Karl Schott

Karl Schott is the best kept secret in Los Angles theater scene, and trying to change that.Now finishing up being Willy Loman in the classic Death of a Salesman.                                                                                              As a classically trained actor he was last seen as Harold  in the LA production of Oprhans.  Other Long Beach appearances include Estragon in Waiting for Godot: & Alibius in The Changeling: and Senex in …..Forum. Other regional parts include, Freddy: Picassio at the Lapin Agile, Oscar: The Odd Couple,  Elwood: Harvey, Cassio: Othello, Barnard: Sexual Perversity.., Capt. Jack: The Rivals, Jaques: As You Like It,  Max & Sanders: Lend Me A Tenor. To which he was given WCT Best Actor Award.    

But  Karl still finds him self on the Musical stage as Herbie in Gyspy, Hines in The Pajama Game: and  Luther Billis in South Pacific: ( both Downey CLO) Biggley: How to Succeed...,: Plus My Fair Lady,  Singin’ the Rain & Cole!. Karl spent 2 years playing the part of Wally in the European and Far East tours of The 1940s Radio Hour. Then another year in Scotland & London with the California Repertory Company that performed many times at Edinburgh Fringe Festival. As a member of the LA Connection and founding member of 3 other improv groups, he’s been privileged to have performed at the Comedy Store, The Improv’s & be the last act of the LA Playboy club. He is still madly in love with lovely wife Minerva who played his newlywed wife in Barefoot in the Park 13 yrs ago.