Actor/writer/producer Steve Agee was a driving force in the creation of The Bogus Witch Project before his brief appearance in Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic led to a more substantial role in the comedienne's surprise Comedy Central hit The Sarah Silverman Program. In between those two projects, Agee kept busy by appearing in the short film Chad Vader, the Internet comedy series "Yacht Rock," and the Bob Goldthwait-directed comedy Sleeping Dogs Lie. Agee would continue appearing on screen in films like Super, and found success for a number of years as a writer on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Biography by Jason Buchanan
- Comedic influences include Bill Murray, Chris Elliott, John Ritter, "Weird Al" Yankovic and George Carlin.
- First album he ever bought was George Carlin's A Place for My Stuff.
- First went to Los Angeles in order to make it as a musician before moving into comedy.
- In April 2009, promised that if he reached 5,000 followers on his Twitter account he would read all of their names the following day on Ustream.tv (and he did).
- Worked for almost a decade on various reality-TV shows, including Joe Millionaire, The Osbournes and Temptation Island.
- Was a comedy writer for The Andy Milonakis Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
- Performed on the Crackpot Comedy Tour, which traveled the Pacific Northwest and appeared in people's houses.