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  • November 1999: Emceed National Book Award's 50th anniversary awards ceremony, NYC. Told audience: "Please keep your acceptance speeches short, especially if you don't win."
  • Comedy album: "Let's Get Small", 1977.
  • Comedy album: "A Wild and Crazy Guy", 1978.
  • Hit single, "King Tut", 1978.
  • Comedy album: "Comedy Is Not Pretty", 1979.
  • Comedy album: "The Steve Martin Brothers", 1982.
  • Book: "Cruel Shoes", 1979.
  • "Bob Hope Special, The" (1978)
  • "Paparazzi of Plato, The", satire in The New Yorker, 22 September 1997, p. 144.
  • Playwright: "Picasso at the Lapin Agile".
  • Nonfiction book: "Pure Drivel".
  • Book: "Shopgirl: A Novella"
  • Appeared (playing a banjo) in the music video for Earl Scruggs' "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" along with a number of other country, rock and jazz musicians.
  • Appeared in music video "Proof" by Paul Simon.
  • 2001: Played banjo on the album "Earl Scruggs and Friends".
  • Played in "Waiting for Godot" with Robin Williams.
  • TV commercial for Merrill Lynch (voice).
  • Fiction: "Daddy's First Viagra", "Playboy" (USA), January 1999, p.186-187.
  • Novel: "The Pleasure of My Company", 2003.
  • Playwright: "WASP", 1995.
  • Commentary, "A Few Words on the Passing of Dave Barry's Column," Published in The Washington Post, January 2, 2005, Page W12
  • Op-Ed Piece, "The Man in Front of the Curtain" (An appreciation of Johnny Carson), Published in The New York Times, January 25, 2005.
  • (1997) His play, "Picasso at the Lapin Agile", was performed at Fox Theatricals in Chicago, Illinois with Chad Suitts in the cast.
  • (2009) Album: "The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo"
  • (November 2010) Release of his book, "An Object of Beauty: A Novel".
  • (September 2010) Release of his book, "Late For School".
  • (2013) CD: "Love Has Come for You" with Edie Brickell.
  • (2007) Release of his book, "Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life".
  • (2012) Release of his book, "The Ten, Make That Nine, Habits of Very Organized People. Make That Ten: The Tweets of Steve Martin".
  • (1988) He acted in Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot," at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on Broadway in New York City with F. Murray Abraham, Robin Williams and Bill Irwin in the cast. Mike Nichols was director.
  • (November 26 to December 21, 2014) His play, "Picasso at the Lapin Agile," was performed Long Wharf Theatre at the Claire Tow Stage in the C. Newton Schenck III Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Gordon Edelstein was director. Michael Yeargan was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Donald Holder was lighting designer. David Budries was sound designer. Leah Loukas was hair and wig designer. Amy Stoller was dialect designer. Tim Acito was movement consultant. Rebecca C. Monroe was production stage manager. Amy Patricia Stern was assistant stage manager. James Calleri was casting director.
  • (October 16 to November 10, 2013) He adapted Carl Sternheim's play, "The Underpants," at the Long Wharf Theatre on Claire Tow Stage in the C. Newton Schenck III Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. Gordon Edelstein was director. Lee Savage was set designer. Jess Goldstein was costume designer. Robert Wierzel was lighting designer. David Brudries was sound designer. Charles Lapointe was hair and wig designer. Tim Acito was fight director. Melissa M. Spengler was production stage manager. Amy Patricia Stern and Kelly Hardy were assistant stage managers. James Calleri was casting director.
  • (June 1 to 5, 1999) His play, "Picasso at Lapin Agile," was performed in a Festival of Shorts (A Collection of Short Plays) Apprentice/Intern Company production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with the 1998-1999 Acting Apprentice Company in the cast. Sullivan Canaday White was director.
  • (October 2 to 27, 2007) He adapted Carl Sternheim's play, "The Underpants," in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Triney Sandoval (Theo Maske); Bethany Caputo (Louise Maske); Brandy Zarle (Gertrude Deuter); Jonathan Hammond (Frenk Versait); Tony Hoty (Klinglehoff); Michel Keyloun (Benjamin Cohen) and Anthony R. Haigh (A Friend) in the cast. B.J. Jones was director.

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