Paul Vogt

Paul Vogt

actor, soundtrack, writer

Paul Vogt was born on Dec 16, 1964 in USA. Paul Vogt's big-screen debut came with Kenan & Kel - Season 2 directed by Kim Fields in 1997, strarring Waiter. Paul Vogt is known for Maximum Bob directed by Marc Buckland, Beau Bridges stars as Judge Bob Gibbs and Liz Vassey as Kathy Baker. The upcoming new movie Paul Vogt plays is Yoda Baby: a Very Merry Mandalorian Christmas which will be released on Nov 27, 2019.

Paul Vogt from Hairspray Live! (2016) found himself back on NBC in the new comedy "Perfect Harmony" where he originally landed Hollywood recognition as the breakout star of The Rerun Show (2002) when he portrayed Mrs. Garrett from "The Facts of Life". Since then, he has become a permanent cast member on MADtv (1995) (FOX's successful late-night sketch comedy show) and filmed two movies with Garry Marshall (Fashion maman (2004) (hysterical deleted scene now on DVD) and Un mariage de princesse (2004)).Originally from Buffalo, New York, Vogt received classical theater training from the State University College at Buffalo, where he was privileged to work with Warren Enters and Tom Fontana. He receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Theater (with a concentration in Directing). Soon after, he was hired by the Walt Disney Company to perform at Walt Disney World (Streetmosphere, Comedy Warehouse, Hoop Dee Do Musical Review) in Orlando, Florida.While in Florida, Vogt continued to perform on stage, winning awards (Best Actors for his portrayal of Sam Byck in Stephen Sondheim's musical "Assassins" and for "Greater Tuna") and critical acclaim for his theater work (Orlando Theatre Project: "Below the Belt", "Sylvia", "Losing Weight"; Orlando Shakespeare Festival: "Coriolanus", "Hamlet", "Much Ado About Nothing"; Orlando Opera Company: "The Fantasticks"). He was also the founding member and director of "The Paul Vogt Improv Group" which appeared at Civic Theatre of Central Florida and the Disney Institute.Vogt was discovered (with his identical twin brother, Peter Allen Vogt) in Florida and was cast in Barry Sonnenfeld's quirky ABC series Maximum Bob (1998) starring Beau Bridges.After moving to Burbank, Garry Marshall cast Vogt as Jimbo Milachi in "Happy Days: the musical" at the Falcon Theatre. Vogt proved that he could command a stage with his comic timing and acting ability. Soon he was being cast from his performance as a mean Milachi Brother in "Happy Days" to film and television roles.Garry Marshall has cast Vogt in several productions on stage and in films.David Salzman cast him in The Rerun Show (2002) and MADtv (1995) .He appeared on two episodes Chicago Hope, la vie à tout prix (1994) as a conjoined twin and guest starred in an episode of In-Laws (2002) and more recently in Arrested development - Les nouveaux pauvres (2003).Vogt even hosted the 2003 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards (2003) with the cast of MADtv (1995) and recently taped a commentary for a special on E! Entertainment Television about Celebrity Siblings.Vogt recently appeared as Bob the Dogcatcher in the family film Mon chien, ce héros! (2003) (MGM/Henson Productions), written and directed by John Hoffman, and his voice can be heard as several characters in Lilo & Stitch 2 : Hawaï, nous avons un problème ! (2005) from Walt Disney Animation.He made his Broadway Debut in "Hairspray!" the musical as Edna Turnblad on January 30, 2007 with Jere Burns.

  • Birthday

    Dec 16, 1964
  • Place of Birth

    Buffalo, New York, USA
  • Also known

    Paul C. Vogt

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