Steven James “Steve” Zahn (pronounced /’z?:n/; born November 13, 1967) is an American comedian and film and stage actor. Zahn spent part of his childhood in Mankato, Minnesota, attending Kennedy Elementary School. Zahn appeared in several films in the mid-1990s, including Tom Hanks’ That Thing You Do. These films garnered him enough respect that he was offered the starring role in the critically acclaimed indie film Happy, Texas (1999). The track, “Shame, Shame, Shame”, highlights George W. Bush and the American government’s late, untimely, and unproductive response to the disastrous aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the city of New Orleans. Zahn is an avid fly fisherman, and he owns a farm in Georgetown, Kentucky. The two have a son, Henry James, born April 3, 2000 in New York, and a daughter, Audrey Clair, born April 25, 2002. Zahn is also a faithful University of Kentucky sports fan, often seen at games and events..