Greg Stevens is a young veteran in the world of stand-up comedy, quickly captivating audiences with his unique and energetic style. Born and raised in Washington, DC Greg has been performing at clubs and colleges all over the country.
Before attending The College of Southern Nevada and The University of the District of Columbia, Greg earned a certificate in Vocal Music from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts (Georgetown). Over the years Greg has opened and featured for national headliners such as Rickey Smiley, Pierre, Michael Coylar and Chris Thomas. Greg has also written material for headliner Reg ‚ÄúBro-Man‚Äù Ballard (TV‚Äôs Martin and Bernie Mac Show).
Greg blew audiences away as a featured act at the First Annual DC Comedy Fest in 2005. Greg extended his comedic talents to the world of radio, by being a frequent special guest host on the internet radio show ‚ÄúVegas Stand Up‚Äù (Broadcast on LVrocks.com).
Greg has also developed a love and passion for the world of cinema. In 2007, he landed a part in the dance sequel Step Up 2: The Streets. Greg struck a chord with director Alonzo Crawford, as he stared in his first leading role as a jazz musician in the drama ‚ÄúJake‚Äôs Wake‚Äù. Greg can be seen in various public access programs and commercials.
Greg has performed at various well known comedy clubs all over America such as the New York Improv, DC Improv, The Laugh Factory (LA), The Laugh House (Philadelphia), The Comedy Village (NYC), Caesars Palace (Las Vegas), Rascals (Baltimore), and The Virginia House of Comedy (Virginia Beach). Greg looks forward to making people laugh in the new millennium.
Greg’s first appearance on DC Comedy’s LYGO stage was at Flava on November 25, 2012.