But when Steve had accumulated over a decade of experience as a top Navy trainer who could effortlessly make classrooms of people laugh...
He made the decision to launch a stand-up comedy career after returning to San Diego from sea duty in 1992 after Operation Desert Storm. A year later, he was the blowout winner of a military comedy competition at Camp Pendleton, the world’s largest Marine Corps base.
Almost overnight, Steve had a comedy routine powerful enough to entice large audiences to come and watch him perform. By 1995, Steve was frequently headlining stand-up comedy and concert venues in Southern California and the surrounding states, as well as entertaining corporate audiences with his clean style of stand-up comedy.
Now retired from both the Navy and stand-up comedy performances, Steve now focuses on yet another one of his passions -- training others how to command the stand-up comedy stage. He has written several extensive books on stand-up comedy that have been sold in over 20 countries and are available at his website KillerStandup.com.
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