Boisterous stand-up comedian Bobcat Goldthwait is the voice of Mr. Floppy, the stuffed bunny with the bad attitude on "Unhappily Ever After." Bob said of his character, "Voicing Mr. Floppy is great because nobody sees me and I can wear anything I want!"

Goldthwait began his stand up career while attending Bishop Grimes High School in Syracuse, New York. In 1980, he founded a comedy group called "The Generic Comics" with best friend and comedian Tom Kenny.

At age 20, he made his first appearance on "Late Night With David Letterman." He soon appeared in a showcase with Whoopi Goldberg and landed his first film role, the gang leader "Zed" in "Police Academy 2." Bob logged two sequels, "Police Academy 3" and "Police Academy 4," while building his filmagraphy through roles in such features as "Scrooged" with Bill Murray, "Burglar" with Whoopie Goldberg, and as the voice of "Pain" in the animated Disney film "Hercules."

In addition, Bob wrote, directed, and starred in the cult classic feature "Shake the Clown." Goldthwait is currently in development on the pilot for Buena Vista Television, featuring rock band the Aquabats. His directorial credits include music videos for the bands Chopper One and the Aquabats, as well as PSA’s for MTV and the comedy showcase "Pulp Comics" for Comedy Central.

Goldthwait hosts his own variety show for the FX cable network, entitled "Bobcat’s Big Ass Show." He has appeared in several comedy specials, including "Comic Relief," and has hosted three of his own HBO specials, most notably "Is He Like That All The Time?", which he also directed. A frequent and favorite guest on Comedy Central’s "The Daily Show," ABC’s "Politically Incorrect," and "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee," Goldthwait has also made prime-time guest appearances on shows like "ER," "The Larry Sanders Show," and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch." Goldthwait lends his unique voice to a myriad of television shows, including "The Simpsons," "Beavis and Butthead," and "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist."

Goldthwaite, who resides in Los Angeles with his two children, regularly takes his comedy on the road and has appeared on tour with the rock group Nivana.