Prior to becoming host of the hit public radio quiz show “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me” in 1998, Peter Sagal had a varied career including stints as a playwright, screenwriter, stage director, actor, extra in a Michael Jackson video, travel writer, essayist, ghostwriter and staff writer for a motorcycle magazine. In its 17 years on the air, Wait Wait has become the most popular weekly show in public radio, with an audience of more than five million listeners. With the show, Peter has traveled all over the country, performing in venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Tanglewood, the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, Carnegie Hall, and Baltimore's Meyerhoff Hall as well as the Music Center at Strathmore. The show won the prestigious Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting in 2008. In 2007, Peter published his first book, The Book of Vice: Naughty Things and How to Do Them, a series of essays about bad behavior. In 2013, he hosted Constitution USA with Peter Sagal, a four-part documentary on PBS. He's also a columnist for Runner's World.