Currently a writer - andregular roundtable guest - on E! Entertainment's hit late night series,"Chelsea Lately", Wollack has also appeared as a guest on "The Tonight Showwith Jay Leno", as well as in a number of national commercials where he wasseen happily pitching products for companies he's even at odds withpolitically.
As a stand-up comedian, Wollack tours nationally with the ‘Comedians of ChelseaLately' and opens for the likes of Chelsea Handler and Kevin Nealon. He hasplayed the Hollywood Improv, the Laugh Factory, the Punch Line in San Franciscoand Sacramento, and at Caroline's, The Comic Strip and Gotham Comedy Club inNew York. Wollack used to have an alter-ego, Woody Wittman, the clueless hostof "The Hollywoody Show" on Comedy.com. "Woody" appeared on "The Tonight Showwith Jay Leno", hosted at HBO's "The Comedy Festival" in Las Vegas and hasamassed upwards of 3.5 million views as a regular feature on YouTube.
As a writer/producer, Wollack received a 2004 Emmy nomination for his work onthe "Wayne Brady Show." Additionally, he's written and produced for: MTV's "TheNew Tom Green Show", and "Parental Control"; FOX's "Jingle Ball Rock"; NBC's"Radio Music Awards"; Style's, "Foody Call"; the comedic "Frank's Picks"segment for the NFL on FOX Pre-Game Show - for which he garnered his secondEmmy nomination; and the 2005 E! Entertainment pilot, "That's So Hollywood" - aparody of entertainment magazine shows - which could've been great, but wasn't. In the past few years, Wollack served as the head writer and SupervisingProducer for the Fox Sports Net's comedy-sports talk show pilot, "RegularJoes", and was a writer-producer for the popular E! comedy series, "The ChelseaHandler Show", as well as the Simon Cowell/A. Smith & Co./FOXcollaboration, "Celebrity Duets".