Booking Bobcat Goldthwait
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A popular attraction on the comedy-cabaret circuit in the early ’80s, Goldthwait made his film bow as gonzo gang leader Zed in Police Academy 2: The First_Assignment (1985); he revived the character — this time as a good-guy police cadet — in two Police Academy sequels. Though we’ve been treated to generous helpings of Goldthwait’s marine-raiders comic style in such TV series as Capitol Critters (1992) and Unhappily Ever After (1995), his funniest appearance thus far has been his briefest: in the satirical MTV special Medusa: Dare to Be Truthful (1992), he offers a 30-second parody of Kevin Costner’s aw-shucks cameo in Madonna: Truth or Dare (1991). Having previously directed his own concert video Is He Like That All the Time? (1988), Goldthwait extended his directorial activities to the 1994 theatrical feature Shakes the Clown (1994), a grimly amusing look at the underbelly of show business. While promoting Shakes on May 9, 1994, Bobcat Goldthwait made his bid for media immortality by impulsively setting fire to Jay Leno’s guest couch on The Tonight Show — an act which resulted in shocked outrage from both Leno and NBC, but did not prevent them from using this inflammatory vignette in their advertising.