Steve first leapt on stage back in August 1998 and within 3 months had won himself the coveted North-West comedian of the year award after just 5 gigs.
A finalist of the BBC new comedy awards and Channel 4’s “So you think you’re funny” in the same year, Steve went on to headline all of the top comedy clubs in the UK including venues as far flung as Hong Kong and Australia.
With his ever-expanding reputation the demand for Steve has come from all different types of media outlets including Radio and Television.
With support slots with the likes of Johnny Vegas, Peter Kay and Lee Evans, Steve comes highly recommended from the heavy weights of comedy themselves.
Currently just off his recently successful “Hit the North” tour Steve has leapt back onto the comedy circuit with gusto. See him now before he gets too big.
Steve’s comedic ability comes from his flexibility and warm nature. Whether he’s dealing with hecklers or his mum has found out where he’s playing there’s always a level of warmth in his attack even if it is pre-emptive.
Whatever age or walk of life you’re from Steve has something for you, guaranteed to have you breathless with laughter, a master of the obvious and a Ninja of the not so obvious, you’ll be hit so hard by a punch line you won’t know where it’s come from.
His most obvious asset is his ability to get any audience on his side, a well-crafted act and a will and confidence to survive outside of it, is what sets Steve aside from many of his piers.
Film reviewer on Collins and Maconie’s movie club
The Loafers - BBC Choice
Wrote, directed and starred in ‘Mick’s Nuts’ a sketch show for MTV
Break-dancing security guard, The Ralf Little Show, BBC Choice
The Weakest Link with Anne Robinson (Entertainment special)
Made in Manchester – BBC 2
Wire FM - Presenter
Career Highlights to Date
1998 Northwest comedian of the year
1998 Comedian on ITV’s ‘Give your mate a break’ with Les Dennis
1998 Finalist of BBC new comedy awards
1998 Semi-Finalist of ‘So you think you’re funny’
1998 Film reviewer on ‘Collins and Maconie’s’ movie club
1998 Guest on ‘The Loafers’ BBC Choice
1998 Support for Peter Kay
1999 Warm-up for BBC’s ‘National Lottery’
1999 Co-wrote and presented ‘Made in Manchester’ for the BBC
1999 Support for Johnny Vegas (Numerous venues)
2000 Wrote, directed and starred in ‘Mick’s Nuts’ a sketch show for MTV
2001/2002/2004 The comedy tent at Leeds and Reading festivals
2002 A taxi driver in ‘The Bet’ a short movie for the BBC
2002 A Break-dancing security guard ‘The Ralf Little Show’ BBC Choice
31st Dec 2002 ‘The Weakest Link’ with Anne Robinson (Entertainment special)
Feb 2003 ‘Made in the Northwest’ (Stand-up)
May 2005 Support for Lee Evans
July 2005 Played “Weird Barman” in ‘Satan’s Hollow’ for Channel 4
Headliner at all of the UK’s top comedy venues
"Fancy dancing, quick one-liners and a surprisingly good singing voice"
- Daily Post
“Nobody has made rap this funny since Vanilla Ice”
“Steve Harris is a hip-hopping, gag-spinning bundle of joy, go see him now before he gets too big”
- City Life
“Quit simply, fantastically funny”
- BBC Website
- Daily Mai
“He’s Caustic and witty, a good all-rounder”
- The Guardian