Chip Pope is an accomplished comedian-actor-writer who also enjoys pancakes. He was one of the stars and writers for MTV's "Austin Stories," a television show that was acclaimed by the New York Times, USA Today, and TV Guide, although a dude who writes reviews for the Orlando Sentinel didn't much like it.
Chip has performed stand-up on NBC's "Late Friday" and Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," both of which his parents didn't watch.
He's appeared in the films "Clockstoppers" and "Simone," opposite Al Pacino, a lauded actor whose breath actually smells fine. He was cut out of the Jim Carrey movie "Man On The Moon." Snippety-Snip.
Chip's written, produced, and starred in TV pilots for HBO, ABC, FOX, Comedy Central, and NBC (who recently killed their 8PM programming. Yay!)
He most recently wrapped a stint as a panelist on VH-1's "SuperSecret Movie Rules." You didn't see it.
He appeared in a pilot this fall for the G4 network, which someone must watch. (The network, not the pilot.)
He also performs as legendary British 80's new waver R.O. Manse who has a CD coming out in the year 2008, if 2008 happens, and is, indeed, a year. myspace.com/romanse.