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by Steven Alan Green

May 1, 2012 | 11:50 am

Steven Alan Green is a New York born, Beverly Hills raised stand-up comedian, writer, actor/producer, podcaster, filmmaker.  "SAG" got his start in stand-up comedy at The Comedy Store in the 80’s heyday as one of the house emcee’s and gag writers, writing for the likes of Jay Leno, Arsenio Hall and Jimme “JJ” Walker. 

Moving to London, England 20 years ago, Steven created and produced “High On Laughter,” a comedy show series for a drug and alcohol charity launched by Princess Diana; HOL III took place at the London Palladium, starring Jerry Lewis, and was broadcast on Bravo UK. 

Steven is president & founder of The Laughter Foundation, an organization dedicated to comedians: Health Care for Comedians and The Comedy Museum are two of the foundation’s long-term goals. 

Steven hosted “The South Park Weekend” on Comedy Central UK and was “American Comedy Correspondent” for The Fred MacAuley Show on BBC 2 Radio Scotland. 

Steven was a finalist in the 1994 International Seattle Comedy Competition (they had a Canadian).

His infamous one-man show, “I Eat People Like YOU for Breakfast!” about his misadventures in London with Jerry Lewis was a hit at the 2003 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, later playing to high acclaim in London, New York and Los Angeles. 

Steven's London based dark comedy short film, Little Things, won high acclaim for his surreal comedy mix. 

Steven continues to chronical his crazy life, as well as review the live comedy scene for The Jewish Journal, in this here blog, Enjoy the Veal

Steven's new podcast, The Uber Show is all things Uber-great in life and includes Steven's life as an Uber driver. 

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Steven Alan Green is a New York born, Beverly Hills raised stand-up comedian, writer and Developmental Editor, who started at The Comedy Store in the 80’s heyday as one of...

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