Ian is a boy born to Robyn and Gary Bagg. As a young boy, he learned he had a gift. He never opened that gift... instead he embarked on a career of comedy that led him from his home town of Terrace, British Columbia to New York City. There, he made several appearances on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", HBO's "Louie Anderson's Comedy Showcase" and "Doctor Katz" on Comedy Central. He was also invited and performed at the Aspen Comedy Arts Festival and Montreal Just for Laughs.
In 2000, Ian moved to Los Angeles, but not before making his motion picture debut in the Tim Robbins project "The Cradle Will Rock". After making two more twelve thirty performances on "Late show with Craig Kilborn", Ian made his debut on "The Tonight Show". Auditioning for a small part in a film, Ian ended up working with director Robert Vince two years in a row in WBs "MVP2" and soon to be released by Miramax "MXP". Ian performs regularly in Los Angeles at "The Comedy & Magic Club" and "The Ice House". Non stop performing in clubs and colleges around America, his most exciting shows came this year when he performed for the Los Angeles Kings. He was then invited back and was the entertainment for the Los Angeles Kings Jason Allison Foundation benefit. The night was a success until Ian mentioned that he was a Vancouver Canucks fan.
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Added by thedcimprov on September 27, 2007