Steve Goodie
funny guy

Steve began his comedy career at the age of five, when he was requested for a command performance before England's highest dignitaries, juggling sixty-three watermelons while playing the trombone. From there, Steve went on to Kindergarten, where he majored in finger painting and graham cracker spitting.

At the age of nine, Steve got his first really big break in show business, headlining at Caesar's Palace with his Sabre-Tooth Walrus act, now legendary. Sid Caesar said of Steve, "What a geek." However, the commute to Las Vegas from Steve's hometown of Wilmette, Illinois, proved to be too much. At fifteen, Steve was learning how to play the guitar, and by age seventeen had gotten four of the strings on. In college, Steve formed a neo-punk bubble-fusion group called Imperial Trout Farm, which landed a record deal with a small but well-respected Cambodian label.

But 1995 found Steve floundering, unsure, and smelling pretty bad. His spirits were low, his health was failing, and his car was getting only four miles to the gallon. Steve heard the voices, and they were saying, "Get into comedy before you run out of gas money." In 1996 Steve moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he became a regular at Zanies. His bizarre humor kept the audiences begging for more liquor, which made the club owners grin. The road was calling, and Steve was ready to answer: "What? Are you talking to me?" he asked.

Road work paid. In 1997 Steve was ready to move on. He chose Los Angeles, having heard so many good things about the freeway system. Smoky nights at the Improv and feverish days contemplating homelessness started a fire in his creative soul. A quick dip in the pool took care of that. Irresistibly, Steve's dreams began to take shape. "Yup," he nods, "that's about right."

Showtime: The Areola
Featured performer, The Today Show, NBC
Short Attention Span Theater Bootcamp Special, Comedy Central
Charlie Daniels' Talent Roundup, TNN
Comic Relief, Nashville TN
Charlie Chase's Funny Business, TNN

Airplay of "You Stink, George W" on The Howard Stern Show 2004
Heavy rotation airplay of "Quidditch Ball Wizard" and "Harry's Wand" on XM-KiDS Satellite Radio 2001-present
Airplay of "Ned Beatty" on The 5 O'Clock Funnies, KLOS 95.5 Los Angeles 2001
Airplay of comedy songs on over 200 radio stations across the U.S. 1995-present
Regular syndicated airplay on The Dr. Demento Show 1999-present
Regular syndicated airplay on The Bob And Tom Show 2001-present
Regular syndicated airplay on The Rick And Bubba Show 2001-present
Regular syndicated airplay on The John Boy And Billy Show 2001-present

The Areola (Hog) - appearing on Showtime, Fall 2001
Cadmium Red Deep (Sid the Weasel-Boy)
The Pound Of Music (Larry the Annoying Musician)
("The Pound Of Music" was written, produced, and edited by Steve,
and premiered at the North By Northwest DV Short Festival)
The Adventures of Zoey (Director)
("The Adventures Of Zoey" was directed and edited by Steve, and was a finalist at the Telluride IndieFest 2004. Steve was awarded firtst runner-up for Best Director. Read a review

Winner, Comedy Central's Comedy Bootcamp Competition
Semi-Finalist, National Lampoon's Comedy Playoffs
Finalist, Johnnie Walker Comedy Search

The Improv, Los Angeles CA
Laugh Factory, Los Angeles CA
Comedy Store, Los Angeles CA
Zanies, Chicago IL
Headliners, Washington DC
Charlie Goodnights, Raleigh NC
Giggles, Seattle WA
Laffs, Albuquerque NM
Zanies, Nashville TN
Funny Business, Madison WI
Loonees, Colorado Springs CO
Comedy Zone, Knoxville TN
Looney Bin, Memphis TN
Comedy House, Little Rock AR
Comedy Cove, Phoenix AZ
Bonkerz, Ocala FL
Comedy Club, Huntsville AL
Bonkerz, Orlando FL
Headliners, Alexandria VA
Comedy House, Augusta GA
Comedy Catch, Chattanooga TN
Laffs, Tucson AZ
Laughs Unltd., Sacramento CA
Funny Bone, St. Louis MO
Comedy Zone Charlotte NC
Slapstix, Wichita KS
Club Comedy, Milwaukee WI
(among others)

Worked with: Charles Fleischer, Bobcat Goldthwait, Janeane Garafalo, Kevin Meany, Brian Regan, Rich Hall, Pam Stone, Margaret Smith, Richard Belzer, Willie Tyler and Lester, Gary Muledeer, Judy Tenuta, Jay Mohr

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