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The Grammy-nominated "King of Comedy,” STEVE HARVEY is the long-standing host of the syndicated #1 morning drive radio program (100.3 FM's "The Beat”) in Los Angeles. 2004 marks Harvey's first season as host and executive producer of The WB's new talk/variety show "Steve Harvey's Big Time.” He recently ended his seven-year run as host of "It's Showtime at the Apollo” and his six-year run on The WB's "The Steve Harvey Show.”

A native of Cleveland, Harvey's first primetime television venture was the comedy series "Me and the Boys,” which earned him a nomination for a 1995 People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series. As star of The WB's "The Steve Harvey Show,” he won four NAACP Image Awards as Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series, as well as one for Outstanding Variety Series for "It's Showtime at the Apollo.” In 2001, Harvey received the ultimate honor of his career when the NAACP Image Awards named him Entertainer of the Year, a title he still holds.

Harvey turned his two comedy specials, "HBO Comedy Half-Hour” and "Steve Harvey: One Man,” into a platinum-selling DVD. In 2002, he also produced and released a music CD for MCA Records called "Sign of Things to Come,” featuring Mary J. Blige, Carl Thomas, Dave Hollister, Angie Stone, Yolanda Adams, among others.

Harvey's feature film credits include the recent releases LOVE DON'T COST A THING and YOU GOT SERVED and a starring role opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. and Beyoncé Knowles in THE FIGHTING TEMPTATIONS.

In 2001, Harvey and producing partner Rushion McDonald created the Hoodie Awards, an annual awards show honoring local business establishments, religious leaders, churches and high schools for their contribution and excellence within various neighborhoods in greater Los Angeles. Additionally, Harvey has served as host of the Hoodie Awards, Essence Awards, B.E.T.'s Celebration of Gospel, and the B.E.T. Awards. He is also a national spokesperson for Burger King and GMC's Yukon Denali.

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