Steve Lee ( ( 1977-08-25 ) August 25, 1977 (age 40) )  is Bobby's brother. Much like Bobby his life was plagued with addiction and pain. Steven met esteemed underground artist David Choe and he loved Steve so much he brought him on David's famous podcast DVDASA (Double Vag Double Anal Sensitive Artist), a lifestyle, relationship and entertainment podcast with co-host Asa Akira . In 2014 David also started a punk band Mangchi which means ‘Hammer’ in Korean, with Steve Lee as the frontman.  In the band's lineup is featured appearance by David Choe, Steve Lee, Money Mark, Dylan Fujioka, Eddie Kim, Heather Leather, Gillian Rivers, Ceci Dee Cee, James Jean, Bobby Lee, Bobby Hundreds, Critter Fleming, Bill Poon, Bobby Trivia, Prince Paul, Charm Killings, Desirée Elyda, Asa Akira, James Jean, Daniel Wu & Die Antwoord .  Inspired by his brother Steve also started a podcast called The Steebee Weebee Show. In an interview with Asa Akira Steve says that he makes enough money with his podcast to pay his rent. 
Key was one of the founders of Hamtramck, Michigan 's Planet Ant Theatre , and was a member of the Second City Detroit 's mainstage cast before joining the Second City . theater in Chicago . Key co-founded the Detroit Creativity Project along with Beth Hagenlocker, Marc Evan Jackson , Margaret Edwartowski, and Larry Joe Campbell .  The Detroit Creativity Project teaches students in Detroit improvisation as a way to improve their communication skills. Key performed with The 313, an improv group formed with other members of Second City Hollywood that appears around the country.   The 313 is made up primarily of former Detroit residents and named for Detroit's area code.  Key also hosted Animal Planet 's The Planet's Funniest Animals .