Previously residing in a wide cross-section of the midwest, including a two-year stretch working overnights at a now-defunct news station in Minneapolis (and the less said about that, the better), former Nebraskan Adam Vogt finally found his way to Los Angeles in the middle of the last decade. Results were swift, within months, he was working such high-profile extra gigs as a comatose guy on House, Church and State Fair-goer on Arrested Development, and concerned hospital visitor on a range of medical programs. Actual dialogue came later in the form of a bad play at a black-box theater in Hollywood (again, the less said...) but that lead to joining the LA Connection Comedy Theatre (in a roundabout way), eventually working up to top drawer improv group Split Decision. Vogt also enjoys script writing and shooting comedy sketches, as well as playing the bass in various groups, and talking about ELO albums to anyone who will listen. He also has his own bowling ball.