Steven Alan Green


Steven Alan Green is an accomplished actor, writer, comedian, voice-over artist, producer and director of stage, TV, and film. He's performed stand-up comedy for audiences in America, United Kingdom, and across Europe.

He has acted in television and films both in Hollywood and England.

Born in New York City and raised in Hollywood, California, USA, Steven became a comedian at the world famous Comedy Store in 1980s Hollywood, performing live alongside the likes of Jim Carrey, Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor, Jay Leno, and Conan O'Brien.

As a highly sought after comedy writer, Steven's writing credits include: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992), The Arsenio Hall Show (1989), Jimmie Walker, Tamayo Otsuki, Head Writer for "The Frazer Smith Show" on the former KMET FM radio station in Los Angeles, California, and a regular comedy contributor to the web site "" created by Phil Proctor .

In 2002, Steven created and produced the huge comedy charity show "High on Laughter" for the Palladium Theater in London, UK, to benefit Turning Point Scotland, the drug and alcohol rehabilitation charity launched by Princess Diana. "High on Laughter" featured (15) top stand-ups from America and the United Kingdom including Zach Galifianakis and Emo Philips, which was re-broadcast on the 'Bravo Networks [us]' for cable and satellite TV subscribers.

Topping that show bill was none other than American comedy icon Jerry Lewis, who, at the last minute, was unable to appear due to illness. That unexpected experience led to Steven's highly acclaimed autobiographical one-man comedy show "I Eat People Like You for Breakfast!" (Top 5 Pick of the Week, The Guardian) which received rave reviews and was a top pick at the 2003 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, UK. That led to a successful run at the New End Theatre in London, where it was listed by theater critics as one of the best live shows of 2003 in the United Kingdom.

As a filmmaker, Steven wrote and directed several quirky comedy short films and was the Managing Director, CEO, and President of Pandelic Films International, Inc., a UK/US joint-venture motion picture production company.

Steven is also a very busy voice-over artist and actor. His extraordinary voice talents has led to work for Comedy Central, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), and many corporate television commercial advertising campaigns, including the voice of Garmin Navigation and British Airways.

One of his memorable assignments for Comedy Central in 2004, Steven hosted the 3-day long "Extreme South Park Weekend" where (25) episodes of South Park (1997) were played end-to-end.

In 2009, Steven co-starred in "May Contain Nuts," a webisode series for Shimmer Productions in the UK, starring Absolutely Fabulous (1992) regular Helen Lederer.

In addition, Steven has written two novels along with having written and co-written several screenplays and projects with Oscar, BAFTA, Golden Globe, and Emmy Award winning writers and producers.

Most recently in 2010, Steven founded "The Laughter Foundation", a United States IRS Section 501(c)3 charitable and educational organization. The Laughter Foundation addresses the health and wellness needs of comedians, the comedy community, as well as "the serious world".

Actor ( 8 credits )

Railway Spine (2016) Albert Russi
Hail, Caesar! (2016) Israelite (uncredited)
Hey Monster, Hands Off My City (2014) News Reporter
Conan (2010)  Joey Clams, NAMM Dealer (archive footage) (1 episode,
Lucky You (2007) Himself (voice)
Melody's Her 2nd Name (2000) American TV network executive (uncredited)
It's Alive III: Island of the Alive (1987) Comic
Win, Lose or Draw (1987)  Himself - Guest (1 episode, 1987)

Writer ( 3 credits )

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) (312 episodes, 1992-1994)
The Arsenio Hall Show (1989) (103 episodes, 1989-1991)
The Joan Rivers Show (1989) (1 episode, 1989)