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Winslow P. Schott
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Winslow P. Schott
Aliases: Toyman
Winslow Schott
Series: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
Gender: Male
Notability: Antagonist
Occupation: Inventor
Location: Metropolis
Status: Alive
First: "Season's Greetings"
Final: "Toy Story"
Actor: Sherman Hemsley
Grant Shaud

Winslow P. Schott is a fictional toy maker and a minor antagonist featured on the ABC television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. He was originally played by actor Sherman Hemsley and introduced in the ninth episode of season two, "Season's Greetings". The character also appeared in the twenty-first episode of season four, "Toy Story", though this time he was portrayed by actor Grant Shaud.

Biography Edit

Winslow P. Schott was a former toy designer who had been fired from his job. Not willing to simply sit on his laurels, he did what any self-respecting disenfranchised toy enthusiast from a superhero TV series would do - he became a villain!

Schott designed a toy called Atomic Space Rats, which was being distributed through toy stores during the busy holiday shopping season. The toy released a chemical substance that caused all those exposed to it to mentally regress in age, taking on the behavior and maturity of a child. This condition quickly ran to epidemic proportions as the entire staff of the Daily Planet found themselves affected by Schott's toy - even Superman. [1]

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • The character of Winslow P. Schott was created by director Randy Zisk and teleplay writer Dean Cain.
  • The original comic book version of the character was created by writer Don Cameron and artist Ed Dobrotka and first appeared in Action Comics #64 in September, 1943.

Appearances Edit

  1. Lois & Clark: Season's Greetings
  2. Lois & Clark: Toy Story

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