American actor Ralph Garman is most readily identified as the host who presented the reality-TV parody "The Joe Schmo Show." Garman started his screen career during the late 1980s, appearing in bit parts on an "ABC Afterschool Special" and, later, episodes of "Doogie Howser, M.D." and "Charmed." He was featured on numerous episodes of the cop drama "NYPD Blue," and found his most renowned part portraying the obnoxious host of the reality-TV parody "The Joe Schmo Show" during 2003 and '04. Garman has done considerable work on various animated series, lending his voice to "Digimon: The Movie" and the Seth McFarlane cartoons "American Dad!," "The Cleveland Show," and, most extensively, "Family Guy." Appearing in small parts in the films "Two for the Money" and "Eagle Eye," Garman also guest-starred on episodes of the quirky comedy series "10 Items or Less" and had a significant role in the made-for-TV monster movie "Sharktopus."