Steve HarveyBroderick Stephen Harvey Sr. (born January 17, 1957) is an American television host, producer, actor, and comedian. He hosts ''The Steve Harvey Morning Show'', ''Family Feud'', ''Celebrity Family Feud,'' ''Family Feud Africa'', the arbitration-based court comedy ''Judge Steve Harvey,'' and he formerly hosted the Miss Universe competition. His accomplishments include seven Daytime Emmy Awards, two Marconi Awards, and fourteen NAACP Image Awards.
Harvey began his career as a stand-up comedian in the early 1980s, and later hosted ''Showtime at the Apollo'' and starred in the television sitcom ''The Steve Harvey Show'' on The WB. In 2000, he was featured in ''The Original Kings of Comedy'' after starring in the ''Kings of Comedy Tour''. His last standup show was in 2012. Additionally, Harvey is the host of both ''Family Feud'' and ''Celebrity Family Feud'', holding this role since 2010. He also hosted ''Little Big Shots'', ''Little Big Shots Forever Young'', and ''Steve Harvey's Funderdome''.
As an author, he has written four books, including his 2009 bestseller ''Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man''. In 2017, Harvey founded Steve Harvey Global, an entertainment company that houses his production company East 112 and various other ventures. He launched an African version of ''Family Feud'' and also invested in the HDNet takeover along with Anthem Sports and Entertainment. Harvey and his wife Marjorie are the founders of The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, a nonprofit organization focused on youth education. Provided by Wikipedia
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