Oct 31, 2013
Comedian and Bestselling Author Fred Stoller controls his temper
no matter how much David Feldman pokes and prods him. Steve
Skrovan, director of "An Unreasonable Man" and Will Ryan also join
us. Fred Stoller published a successful e-book titled My
Seinfeld Year, in which he chronicled his experiences after being
hired as a new staff writer. He has since released a book titled
Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star.
Stoller has been a stand-up comedian in nightclubs since the early
1980s at the time of his first television appearance, in 1987, when
he appeared on Stand-Up America and later on The Young Comedians
Special alongside six other comedians.
He is best known for his frequent appearances as Gerard on the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, Mr. Lowe in Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide and as Sheldon Singer, the son of Harold Gould's deli-owning character, on the short-lived sitcom Singer & Sons. He has also made guest appearances on several other TV series. He wrote two episodes of Seinfeld ("The Soup" and the Kramer/chimpanzee subplot of "The Face Painter"). Stoller is also known as the voices of Stanley in the Open Season franchise, Rusty the Wrench on Handy Manny and Fred the Squirrel in The Penguins of Madagascar.