Adam McKay wrote and directed Anchorman and Talladega Nights. He's currently finishing his newest movie Step Brothers. McKay also co-founded the website Funny or Die with Will Ferrell and Chris Henchy. Adam wrote for Saturday Night Live in the nineties and was head writer for three years. Before all that he was a member of The Second City and IO Theaters in Chicago and was one of the founding members of the Upright Citizens Brigade. Adam also wrote for Michael Moore's the Awful Truth and played off guard for the Atlanta Hawks from 1988-92. He currently resides in Morocco where he is working on his newest novel, the novelization of No Reservations.