Chris Elliott

Chris Elliott is an actor, comedian, writer, and author best known for his comedic sketches on Late Night With David Letterman, the cult comedy series Get A Life, his recurring roles on Everybody Loves Raymond and How I Met Your Mother, and his performances in films such as Cabin Boy, Scary Movie 2, Something About Mary, and Groundhog Day. Other feature films include the comedy-drama, Frat Star, the romantic mystery, Paper Anchor, and the comedy Better Off Single. Recently he can be seen in The Good Wife, Steven Soderbergh’s The Knick, and the last season of Nurse Jackie.

He currently stars in Schitt’s Creek, a single-cam half-hour comedy for CBC, opposite Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, and Dan Levy. Elliott plays Roland Schitt, the mayor of Schitt’s Creek.

Elliott is also the star of the Adult Swim series Eagleheart and has written four books, including the unauthorized autobiography, The Guy Under the Sheets. Elliott next appears in the Marc Lawrence romantic comedy, The Rewrite, opposite Hugh Grant. Elliott has won innumerable awards including four Primetime Emmy Awards for writing.  Most recently he won Best Supporting Actor at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards for his performance in Schitt’s Creek.