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Steve Harvey


Steve Harvey was born January 17, 1957 , he is 51. Harvey later moved to Cleveland, Ohio and graduated from Glenville High School in 1974. Steve Harvey had previously held jobs as both an insurance salesman and a boxer. Harvey has twin daughters, Karli and Brandi (born 1982) and a son, Steve Jr (born 1991), from his first marriage [1]. He has a son, Wynton (born 1997), with ex-wife Mary Lee Harvey. They divorced on 29 November 2007 after 17 years together and a 10-year marriage. Mary Harvey is suing Steve and attorney Anderson in Harris County District Court[2] over the divorce which gave Steve all property and businesses, and only $1,000 monthly for son, Wynton. He remarried for the third time on June 25, 2007 in Maui to Marjorie Bridges-Woods. She has a daughter, Morgan (1987) with Jonathan Boyd; and son, Jason (1992) and daughter, Lori (1997) with Donnell Woods. Harvey is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc and a born-again Christian.
Harvey began doing stand-up comedy in the mid-1980s, and was a finalist in Second Annual Johnnie Walker National Comedy Search in 1989, eventually leading to a long stint as host of It's Showtime at the Apollo, succeeding Mark Curry in that role. His success as a stand-up comedian led to a starring role on the ABC show, Me and the Boys in 1994. He would later star on the WB network show, The Steve Harvey Show, which ran from 1996 to 2002. While wildly popular in the African-American community (the show won multiple NAACP Image Awards), the show never achieved critical acclaim outside of the African-American community, a matter about which Harvey has often complained.
In 1997, Harvey continued his work in stand-up comedy, touring as one of the Kings of Comedy, along with Cedric the Entertainer, D.L. Hughley and Bernie Mac. The comedy act would later be put together into a film by Spike Lee called The Original Kings of Comedy. DVD sales of The Original Kings of Comedy and Don't Trip, He Ain't Through With Me Yet have increased Steve Harvey's popularity. Harvey released a hip hop and R&B audio CD on a record label he founded, and authored a book, Steve Harvey's Big Time. That title was also used as the name of Harvey's comedy and variety television show (later renamed Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge) which aired on The WB network from 2003 until 2005. Harvey also launched a clothing line which features the line of dress wear. In 2005 Steve Co stared with David Spade in the movie Racing Stripes.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show
The Steve Harvey Morning

Steve Harvey Morning Show logo
Genre
Comedy, Talk, Urban Adult Contemporary, R&B/Classic Soul
Running time
4 hours (approximately)
Country
United States
Home station
WBLS 107.5FM New York City
Syndicates
Premiere Radio Networks and Inner City Broadcasting Corporation
Starring
Steve Harvey, Shirley Strawberry, Carla Ferrell and Thomas "Nephew Tommy" Miles
Creators
Steve HarveyRushion McDonald
Air dates
September 2000 to Present
Opening theme
"Steve Harvey In The Morning" performed by Dave Hollister
Websitehttp://www.steveharvey.com/
Harvey is the host of his own morning radio show, The Steve Harvey Morning Show, which was originally syndicated under Radio One, Inc. broadcasting company, from September 2000 until May 2005. Ultimately, the show aired only in L.A. on KKBT, and in Dallas on KBFB, with Harvey splitting his time between the Dallas and L.A. studios. As a result, Harvey and Radio One decided to part ways shortly before his contract expired. In September 2005, Harvey signed a joint syndication deal with Premiere Radio Networks and Inner City Broadcasting Corporation for a new incarnation of "The Steve Harvey Morning Show"; the show is based out of WBLS in New York.

Steve Harvey Morning Show cities and affiliates




New York City, New York
WBLS
FM 107.5
Los Angeles, California
KDAY
FM 93.5
Chicago, Illinois
WGCI
FM 107.5
Dallas, Texas
KRNB
FM 105.7
Washington, D.C.
WHUR
FM 96.3
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WDAS
FM 105.3
Detroit, Michigan
WMXD
FM 92.3
Atlanta, Georgia
WAMJ
FM 102.5
Kansas City, Missouri
KPRS
FM 103.3
St. Louis, Missouri
KMJM
FM 104.9
Charlotte, North Carolina
WBAV
FM 101.9
Memphis, Tennessee
WRBO
FM 103.5
Tampa, Florida
WBTP
FM 95.7
Orlando, Florida
WJHM
FM 101.9
Tallahassee, Florida
WWLD
FM 102.3
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
WAMO
FM 106.7
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
WKKV
FM 100.7
Albany, Georgia
WMRZ
FM 98.1
Norfolk, Virginia
WVKL
FM 95.7
Birmingham, Alabama
WUHT
FM 107.7
Montgomery, Alabama
WZHT
FM 105.7
Little Rock, Arkansas
KHTE
FM 96.5
Columbus, Georgia
WAGH
FM 101.3
Charleston, South Carolina
WXST
FM 99.7
Columbia, South Carolina
WWDM
FM 101.3
Fayetteville, North Carolina
WCCG
FM 104.5
Shreveport, Louisiana
KDKS
FM 102.1
Savannah, Georgia
WTYB
FM 103.9
Tyler, Texas
KISX
FM 107.3
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
WQZZ
FM 104.3
Lake Charles, Louisiana
KJMH
FM 107.5
Macon, Georgia
WLZN
FM 92.3
Dothan, Alabama
WBBK
FM 93.1
Albany, Georgia
WMRZ
FM 98.1
Brunswick, Georgia
WBGA
FM 92.7
Greensboro, North Carolina
WMKS
FM 105.7
Augusta, Georgia
WPRW
FM 107.7
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
WPWZ
FM 95.5
Florence, South Carolina
WZTF
FM 102.9
New Orleans, Louisiana
WQUE
FM 93.3
Champaign, Illinois
WCZQ
FM 105.5
Richmond, Virginia
WBTJ
FM 106.5
Biloxi/Gulfport/Pascagoula, Mississippi
WQYZ
FM 92.5
Panama City, Florida
WEBZ
FM 99.3
Meridian, Mississippi
WHTU
FM 97.9
Greenwood/Greenville, Mississippi
WNLA
FM 105.5AM 1380
Nashville, Tennessee
WUBT
FM 101.7
Began in July 2007 for the new WUBT format
Killeen, Texas
KIIZ
FM 92.3
Miami, Florida
WMIB
FM 103.5
Jacksonville, Florida
WJBT
FM 93.3
Began in January 2008 for the new 93.3 The Beat
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
WQSD
FM 107.1
Scheduled to begin on February 18 as a part of the station's format change to Urban AC

In 2007, Harvey won the Syndicated Personality/Show of the Year award by Radio & Records magazine. Other finalists included Delilah, Blair Garner, Kidd Kraddick, The Lia Show, and John Tesh. [3]





















 Steve Harvey's ex-wife, Mary Harvey, released 2 sets of Youtube videos blasting the comedian about his mistresses--including his current wife Marjorie Harvey--and accused Steve of evicting her from their marital home and leaving her broke and homeless, Marjorie is now fighting back!
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