KENNY HOTZ is a producer, actor, writer, director, and comedian. Hotz created and starred in "Kenny vs. Spenny" in 2003 for USA Network, which was then picked up by CBC Television in Canada. The show was nominated for 8 Gemini awards, and eventually made it's way to Comedy Central. He created the sitcom "Testees" for FX in 2008, and produced and starred in "Kenny Hotz's Triumph of the Will" for Canada's Action network in 2011. His film work includes the documentary "Pitch," which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 1997, and 2004's "The Papal Chase," in which Hotz tries to meet Pope John Paul II. Along with Spencer Rice, Hotz embarked on the "Kenny vs. Spenny vs. Canada Comedy Tour." Hotz has also written for "South Park", and won in Vice Magazine's first annual Story Awards for his 2006 piece, "I Told My Friend He Had AIDS."