Scott Whyte a.k.a. Gunnar Stahl a.k.a. Scooter the Goalie talks becoming a cult hero, whether Gunnar missed on purpose

Released Thursday, 19th April 2018
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Scott Whyte joins the podcast to talke about how he went from a Slim Jim commercial with Macho Man Randy Savage to playing both Gunnar Stahl and Scooter the goalie. He explains learning an Icelandic accent, what he said to Jesse Hall, how he almost added "Crazy Dave" the comic relief guy to his roles in D3 and much, much more.
Show Notes
Thanks to Scott Whyte for being a true scholar and a gentleman. Follow him on Twitter and on Instagram and his YouTube channel.

Here's his IMDB. You've definitely heard his voice without realizing it.

Wayne Gretzky came to the Los Angeles Kings in 1988.

Here is Scott in the Slim Jim commericial. Check out those bangs:

Here he is in the Pop Tarts commerical. "Cool things happen in the morning with the warm taste of Kellog's Pop Tarts":

Here is Macho Man getting bitten by Jake The Snake Roberts' snake:

We talked with Jordan Kerner in Episode 55.

Scott Whyte, the original Eddie Murphy:

Here is "You lost it for yourself" and "Let's go shake their hands." Notice the difference in his dialect.

Scott lost the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor that year to Martin Landau in Ed Wood. (Other nominees included Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction and Gary Sinise in Forrest Gump.) Tom Hanks won best actor that year for Forrest Gump.

Thanks to Ben Young, Andy Tattersall and Kristian Garcia for the #QuackQuestion triple team via our Facebook page:

This could've gone differently:

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Duck call to Andy the Pitbull:

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