Actor and comedian Steve Agee was born on February 26, 1969 in Riverside, California. Other than acting, he is also a writer, responsible for episodes of the series Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Andy Milonakis Show. In 2000, he worked on The Bogus Witch Project for television. For the comedy-horror endeavor, he became a director, producer and composer at once. This enabled him to work with Pauly Shore, Michael Ian Black, Hyla Matthews, Frank Cassini and several other actors.
Though Agee is best known for his role on The Sarah Silverman Program, he has had a number of guest apperances on other TV shows as well. In 2003, he was seen on the series Computerman. She worked once more with comedienne Sarah Silverman on her feature film, Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic. In 2005, Agee portrayed the character Steve Porcaro in Yacht Rock. He appeared in two episodes of the short comedy, working with David B. Lyons, Hunter Stair and ‘Hollywood’ Steve Huey. Agee next appeared on the 2006 romantic comedy Stay, written and directed by Bob Goldthwait. His other projects include Chad Vader, Videogame Theater, and Derek and Simon: The Show. Since 2007, he rose to fame playing the supporting role of Steve Myron on The Sarah Silverman Program. His character is that of a gay man dating Brian. He is Sarah’s neighbor and friend who dislikes the sight of women in lingerie. He likes playing Halo 2 online and often comes off as annoying to strangers, thus he gets punched in the face by these people. He is also ironically nicknamed "Straight Steve".
Steve Agee has also made an appearance on the Wainy Days episode tiled “Wainy Nights.” After playing Trevor on that production, he moved on to take on a part in Kitten vs. Newborn. He lent his voice there, playing the Voice of Doom for the episode “An Unfortunate Honesty.”
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