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Old 01/15/2004, 2:34 AM
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Full Name: William Christopher Sasso [news]
Date of Birth: May 24th, 1975
Place of Birth: Ladner, BC, Canada
Height / Weight: 6'3" / <unknown>
Seasons on MADtv: 3-7 (1997 - 2002)

Recurring Characters:Celebrity Impressions:
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Bill Clinton
  • Bruce Villanch
  • Bruce Willis
  • Carroll O'Connor
  • Chris Farley
  • David Crosby
  • Dennis Franz
  • Drew Carey
  • Elton John
  • Elvis Presley
  • Fonzie
  • Fred Durst
  • George Lucas
  • George W. Bush
  • James Gandolfini
  • James Lipton
  • Jesse "The Body" Ventura
  • Kenny Rogers
  • Lance Bass
  • Larry Flynt
  • Louie Anderson
  • Luciano Pavarotti
  • Mark McGrath
  • Mark McGuire
  • Marlon Brando
  • Michael Caine
  • Pat Summerall
  • Paul Shaffer
  • Randy Newman
  • Richard Simmons
  • Robert DeNiro
  • Sammo Hung
  • Scott Stapp
  • Skipper Jonas Grumby
  • Steven Seagal
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin
  • The Cowardly Lion
  • The Rock
  • Tom Ridge
  • Wayne Newton
  • William Frawley
  • William Shatner
  • Zack Hanson
Biography:
Will was born on May 24 1975, to Italian Parents Antonio & Anna Sasso. At an early age he wanted to become a comedic actor, thanks in part to an older brother who allowed him to stay up past his bedtime, encouraging him to watch SCTV, Saturday Night Live and Monty Python's Flying Circus. At fifteen he landed his first agent and began booking roles in television and film. At the age of 16, he landed his first major role on the award-winning Canadian drama, "Madison", as the quirky teen, Derek Wakaluk, which lasted for five seasons.

Aged 21, Sasso moved to Hollywood, at 22 he was hired as Regular Cast member on FOX's hit sketch comedy series, MADtv where he starred for five seasons. As one of its funniest members, he kept audiences entertained with an extensive variety of characters and innovative sketch concepts including the accident-prone handyman "Paul Timberman" and one half of Singing Duo Michael McLoud & Jasmine Wayne-Wayne (Alex Borstein), recording artists whose hit duets all sound alike and only have seven words. Aswell as original Characters, Will impersonated over 40 Celebrities including offbeat impressions of Bill Clinton, Steven Segal, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Randy Newman, Fred Durst and Kenny Rogers - which he crafted into his own character from a quiet laid back Country Singer to a lovable, out of control raging alcoholic.

About half way through his stay on MADtv, (Spring 1999 to Spring 2000) he lost a remarkable amount of weight (200lbs). This was brought to attention in a MAD sketch "Will Hits Big-Time" after the weight-loss, which had fellow cast members (Mo Collins & Debra Wilson) complaining he was funnier when fat and Sasso frenetically attempting to reclaim his lost size.

After a successful tenure with the show, beginning in 1997 (Season 3), Sasso decided to leave the late-night staple in 2002 (Season 7), eager to explore the next stage of his career.

After MADtv, Will guest starred on 3 Episodes of ABC's Less than Perfect Season 1 as Claude's Wacky new neighbor "Carl Monari" In Season 2 he joined the cast permanently and his character, Carl became the Cafeteria Manager at GNB.

Will Returned to MADtv for its 200th Episode (#906) in 2003 and Guest starred in Season 10 (#1005, 2004) where he reprised his impression Kenny Rogers.

Where are they now?
As of Summer 2007, Will and a friend have created a new film company, "Lord Mucker Entertainment". Their first film, "For Christ's Sakes", is currently shooting. It features MADtv's Alex Borstein.

Television - Starring Roles:Television - Guest Roles:Film - Starring Roles:
  • <none at this time>
Film - Supporting Roles:Other Credits:
  • <none at this time>
Fun Facts:
  • Will graduated from Delta Secondary, Delta B.C. Canada in 1993.
  • Will lost 200 pounds between Spring 1999 and Spring 2000.
  • Will is an avid pro-wrestling fan.
  • Will can play the guitar, the piano, and the tub bass.
  • Will creates, edits, chops, and renders everything on HamFatter.com.
  • Will's hobbies include production & editing. He has engaged in these activities since he was a kid.
  • Will's interests include Canadian & American history.
  • Will visits his family and friends in Vancouver on a regular basis.
  • Will is the youngest person hired as a regular in MADtv history.
  • Will defeated Bret "The Hitman" Hart in an arm wrestling grudge match on MADtv.
  • Will's parents, Anna & Antonio, appeared in Episode #522's closing.
  • "The Gesture" Will does at the end of every MADtv episode is his ode to his friends back in Ladner. It symbolizes the Magic Circle which was formed by the cast & crew before every high school play; they would hold hands, have a peaceful moment, concentrate, and at the end of it, everyone would shake and say "Good Show".
  • Will impersonated Stone Cold Steve Austin live on WWE Smackdown back in February 2002, resulting in a Stone Cold Stunner from the real Stone Cold.
  • Will enjoys hiking and grilling (in that order), home improvement, and playing mind-rotting video games.
  • Will once ate an entire smoked salmon in 10 minutes.
  • Will played the record executive in Sum 41's video "Still Waiting" who convinces the band to change their name to The Sums and pressures the lead singer into smoking.
Famous Catch-Phrases:
  • "Hi, I'm Kenny Rogers!" --Kenny Rogers
  • "WHAT THE!?" --Lt. Tiny Malone (Rocket Revengers)
  • "That's my little sister. She's a pest." --Will (Will's Little Sister)
  • "Poco Loco make wee-wee now!" --Poco Loco (Buenos Dias, San Diego)
  • "Poco Loco so sorry!" --Poco Loco (Buenos Dias, San Diego)
  • "You are the love of my life." --Michael McLoud
  • "You are the one that I love." --Michael McLoud
  • "This is the land that I love." --Michael McLoud
  • "You're a scumbag!" --Steven Seagal
  • "Gee whiz!" --Steven Seagal
  • "HOLY MACARONI!" --Fred Durst
  • "Where's the Gabbagool?" --Tony Soprano
  • "Hot English muffin!?" --Professor Gigglepepper
Memorable Quotes:
  • <none at this time>
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Born to Italian immigrants in the suburbs of Vancouver, Canada, Will Sasso grew up loving sketch comedy, thanks in part to an older brother who allowed him to stay up past his bedtime, encouraging him to watch SCTV, Saturday Night Live and Monty Python's Flying Circus. With his mind thus warped, Sasso decided at an early age to become a comedic actor. At 15 he snagged his first agent and began to land roles in television and film. By the time he moved to Los Angeles at age 21, he had starred in five seasons on the gritty Canadian drama, Madison, which won over 40 international awards and allowed him to hone his acting and improvisational skills as the quirky but down to earth Derek Wakaluk.

Sasso starred for five seasons on the hit sketch comedy show Mad TV. As one of its most featured members, he kept audiences entertained with an extensive variety of characters and sketch concepts, among these his offbeat caricatures of Bill Clinton, Arnold Schwarzenneger, Robert DeNiro, Steven Seagal, Randy Newman and Kenny Rogers, as well as the accident prone handyman, Paul Timberman his own creation. After a successful tenure with the show, which had begun in 1997, Sasso decided to leave the Saturday night staple in 2002 to expand the scope of his unique brand of comedy.

Moviegoers remember Sasso from his roles in over twenty five feature films, including Best in Show, Drop Dead Gorgeous and Beverly Hills Ninja. More recently he completed work on A Mighty Wind, Bad Boy and The Hot Chick.

Sasso has added a couple more accolades to his career with a television development deal at Disney's Touchstone Television for ABC and a feature film deal to write, produce and star in his own cinematic vehicle for Radar Pictures, entitled Box Office Gross. In his spare time, Sasso likes to return home to Vancouver to visit with his close-knit family and lifelong friends. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
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thanks mad dog! september - january are my very very very busy months at work...i do pop onto the site and read posts occasionally but haven't had anything to say since i don't watch the show that much anymore...i know i know i miss will and alex and nicole !!! but now that the repeats are on tv again and work has calmed down, i'll try to get back into the show - i promise!!
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OMG !! i LUVVVVVVVVVVV will when he was playin drunk kenny rogers i LOVE when kenny was doing jackass!!! but my favorite will sketch is when he does Lance Bass lmaoooooo that is the funniest thing the way he just smiles at you and never blinks and then he trys to say black slangs like "Dope Diggidy Fresh"

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Birth Place
Ladner, British Columbia

More Than Perfect
Sasso is currently starring in TV's, "Less Than Perfect." "I love it here. I really, really honestly love it here and I know it's hard to believe anything that I say or that I'm ever being sincere," he says. "But, this is me being sincere. It's the truth."

He's Mad!
Sasso starred on TV's sketch-comedy show "Mad TV" for five seasons. "There's no better training ground for everything you could encounter professionally, personally and artistically for show business than 'Mad TV,'" he says. "It's such a storm of activities on such a cool show to have been a part of for so long."

Identity Overload
While working on "Mad TV," Sasso portrayed a variety of different characters: "You don't even know who you are after a while," he says. Now, Sasso enjoys focusing his attention on just on character, the hilarious next-door neighbour on "Less Than Perfect." "It's really great to be able to play one character," he says.

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The British Columbia native comes from an Italian family. His interest in sketch comedy began at a young age, courtesy of his brother who let him stay up past his bedtime and encouraged him to watch shows like "Saturday Night Live." Sasso managed to find an agent at the age of 15 and by the age of 21, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. He still lives in L.A.

Future Plans
Sasso has a feature film deal to write, produce and star in his own film called "Box Office Gross."

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Will's acting credits:

Film:

2002 - The Hot Chick

2002 - Bad Boy

2000 - Best In Show

1999 - Drop Dead Gorgeous

1998 - Brown's Requiem

1997 - The Sixth Man

1997 - Beverly Hills Ninja

1996 - Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco

1996 - Happy Gilmore

1995 - Malicious

1995 - Ski School II

1995 - Magic in the Water

1994 - Ernest Goes To School

Television:

2002 - Less Than Perfect

1997 - Mad TV

1997 - Dad's Week Off

1996 - Annie O

1996 - Susie Q

1996 - Doctor Who

1996 - Heck's Way Home

1993 - Madison

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AMERICAN RHAPSODY.(Review) (audiobook review)



Publishers Weekly; 9/4/2000

JOE ESZTERHAS. READ BY THE AUTHOR, EDWARD ASNER, DAVID DUKES, MELISSA GILBERT, ARTE JOHNSON, BILL MAHER, DEBORAH RAFFIN, SUSAN RUTTAN AND WILL SASSO. New Millennium. Four cassettes, 6 hrs., $25 ISBN 1893224-31-7

* With its hilarious, first-person "confessionals" of political figures, Eszterhas's rollicking, novelized memoir translates superbly to audio. Maher gives a spot-on performance as a tormented Ken Starr, drawn into a pornographic obsession with Bill Clinton's kinky sex life even as he rails against it, and returns at the end of the audio as Willard, Clinton's sexual organ. Dukes shows great range in three roles: as sympathetic Al Gore, as Bob Dole describing his failed campaign and as a tough'n'mean George W. Bush. Will Sasso is perfect as a petulant, childish Clinton while Raffin portrays a bitter Hillary Clinton. Mixed in with these monologues are entertaining anecdotes about the author's life as a Hollywood screenwriter. Eszterhas's grizzled voice takes some getting used to, but his analysis of Clinton's image is insightful. Baby Boomers, he says, were initially delighted to have one of their own in the White House, until he became an embarrassing reminder of their past--a past that these now middle-aged p arents would rather disown. Simultaneous release with the Knopf hardcover (Forecasts, July 17). (July)

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People Weekly; 6/7/1999

MAD TV FOX (Fridays, 9 p.m. ET; Saturdays, 11 p.m. ET)

It would be easy to dismiss this late-night comedy show, which just ended its fourth season, as the poor man's Saturday Night Live. But basically MAD TV has everything SNL has--the virtues and the defects. Those traits will be on display twice weekly in rerun season, as FOX adds a prime-time airing starting June 4.

Like SNL, MAD TV earns the most laughs when mining the rich territory of pop-culture parody. Witness cast member Will Sasso's well-done portrayals of Randy Newman (churning out disposable movie music) and Drew Carey (chuckling his way through some underwhelming improv in a spoof of Whose Line Is It Anyway?). Sad to say, the FOX alternative also resembles the NBC perennial in its policy of putting recurring characters through the same tired paces. I could barely sit through one sketch featuring Michael McDonald as a moronic child with the body of a tall adult.

If you're a loyal customer of brand-name SNL, summer could be a good time to sample the competition. On the whole, it's not a bad product. Bottom Line: There's some method in this madness


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Flashes: special edition WHAT WAS THE FIRST R-RATED MOVIE YOU SAW?(News & Notes)



Entertainment Weekly; 8/6/1999

--OLIVER PLATT "The Last Picture Show. My mother took us because it was an art film. It was weird to get my first glance at breasts sitting next to my mom."

--MINDY STERLING (Austin Powers 2) "The Graduate. It was a huge turn-on. I don't remember if I went with my family. Yuck, I hope not. That would spoil it for me."

--THOMAS GIBSON (Dharma & Greg) "I snuck out of the house at night to see The Graduate. I've come out relatively unscathed."

--TORI SPELLING "My aunt took me to see Saturday Night Fever. I remember it had a bad word in it that I'd never heard before. So afterwards I said, 'Aunt Renee, what's a p---y?'"

--MARY STUART MASTERSON "Saturday Night Fever. I must have been 12. I remember the part where John Travolta's in the backseat of the car with a girl, and a condom comes out. I was like, 'Wow! They're going to show that?!'"

--WILL SASSO (Drop Dead Gorgeous) "Down and Out in Beverly Hills when I was 12. My mom took me. It was embarrassing when Richard Dreyfuss and the maid had that whole sex thing going on."

--TODD FIELD (Eyes Wide Shut) "Super Chicks at the drive-in. My brother and I watched it through the Cyclone fence because my parents wouldn't let us go. We couldn't even hear it."

--TRACI BINGHAM (Baywatch) "I'm the youngest of seven, so I got snuck in to everything. I got really freaked out by The Kentucky Fried Movie. There was a lot of sex. It's probably why I'm such an exhibitionist."

--BEVERLEY MITCHELL (7th Heaven) "It was called Skin Deep and I was 8. It was all about sex. My parents took me and had no idea what it was about. I was so bored. I spent the whole movie staring at my popcorn."

--DINA MEYER "The Van. I was about 5 or 6, visiting my divorced dad on the weekend. It was this T&A kind of thing, and there was a van that had a water bed in it and went around town and got a lot of play. I was like, 'Huh, what's that all about?'"

--JAMIE LUNER (Melrose Place) "Porky's. I went with my friends to a drive-in. It was shocking and stimulating. It was that time when you start to look at guys differently."

--MATTHEW LILLARD (She's All That) "When I was a kid, we had the old pay-TV where you had to have a key to turn on the R-rated movies. I used to sneak up behind my grandfather, who'd fall asleep by the TV, to see if I could see boobs."

--CAREY LOWELL "When I was 9 or 10, my grandfather took us to Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. That didn't go over well at all with my parents."

--MARIA BELLO (ER) "Little Darlings. I was 12 and I just walked right in, unescorted. I was so excited, I wanted to be Kristy McNichol."

--STEVE GUTTENBERG "Amarcord by Federico Fellini. I didn't think it deserved an R rating. The board probably didn't even watch it because it was foreign."

--VINCE VAUGHN "I had two older sisters, so I watched R-rated films at a very young age. I saw The Godfather when I was 6."

--TARA REID (American Pie) "The Shining. I was terrified and had to sleep in my parents' bed for months. It's affected me to this day."

--JAKE BUSEY (Enemy of the State) "Friday the 13th. I was 10 or 11. My parents didn't care about ratings. I remember my mom saying: 'I don't think you should see it, but if you really want to, go. But it's going to scare the s--- out of you.' We did. And it did."

--PETER FONDA "I pay no attention to ratings and I never told my kids what they could and couldn't see. I absolutely disagree with legislative morality no matter who is doing the legislation."

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random quote "An American Werewolf in London. I was 11 but somehow I got in. I didn't sleep for six weeks." --PETA WILSON (La Femme Nikita)

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'Mad' addition

Saturday night's perpetual underdog "MadTV" is coming to Comedy Central.

The late-night sketch show rarely grabs headlines as NBC's venerable "Saturday Night Live" routinely does.

Nor do its graduates go on to feature-film stardom.

So far, the best its alumni have obtained are occasional cameos in movies or smaller roles in television series. Former sketch player Will Sasso, for instance, co-stars on ABC's "Less Than Perfect."

Still, perseverance must count for something, and the oft-maligned show celebrated its 200th episode last month.

Some of the more noteworthy "MadTV" graduates include Orlando Jones (who co-starred in the film "Drumline" and briefly hosted a short-lived talk show on FX last summer) and Artie Lange, a portly comic who replaced Jackie "the Jokeman" Martling as "The Howard Stern Show's" resident sidekick and also had small roles in the films "Elf" and "Old School."

In any given season, it takes a bit of fortitude to sit through an entire "MadTV" episode. Like "SNL," it occasionally hits comic pay dirt, particularly with its movie spoofs.

Perhaps the show's finest hour came with a sendup of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" as interpreted by director Martin Scorsese, film's reigning aesthete of violence.

Comedy Central's repeats of "MadTV" will air at 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays on the cable network beginning Jan. 6.

The network also will serve up a 13-hour "MadTV" marathon starting at 8 a.m. on New Year's Day.

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Just wanted to say something about Will's sketches. I have to say that he is incredible. I especially loved it when he played Kenny Rogers. My favorite is the Jackass one. I crack up everytime! It was nice that they did an encore of it on last night's episode. Does anone know why he left? I don't know why and I've been trying to figure it out, maybe he just wanted to move on to bigger and better things, right? Well that's all.

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"The King Is Back", Episode #70408.
Rembrandt plans to assume the life of his double, the king of rock 'n' roll, on an Earth where the Sliders are treated like royalty.

Cast: Jerry O'Connell, John Rhys-Davies, Sabrina Lloyd, Cleavant Derricks, Clinton Derricks-Carroll, Janice Kent, Richard Ihara, Nicholas Harrison,William Sasso , Chick McCann, Michelle T. Carter, Elena Del Rubio, Eadie Del Rubio, Milly Del Rubio.
Director(s): Vern Gillum.
Producer(s): Leslie Belzberg, John Landis, Robert K. Weiss, Tracy Torme, Steven Ecclesine.
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I saw the first episode of season 2 of Less Than Perfect... was that his first episode? Anyway, he was hilarious. I'm definitely going to keep watching that.

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I saw the first episode of season 2 of Less Than Perfect... was that his first episode? Anyway, he was hilarious. I'm definitely going to keep watching that.
Nah he was on last season as well, he didnt appear that much though (from what i saw which wasnt really that much anyway lol). Damn i missed it tonight sounded good.

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Will was in two episodes for the first season of Less Than Perfect. "the Breakup" and "Save the squirrel but bet the Over,under" (r something along those lines)
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I was just reading the schedule, and it said that Will will only be 29 next month or the month after that. If it's true, he's alot like Aries in that he looks and act alot older than he really is. He would have been 22-24 when he joined the show

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Yeah he's 28 but I can't find his birthday anywhere. I was surprised when I found out how old he was too. Do you think he might have been the youngest cast member?
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