Kenneth "Kenny" Joel Hotz is a Canadian entertainer, South Park staff writer, "Kenny" of the Comedy Central television series Kenny vs. Spenny, creator of the FX series Testees, and Kenny Hotz's Triumph of the Will. He has received numerous international awards for his film, television, and digital content. Hotz is a former Vice host and contributor who began his career as a Gulf War photo-journalist and is the godson of folk singer Joni Mitchell. In 2013 he was awarded the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General of Canada.
|Born||Kenneth Joel Hotz, May 3, 1967, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Occupation||Actor, director, screenwriter, producer|
|Spouse(s)||Audrey Gair (2007–present)|
|Children||Winnie, Eden, and Cricket|
|Awards||Gemini Award and Canadian Comedy Award winner|
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Canadian actor, producer and writer best known as one of the stars of the popular Comedy Central show Kenny vs. Spenny. As a writer, he has contributed to a variety of shows, including South Park, Testees, and Triumph of the Will.
He graduated from Ryerson University in 1992 and wrote his first short film, titled It Don't Cost Nothin' to Say Good Morning, in 1994.
He worked as a photojournalist during the 1991 Gulf War and won awards for his work.
His mother is named Tzafi Hotz and has appeared on episodes of Kenny vs. Spenny.
He wrote, directed and starred in the 2004 mockumentary The Papal Chase, in which he desperately attempts to meet Pope John Paul II.
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Latest information about Kenny Hotz updated on May 07, 2021.