Steve Harvey, A homeless person’s miserable past
Steven Harvey, 63, is a multi-talented American media artist with the ability to host, radio broadcaster, comedian, and book writing. He has hosted The Steve Harvey Morning Show, Steve Harvey and Family Feud. He is the author of books like Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man published in March 2009, and the book Straight Talk, No Chaser: How to Find and Keep a Man.
Previously, Harvey hosted Showtime at the Apollo, The Steve Harvey Show, and especially The Original Kings of Comedy. He has won the Daytime Emmy 3 times, and 11 times the NAACP Image Award in various genres. Harvey appeared in many popular entertainment shows in North America and was known as “King of Comedy America”.
As a celebrity and famous as it is now, few know, Steve has had a difficult time in his life when he was homeless or had to sleep in the car, take a bath at the gas station or at a swimming pool.
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Broderick Steven Steve was born in Welch, West Virginia, on January 17, 1957. He is the youngest son in a family of 5 children. His parents were Eloise and Jesse Harvey. His father, a coal miner, died in 2000 of lung disease.
When Steve was a child, his family moved to Cleveland, where he graduated from Glenville High School in 1974 before returning home to attend West Virginia University. Few people know that, as a child, Harvey stammered. During an assignment in 6th grade, the boy Steve once wrote his dream of wanting to appear on TV.
After graduating, Steve spent his early 20s full of men doing odd jobs like an insurance salesman, postman, even planning to become a professional fighter – but still, he didn’t. to find anything that was truly tied to what he truly wished for.
It wasn’t until the first time standing on stage as a comedian in the late 80’s that Steve knew who he was.
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