Paul Vogt is currently starring in the Broadway Production of Hairspray as Edna Turnblad at the Neil Simon Theatre. He made his first appearance on January 30th, 2007.
He is the founder and director of The Paul Vogt Improv Group which had appearances at Civic Theatre of Central Florida and the Disney Institute.
In 2005, he voiced numerous characters in the film Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch.
In 2006, he did a voice over for a special on E! about Celebrity Siblings.
He hosted the 2003 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards along with the rest of the cast from MadTV.
He was cast on The Rerun Show and MadTV by David Salzman.
He left MadTV at the end of the tenth season after his contract expired. He would have stayed, but he had trouble with salary negotiations.
Due to his numerous appearances as gay and feminine characters on MadTV, he has had to defend his sexuality, revealing that he is indeed straight.
He was the oldest new cast member in the history of MadTV.
His best celebrity impersonations on MadTV have included Charlotte Rae, Dick Cheney, James Lipton, and Richard Simmons.
In 2006, he starred in the New England premiere of Hairspray as Edna Turnblad.
In 2004, he had a brief appearance in the film Raising Helen.
He often makes guest appearances on shows with his twin brother, Peter Allen Vogt.
He appeared in Happy Days: The Musical as Jimbo Milachi. He performed at the Falcon Theatre.
He has been cast in several stage and film productions by Garry Marshall.
He has a very close relationship with fellow MadTV cast member, Mo Collins.
He once worked as an entertainer at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
He has received critical acclaim for his Shakespearean roles at the Orlando Shakespeare Festival.
He made his opera debut at the LA Opera in September 2005.
He has an identical twin brother named Peter Allen Vogt. They were both discovered in Florida, and were immediately cast in the series Maximum Bob.
He lives in Los Angeles, California.