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October 2, 1968 |
Joey Slotnick (born October 2, 1968) is an American film actor and voice actor.
Life and career
Slotnick was born in Chicago, Illinois.
His film roles include computer industry pioneer Steve Wozniak in the film Pirates of Silicon Valley, and a part in the 1996 blockbuster Twister. Recently he completed the suspense film Elevator, in which he plays one of several people trapped in a New York elevator with a terrorist. Additionally, he was on the cast of the television shows Boston Public in 2000-2001, The Single Guy from 1995–1997, and Nip/Tuck from 2003-2006.
In 2009, Slotnick played Groucho Marx's role of Captain Jeffrey Spaulding in The Goodman Theatre's production of Animal Crackers. The performance was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award for best actor.
Slotnick has logged several guest appearances on a number of popular television shows. He also does commercial work, including a series of ads promoting the NBA which were featured heavily during its 2008-2009 telecasts, Slotnick also plays the guy with the mustache in the coveralls that damages vehicles in the 21st Century Insurance commercials and has made appearances in ads for the office supply store Staples where he states, "WOW - that's a low price."
- A League of Their Own (1992)
- The Single Guy (1995–1997) TV Series
- Twister (1996)
- Dinner and Driving (1997)
- Since You've Been Gone (1998)
- Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)
- Blast from the Past (1999)
- Hollow Man (2000)
- Boston Public (2000–2001) TV Series
- Nip/Tuck (2003–2006) TV Series
- Brief Interviews with Hideous Men (2008)
- Beverly Hills, 90210
- Boston Legal
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
- The Nanny
- Curb Your Enthusiasm
- Family Guy (voice)
- Law and Order SVU
- Pushing Daisies
- Ghost Whisperer
- The Office
- Too Big to Fail
- Elevator (2012)
- Psych (2013) TV series
- The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)