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Steve Harvey Basic Information
|Stage Name:||Steve Harvey|
|Real Name:||Broderick Stephen Harvey|
|Occupation:||Television Host, Actor, Comedian, Author, Producer|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||January 17, 1957 (66) Years Old|
|Place of Birth:||Welch, West Virginia, U.S.|
Steve Harvey Biography
Broderick Stephen Harvey Sr., an American television host, producer, actor, and comedian, was born on January 17, 1957. He hosts the court comedy Judge Steve Harvey, the Family Feud series, Celebrity Family Feud, Family Feud Africa, the Steve Harvey Morning Show, and he previously presided over the Miss Universe pageant.
He has won fourteen NAACP Image Awards, two Marconi Awards, and seven Daytime Emmy Awards. Harvey established Steve Harvey Global, a media firm that contains his production company East 112 and a number of other projects, in 2017. He launched an African version of Family Feud and contributed to Anthem Sports and Entertainment’s acquisition of HDNet.
Harvey was born in the West Virginia town of Welch to parents Eloise Harvey and Jesse Harvey. Even though Steve’s family didn’t have much, their lives were rich with religion. Along with subsistence farming, Steve Harvey’s father worked as a coal miner, and his mother took care of the household.
Steve Harvey has two sisters, Pauline Harvey and Mona Harvey, as well as a brother named Terry Harvey.
Harvey has seven children—four biological and three step—from three different marriages. He has two daughters, Brandi and Karli, and a son, Broderick Harvey Jr., from his previous marriage to Marcia Harvey. Harvey has a son named Wynton from his second marriage to Mary Shackelford.
Harvey married Marjorie Bridges in June 2007, and he credits her with improving his life and making him a better man. All three of Marjorie Harvey’s children—Morgan, Jason, and Lori—were adopted by Steve.
The spouse of Steve is Marjorie Bridges. The two briefly dated after they met in 1990 at a comedy club, but the timing wasn’t right. Years later, Marjorie and Steve reconciled, and they got married in 2007. Their marriage resulted in the mixing of their individual families, which total seven kids.
The Family Feud presenter had been married twice before, but his connection to Marjorie is unlike anything he’s ever felt before. The foundation The Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation, which prioritizes youth education, was founded by him and his wife Marjorie.
While many sources estimate Steve Harvey’s net worth, the stunning $280 million figure seems to be the general opinion. Due to his wide range of abilities and endeavors, this astonishing figure places him among the greatest comedians and entertainers in the world.
According to DAX Street, a well-known Motor News Network, Steve Harvey has an incredible collection of luxury vehicles in his garage, including a Rolls Royce Phantom 8, a Bentley Mulsanne, a Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe, a Ford Edge, and a 1941 Cadillac Convertible.
Harvey reportedly has a number of pricey houses around the United States in addition to an incredible collection of cars. Marjorie and Harvey rented a mansion in a gated neighborhood on Beverly Hills. The pair apparently pays over $110,000 per month in rent, or a staggering $1.3 million per year, for the 12,000 square foot home that stands on a parcel of land that is over two acres.
The Harveys possess a number of properties in Georgia and Texas in addition to their home on the West Coast. In 2010, Steve paid $3.4 million for a 9000 square foot estate in Atlanta and an equally spectacular mansion on more than 4 acres of land outside of Dallas, Texas.
Steve most recently spent $15 million to buy a 35,000 square foot house in 2020 that is situated on 17 acres of land. Additionally, it is claimed that Steve Harvey possesses a fully customized private Gulfstream jet that cost him over $400,000 in total.
He is a four-time published author, with his most popular work, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, published in March 2009.
Early in the 1980s, Harvey started his career as a stand-up comic. He then hosted Showtime at the Apollo and featured in The Steve Harvey Show on The WB. He performed on the Kings of Comedy Tour before appearing in The Original Kings of Comedy in 2000. His latest performance was in 2012.
Additionally, since 2010, Harvey has served as the host of both Family Feud and Celebrity Family Feud. Additionally, he served as host of Steve Harvey’s Funderdome and Little Big Shots Forever Young.