STEVEN ALAN GREEN, founder and President of The Laughter Foundation, was once told by Jerry Lewis, “I eat people like you for breakfast!,” launching Steven’s highly acclaimed, funny, autobiographical one-man show of the same name (Top 5 Pick, The Guardian; was listed as one of the best shows in the United Kingdom.) As a filmmaker, Steven wrote and directed the quirky comedy short, “Little Things,” about a bomb-disposal agent with OCD. Steven created and produces “High On Laughter,” an annual comedy charity show for a drug & alcohol charity launched by Princess Diana. HOL was filmed at the London Palladium, featuring the best of British and American comedians and broadcast on Bravo UK. Steven is a working voice-over actor, storyteller and singer/songwriter, and hosted The South Park Weekend for Comedy Central UK. In 2010, he co-starred in the UK pilot, “May Contain Nuts,” as Jaunty, the gay husband/producer of Ab-Fab semi-regular Helen Lederer’s fake TV chef.
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