Steve Harvey is the famous host of the “Steve Harvey Morning Show”, flagship program of Los Angeles radio on 100.3. He is also the host and executive producer of the Steve Harvey’s Big Time series, a talk-show variety show.
Steve Harvey Biography
His first prime time show was the comedy series “Me and the Boys”, which earned him a 1995 People’s Choice Award for Best Actor in a new television series. Star of the “Steve Harvey Show”, he won four NAACP Image Awards for best actor in a comedy series and one of the best variety series for It’s Showtime at the Apollo. In 2001, he elected Entertainer of the Year at the NAACP Image Awards.
The DVD of his two humorous specials, “HBO Comedy Half-Hour” and “Steve Harvey: One Man,” were platinum DVDs.
Steve Harvey Career
He has produced a musical album for MCA Records, “Sign of Things to come”, featuring Mary J. Blige, Carl Thomas, Dave Hollister and Yolanda Adams, among others.
It will found in JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION by Christopher Erskin, with Cedric the Entertainer. Troy Beyer’s LOVE DO NOT COST A THING and Jonathan Lynn’s THE FIGHTING TEMPTATIONS.
With his production partner, Rushion McDonald, he created the Hoodie Awards in 2001, which recognize local businesses, religious leaders, churches and high schools for their contribution to the lives of Los Angeles neighborhoods.
He has hosted events such as the Hoodie Awards, the Essence Awards, the BET Celebration of Gospel and the BET Awards
Steve Harvey Family
Father: Jesse Harvey, a coal miner.
Mother: Eloise Harvey (nee Vera)
Siblings: Brother named Terry Harvey and two sisters, whose names are Pauline and Mona.
Wife’s and kids: He currently married to Marjorie Harvey, and they have seven children from their previous wife’s.
Net worth estimated at $140 Million.