New York native Bobcat Goldthwait (real name Robert Francis Goldthwait) gained fame while in his mid-twenties after he parlayed his successful stand-up career into big-screen acting gigs while keeping his signature squawky voice on iconic ’80s movies.

BG’s recognizable roles include the zany Zed on “Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment,” Fred Chaney on the talking horse hit “Hot To Trot,” Egg Stork on the seasonal romantic comedy “One Crazy Summer” … and of course Eliot Loudermilk on the 1988 Christmas classic “Scrooged.”

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