Todd Oldham is one of the most beloved and mediagenic designers working today. Originally a couture fashion designer with several stores in New York, and a commentator on MTV's House of Style, Todd's career has evolved to include all areas of design, from film and photography to furniture and graphic art. Todd appears frequently as a consultant on NBC's Today, as well as on MTV's enormously popular Crib Crashers, for which Todd redesigns teenagers' homes in the likeness of their favorite stars' abode. Oldham designs his own line of dorm room furnishings for Target in addition to a line of furniture for La-Z-Boy, and he is currently developing a television series based on Handmade Modern. Most recently, he has become a contributing editor to ReadyMade magazine. He lives in New York City.Amy Sedaris was born on March 29, 1961 in Endicott, New York. She grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a television comedian and author. Her first foray into television began in 1995 on the Comedy Central sketch show Exit 57. In 1999 she began portraying Jerri Blank in the Comedy Central series Strangers with Candy. She has also made several guest appearances on TV shows such as rescue Me, Monk and The Closer. Amy Sedaris has co-authored the novel Wigfield with Paul Dinello and Stephen Colbert which was published in 2003. Starting in 2005 she began wrtiing a monthly advice column in The Believer. Her book I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence which was published in 2006 stayed on the New York Times best-seller list for over 12 weeks. Her latest book is Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People which was published in 2010 and has made the New York Times best seller list. Amy Sedaris has also co- authored several plays such as Stump the Host, stitches, and One Woman Shoe with her brother David Sedaris.
Stephen Colbert was born in Washington, D.C. on May 13, 1964 and grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. He is a published author, comedian, and television host who is well-known for his spin-off series of The Daily Show, The Colbert Report. In 1986, Colbert graduated with a theatre degree from Northwestern University. After graduation, he joined the Second City comedy improv troupe in Chicago. While there, he met Amy Sedaris and Paul Dinello with whom he developed the award-winning sketch comedy series Exit 57. In 1997, Colbert joined Comedy Central's The Daily Show where he was a correspondent and writer for eight years. He, along with the other writers of the Daily Show, received three Emmy Awards in 2004, 2005, and 2006. In 2005, he left The Daily Show and began hosting his own television show, The Colbert Report. He was nominated for three Emmys for The Colbert Report in 2006, and in 2008, he won the award as a writer for The Colbert Report. He is also the recipient of three Peabody Awards. Colbert is published author whose 2007 book, I Am America (And So Can You!) made number one on The New York Times Best Seller list. His 2012 title America Again: Re-Becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't: Now in 3-D High-Def Depthiness! also made the New York Times Best Seller List.