'Hot to Trot' at 30: Bobcat Goldthwait shares secrets of making a movie with 0% Rotten Tomatoes score
The equine-themed comedy was bad enough. But imagine being on set with a diarrhea-suffering horse: "It was like a Jackson Pollock of feces on the wall."
Comedian Bobcat Goldthwait has a lot to say about Disney's decision to fire James Gunn. None of it is complimentary.
Role Recall: Bobcat Goldthwait talks 'Misfits & Monsters,' 'Police Academy,' and the time Bill Murray knocked him out in 'Scrooged'
Yahoo Entertainment took a stroll with the one-of-a-kind storyteller through some of his best-known characters and stories.
- Meriah Doty
It’s been three decades since Bobcat Goldthwait rose to the top of the stand-up comedy scene, thanks in part to the trademark vocal squeaks, garbled pronunciations, and decidedly dark humor that distinguished him from his peers, and eventually helped him land roles in movies like One Crazy Summer and the Police Academy series. Over the years, however, the 53-year-old performer has moved behind the camera, directing Robin Williams in the warmly received 2009 indie World’s Greatest Dad, among other titles. “Robin Williams was my best friend,” Goldthwait told Yahoo Movies in a phone interview on Tuesday.