One of Steve Coogan’s most famous characters is “Alan Partridge”, a personality that was first created on the radio program “On The Hour”, and later used in the TV program “The Day Today”, the talk show “Knowing Me, Knowing You… with Alan Partridge”, the sitcom “I’m Alan Partridge”, and an Alan Partridge movie that is unreleased. Other well-known characters of Steve Coogan’s are “Paul Calf”, who uses the trademark saying “Bag of shite.”, as well as Tommy Saxondale”, “Duncan Thicket”, and “Tony Ferrino”. The characters of Alan Partridge and other personalities are currently being performed in his 2008 stand-up comedy tour, “Steve Coogan is Alan Partridge and other less successful characters”.
Steven Coogan continues to do voice-over work, having participated in the cartoon series “I Am Not An Animal”, the comedy “Combat Sheep”, the character “Robbie the Reindeer” on Christmas specials, and the BBC Radio 4 program “Nebulous”. Steve Coogan himself has made appearances on a variety of television programs, including the role of a pilot in the “Little Britain” Christmas special, a guest appearance as a psychiatrist on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (2007), and a lead role in “Sunshine” (2008).