned for the price of lunch (more or less) in Lunchfilm Friday 1/15 at Chicago Filmmakers.
Tonight brings a rare opportunity to see Bobcat Goldthwait’s stand-up act: one night, one set at the Improv in Schaumburg. He more or less ended his stand-up career to focus on the movies, like his notorious cult classic Shakes the Clown; J.R. Jones highly recommends his morally complex new film, World’s Greatest Dad. Here’s Goldthwait […]
Autoerotic asphyxiation is just the icing on the cake in Bobcat Goldthwait’s dark comedy World’s Greatest Dad