Joey Slotnick - Details


Slotnick starred in the motion picture "Dinner & Driving" and has acted in "Blast From The Past," in which he was the soda jerk who aged 30 years; "Twister," cast as part of Helen Hunt's storm chaser team; "Judas Kiss," with Emma Thompson; "Since You've Been Gone;" and "A League Of Their Own."

He was a regular on the NBC series "The Single Guy," playing the lovably goofy sound engineer Sam, and provided recurring character voices for Fox's animated "Family Guy." He has guest-starred on

"Ellen," "Beverly Hills 90210" and "The Nanny" and co-starred in the TNT movie "Pirates Of Silicon Valley." Slotnick studied in the professional actor training program at Southern Methodist University in

Dallas, Texas, where he was recipient of The Greer Garson Award For Acting. He worked extensively on regional stages, including Chicago's Steppenwolf and Goodman theatres. He is currently a member of Chicago's Lookingglass Theatre Company and active in the improvisational group known as Slotnick, Katz and Lehr, which has entertained audiences in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Immediately after completing work on "Hollow Man," he went to New York to star in the off-Broadway play "The Altruists" at the Vinyard Theatre.