Steve Harvey began doing stand-up comedy in the mid-1980s, which eventually led to a long stint as host of "It's Showtime at the Apollo". His success as a stand-up comedian led to multiple TV sitcoms, including: "Me and The Boys" on ABC from 1994-1995, "The Steve Harvey Show" on the WB from 1996-2002 and "Steve Harvey Big Time Challenge" on the WB from 2003-2005.
Throughout his television success, Harvey never lost sight of his true passion for stand-up comedy. In 1997 he continued touring as one of the Kings of Comedy alongside Cedric The Entertainer, the late Bernie Mac and D.L. Hughley. The immediate success of the tour led to the taping of one of the most successful comedy DVDs in history - "The Original Kings of Comedy" directed by Spike Lee.
Currently Harvey hosts the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show, which airs in over 64 markets and has over 7 million listeners from 6-10 AM EST.
Be sure to listen to Steve's 12 minute daily inspiration at steveharvey.com. It is available to be purchased via mp3 download for 99 cents, where all funds go to the growing Steve Harvey Mentoring Weekend for young men, which is a life changing program.
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