In his spare time, Carlos Jacott enjoys writing scripts.
While he was growing up, Carlos Jacott often saw comedic performers such as The Marx Brothers, Buster Keaton, and Laurel and Hardy on his family's old projector. Performers such as these are part of what inspired him to become a (primarily) comedic actor himself.
Carlos Jacott's first ever acting class was an improv class given at his school when he was thirteen years old
In every one of Joss Whedon's shows, Carlos Jacott played a character who had extremely harmful or deadly plans for one of the show's protagonists
Carlos: It's funny, I feel so much more like myself when I'm trying to do a comedy. For me, the comedy comes much more easily, but when it's a drama I furrow my brow a bit more and I speak a little bit more in a harsh tone.