Who is Steven Alan Green?    

Comedian Steven Alan Green is an entertainment polymath who takes on every creative venture with enthusiasm, professionalism, and imagination. Starting as a professional TV actor at age 5 (he played a kid); Steven is an innovative improvising stand-up comedian who has headlined all across North America, the UK and Western Europe. He has been on television a half a dozen times, including hosting “South Park Weekend” for Comedy Central UK and Conan. His legendary one-man show “I Eat People Like YOU for Breakfast!” garnered great reviews nationwide in the UK and is currently in development as a feature Hollywood film with an Oscar winning producer.

As a writer Steven has written comedy material for Roseanne Barr, Jay Leno, Jimmie Walker and many others. His popular blog “Enjoy the Veal” for the Jewish Journal online explores his weird and interesting life and reviews stand-up comedy as an art- form. His pod-casts are always surprising and provocative. His comedic and serious film acting is on a par of its own.

Steven is the founder of The Laughter Foundation, a new 501 (c)3 (in development), helps comedians in need and whose long-term goal is to build a world-class museum to study and exhibit the art, history and science of stand-up comedy. The Comedy Museum.

To supplement a living (as well as to have fun) Steven is also a professional Uber and Lyft driver. Each ride is like a rolling comedy talk show.