Josh 'Shai' Steinberger

former assistant at the William Morris Agency

Guest

2004 Harvard graduate who was an assistant at the William Morris Agency for more than two years.  He quit last month to write and produce and pursue stand-up. His good-bye e-mail to the agency made the headlines.

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An Assistant Says Goodbye, Part II; 'The Inkwell' Incident

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