When Steve Brown takes the stage he amazes his audience with his witty remarks, extremely original jokes, and his high-energy physical antics. He is blazing a trail across the United States, headlining at major comedy clubs, performing at famous venues, and doing one of his most favorite jobs, hosting university events.
His excitement for performing at universities stems from his love for his alma mater, Stillman College. During his freshman year, Steve discovered his talent and began his career as a comedian. He continued to work towards mastering his craft throughout his collegiate stint, and after the completion of his Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications he began to pursue comedy as a professional career. Steve is also a distinguished gentleman of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. Through diligence, persistence, and patience his career has landed him appearances on nationally televised shows.
Steve Brown was born in Detroit, Michigan, but was raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama where a lot of his comedic material was derived from. He enjoyed a spiritual upbringing as a result of being raised in the church by his grandparents. This rearing explains why some of his funniest comedic material is derived from the church, and throughout the years he has continued to show his love for church congregations while on stage.
Steve’s act is unparalleled and dissimilar to any other comedians around. In addition to his powerful stage presence, Steve has also traveled and performed with the likes of J. Anthony Brown, Eddie Griffin, Martin Lawrence, Bill Bellamy, and Rickey Smiley. He has also worked along the sides of R&B artists, as well as some of today’s top Hip Hop artists during concerts and music videos. He is truly multifaceted while focusing on his main goal which is: “Making YOU laugh!”
When not on stage, Steve is appreciated as a single father of three young men, and two beautiful daughters. His involvement in the community is always expected and is never a funny matter to him. He coaches Little League teams, he has his own scholarship fund for college students, (Steve Brown scholarship fund) and still finds time to substitute teach in the Tuscaloosa County school system in the state of Alabama.